LATEST NEWS, Conferences and
AmeriDendro Conference 2016, 28 March
to 1 April 2016, Mendoza, Argentina.
Please see the
with additional details about a pre-conference
fieldweek and post-conference field trips. ALSO,
the call for symposia; symposium proposals
will be accepted until September 30.
2018 WorldDendro meeting will be held in
Thimphu, Bhutan! Please check back here as more
information becomes available, and we look forward to seeing all
our tree-ring colleagues from around the world in Bhutan in
15th International Course on Wood Anatomy of
Tree Rings, "Wood Anatomy & Tree-Ring Ecology",
13 to 19 December 2015, Klosters Dorf,
LATEST NEWS, The Tree-Ring Society
The Tree-Ring Society is pleased to
new Executive Board to serve from 2015 through 2016.
Congratulations to the new and returning members of the board,
and thank you to all the candidates who ran for offices and all
the TRS members who voted in the election.
The Tree-Ring Society is now offering a 50% discount on
to colleagues in developing countries with the same rights
and privileges as full-rate members. The 50% discount fee also
is now available to retired colleagues wherever they are
located. A developing country shall be defined as one with
a per capita gross net income of USD$15,000 or less as
determined by the World Bank. Currently, that information is
current rates, the discounted membership is USD$25 per year for
colleagues from developing countries, retired members, and
Tree-Ring Society is pleased
to announce that
Volume 71, Issue 1 of Tree-Ring Research,
is the inaugural issue of our new all-online format!
All members have full password access to all articles as they
come out. Please visit the new journal pages, and consider
submitting your tree-ring related papers.
The Tree-Ring Society can
now be found on
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
High resolution versions of past issues
Tree-Ring Bulletin and Tree-Ring Research
from Volume 1 (1934-35) to Volume 62 (2006) are
available from the University of Arizona.
A paper published in Vol 70, Issue No 2, of
Tree-Ring Research reporting on work led
by Dario Martin-Benito that dated a ship found at
the World Trade Center in New York City has been
reported in (among many other places)
The New Yorker,
National Geographic News, and even the
International Business Times.
for workshops and fieldweeks
provide all the basic needs for sampling and
The TDK includes five
increment borers, microscopes (ten optical plus
a digital scope), battery-operated lights,
sanding gear, straws, and more, in a hard-sided
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 TDK for use in your
workshop or fieldweek.
TRS is offering a "Traveling