The Tree-Ring Society is an international scientific association dedicated to tree-ring research and education.
Goals of the Society are:
The Tree-Ring Society offers a multiple membership levels. This includes 50% discount on membership fees to students, retirees, and colleagues in lower-income countries with the same rights and privileges as full-rate members. This list of countries is defined as any lower income category (any below "high"); see the World Bank income classifications current as of July 2016.
Our journal Tree-Ring Research is in digital-only format. Members have full password access to all articles. Please visit the journal pages and consider submitting your tree-ring related papers. We offer authors an open-access option.
High resolution versions of past issues of Tree-Ring Bulletin and Tree-Ring Research from Volume 1 (1934-35) to Volume 62 (2006) are available from the University of Arizona.
The Tree-Ring Society is on Facebook and Twitter. And be sure to join The Tree-Ring Times, a Facebook forum dedicated to disseminating and discussing information, news items, and recent activities and advances in the tree-ring sciences.
The Tree-Ring Society offers a Traveling Dendro Kit for workshops and fieldweeks that provides all the basic equipment for sampling and crossdating. The kit includes five increment borers, microscope (ten optical plus a digital scope), battery-operated lights, sanding gear, straws, and more, in a hard-sided suitcase that weighs less than 22 kg (50 lbs) to meet most airline check-in baggage requirements. Please contact Peter Brown (pmb at rmtrr dot org) for more details about obtaining the kit for use in your workshop or fieldweek.
Tree-Ring Research has an impact factor (2015) of 2.565; the 5-year impact factor is 2.220.
The Tree-Ring Society is now a recognized 501(c)(3) USA nonprofit! Please watch for more options that US citizens will have to make tax-deductible donations to the TRS.
Conferences and Workshops
27th European Dendroecological Fieldweek, 12 to 18 September 2016. Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, in the scenic Julian Mountains.
Workshop on Dendrostatistics in R, 19-23 September 2016 at the University of Erlangen (Germany). Deadline for registration is 15 August. This event is being coordinated by Ernst van der Maaten.
MtnClim 2016 in Leavenworth, WA from 17-21 October, 2016. The theme is Mountains Without Snow: What are the Consequences? Organizers are Andy Bunn, Western Washington University, Dave Peterson, USDA Forest Service, PNW/Wenatchee and Scotty Strachan, University of Nevada, Reno.
The American Geophysical Union 2016 in San Francisco, CA, USA 12-16 December 2016 will feature several sessions related to dendrochronology. Abstracts were due August 3.
Abstracts due 27 October 2016 for the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, 5-9 April 2017. Sessions may include:
If you have interest in presenting in an organized session, contact any of the organizers with a working title and sub discipline. Abstracts should be submitted online to the AAG. Once you have registered, please email the AAG PIN number to Christopher Gentry (firstname.lastname@example.org). Organizers: Christopher Gentry (email@example.com), Henri Grissino-Mayer (firstname.lastname@example.org), Grant Harley (email@example.com), Stockton Maxwell (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Jim Speer (email@example.com)The 2018 WorldDendro meeting will be held in Thimphu, Bhutan! Please check back as more information becomes available, and we look forward to seeing our tree-ring colleagues from around the world in Thimphu the summer of 2018!