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Vol 1 (1934-35)Vol 2 (1935-36); Vol 3 (1936-37); Vol 4 (1937-38); Vol 5 (1938-39); Vol 6 (1939-40); Vol 7 (1940-41); Vol 8 (1941-42; Vol 9 (1942-43); Vol 10 (1943-44); Vol 11 (1944-45); Vol 12 (1945-46); Vol 13 (1946-47); Vol 14 (1947-48); Vol 15 (1948-49); Vol 16 (1949-50); Vol 17 (1950-51); Vol 18 (1951-52); Vol 19 (1952-53); Vol 20 (1953-54); Vol 21 (1956); Vol 22 (1958); Vol 23 (1960)Vol 24 (1962); Vol 25 (1962-63); Vol 26 (1964); Vol 27 (1965-66); Vol 28 (1967); Vol 29 (1969); Vol 30 (1970); Vol 31 (1971); Vol 32 (1972); Vol 33 (1973); Vol 34 (1974); Vol 35 (1975); Vol 36 (1976); Vol 37 (1977); Vol 38 (1978); Vol 39 (1979); Vol 40 (1980); Vol 41 (1981); Vol 42 (1982); Vol 43 (1983); Vol 44 (1984); Vol 45 (1985); Vol 46 (1986); Vol 47 (1987); Vol 48 (1988); Vol 49 (1989); Vol 50 (1990); Vol 51 (1991); Vol 52 (1992); Vol 53 (1993); Vol 54 (1997); (No Vol 55); Vol 56 (2000); Vol 57 (2001); Vol 58 (2002); Vol 59 (2003); Vol 60 (2004); Vol 61 (2005); Vol 62 (2006); Vol 63 (2007); Vol 64 (2008); Vol 65 (2009); Vol 66 (2010); Vol 67 (2011); Vol 68 (2012); Vol 69 (2013); Vol 70 (2014); Vol 71 (2015); Vol 72 (2016); Vol 73 (2017)Vol 74 (2018)Vol 75 (2019)Vol 76 (2020)Vol 77 (2021)Vol 78 (2022); Vol 79 (2023).

Volume 1

Volume 1 Number 1

  • Douglass, A.E. 1934. Editorial. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(1):2-3.

  • Glock, W.S. 1934. Report on the First Tree-Ring conference. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(1):4-6.

  • McGregor, J.C. 1934. Dates from the Tsegi. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(1):6-8.

Volume 1 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1934. Accuracy in dating- I. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(2):10-11.

  • Glock, W.S. 1934. Necessary information on tree-ring specimens from living trees. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(2):12.

  • Haury, E.W. 1934. Climate and Human History. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(2):13-15.

  • Miller, C.F. Jr. 1934. Report of dates on the Allantown, Arizona, ruins. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(2):15-16.

Volume 1 Number 3

  • Douglass, A.E. 1935. Accuracy in dating - II. The presentation of evidence. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(3):19-21.

  • Getty, H.T. 1935. New dates from Mesa Verde. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(3):21-23.

  • Peterson, A. 1935. Specimens from the Pueblo area collected by the first Beam Expedition 1923. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(3):23-24.

Volume 1 Number 4

  • Douglass, A.E. 1935. Estimated ring chronology I: 1800-1934. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(4):27.
  • Getty, H.T. 1935. New dates for spruce tree house, Mesa Verde. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(4):28-29.
  • Baldwin, G.C. 1935. Dates from Kinishba Pueblo. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(4):30.
  • Miller, C.F. Jr. 1935. Additional dates from the Allantown, Arizona, ruins. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(4):31.
  • Index to Tree-Ring Bulletin, Vol. I. Tree-Ring Bulletin 1(4):32.

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Volume 2

Volume 2 Number 1

  • Haury, E. 1935. Dates from Gila Pueblo. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(1):3-4.

  • Getty, H.T. 1935. Second annual Tree Ring conference. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(1):4-5.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1935. Estimated ring chronology III: 1500-1650. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(1):6.

  • McGregor, G.C. 1935. Book review: A.E. Douglass. 1935. "Dating Pueblo Bonito and Other Ruins of the Southwest": National Geographic Society, Pueblo Bonito Series No. 1. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(1):7.

  • Colton, H.S. 1935. Book review: F.M. Hawley. 1934. "The significance of the dated history of Chetro Ketl, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico": University of New Mexico, Bulletin, Monograph Series, Volume 1, Number 1. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(1):8.

Volume 2 Number 2

  • Baldwin, G.C. 1935. Ring record of the Great Drought (1276-1299) in eastern Arizona. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(2):11-12.

  • Davis, H.F. 1935. The photography of FA-21. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(2):12-16

  • Douglass, A.E. 1935. Estimated ring chronology IV: 1350-1500. Chronology V: 1200-1350. Chronology VI: 1050-1200. Chronology VII: 900-1050. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(2):13-16.

Volume 2 Number 3

  • Schulman, E. 1936. Tree-rings and cycle analysis. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(3):19-22.

  • Hargrave, L.L. 1936. The field collector of beam material. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(3):22-24.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1936. Estimated ring chronology VIII: 750-900. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(3):24.

Volume 2 Number 4

  • Douglass, A.E. 1936. The central Pueblo chronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(4):29-34.

  • Morris, E.H. 1936. Archaeological Background of dates in early Arizona Chronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(4):34-36.

  • McGregor, J.C. 1936. Additional dates from Tsegi. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(4):37.

  • Index to Volume II. Tree-Ring Bulletin 2(4):38.

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Volume 3 Number 1

  • Anonymous. 1936. Third Annual Tree Ring Conference. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(1):3-4.

  • Glock, W.S. 1936. Tree rings in branches. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(1):5-6.

  • Stallings, Jr., W.S. 1936. Dates from Gallo Canyon, east-central New Mexico. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(1):6-8.

Volume 3 Number 2

  • McGregor, J.C. 1936. The effects of a volcanic cinder fall on tree growth. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(2):11-13.

  • Stallings, Jr., W.S. 1936. Dates from Five Kiva House, Utah. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(2):13-14.

  • McGregor, J.C. 1936. Dates from Tsegi and Nalakihu. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(2):15-16.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1936. Estimated ring chronology IX: 600-750. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(2):16.

Volume 3 Number 3

  • Senter, D. 1937. The application of tree-ring analysis to deposition problems in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(3):19-20.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1937. Typical ring-record from Chaco Canyon: 700 to 850, CK-331. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(3):20-21.

  • Schulman, E. 1937. Selection of trees for climatic study. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(3):22-23.

  • Peterson, A. 1937. Further data on first beam expedition specimens, 1923. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(3):23-24.

Volume 3 Number 4

  • Stallings, Jr., W.S., Schulman, E., Douglass, A.E. 1937. Some early papers on tree-rings: I. J. Keuchler. II. J.C. Kapteyn. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(4):27-28.

  • Schulman, E. 1937. Some early papers on tree rings: J.C. Kapteyn. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(4):28-29.

  • Schulman, E. 1937. Review of some recent papers on tree-ring and climate. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(4):29-31.

  • Index to Volume III. Tree-Ring Bulletin 3(4):31-32.

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Volume 4 Number 1

  • Anonymous. 1937. Fourth Annual Tree-Ring Conference. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(1):2.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1937. Tree-ring work, 1937. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(1):3-6.

  • Haury, E., Flora, I.F. 1937. Basket-maker III dates from the vicinity of Durango, Colorado. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(1):7-8.

Volume 4 Number 2

  • Haury, E.W. 1937. Editorial. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(2):2.

  • Stallings, W.S. 1937. Southwestern dated ruins: I. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(2):3-5.

  • Willey, G.R. 1937. Notes on central Georgia dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(2):6-8.

Volume 4 Number 3

  • Anonymous. 1938. Tree-ring laboratory [announcement of creation of laboratory at University of Arizona]. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(3):2.

  • Haury, E.W. 1938. Southwestern dated ruins II. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(3):3-4.

  • Schulman, E. 1938. Classification of false annual rings in Monterey pine. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(3):4-7.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1938. Estimated tree-ring chronology: 450-600 A.D.. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(3):8.

Volume 4 Number 4

  • Giddings, Jr. J.L. 1938. Buried wood from Fairbanks, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(4):3-5.

  • McGregor, J.C. 1938. Southwestern dated ruins:III Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(4):6.

  • Glock, W.S. 1938. Tree-ring dating: Factors pertaining to accuracy. Tree-Ring Bulletin 4(4):6-8.

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Volume 5 Number 1

  • Hawley Senter, F. 1938. Dendrochronology in two Mississippi drainage tree-ring areas. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(1):3-6.

  • Hawley Senter, F.M. 1938. Southwestern dated ruins: IV. Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(1):6-7.

  • Eisendrath, Jr. D.B. 1938. On photographing the rings of oak specimens. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(1):7-8.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1938. Estimated tree-ring chronology: 300-450 A.D. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(1):8.

Volume 5 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1938. Southwestern dated ruins: V. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(2):10-13.

  • Lassetter, R. 1938. The value of tree-ring analysis in engineering. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(2):13-15.

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1938. Recent tree-ring work in Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(2):16.

Volume 5 Number 3

  • Douglass, A.E. 1939. Estimated tree-ring chronology: 150-300 A.D. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(3):18-20.

  • Brady, L.F. 1939. An effect of starvation on pine trees. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(3):20-23.

  • Baldwin, G.C. 1939. Dates from King's Ruin. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(3):23-24. 

Volume 5 Number 4

  • Colton, H.S. 1939. The date of Three Turkey House. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(4):26.

  • Lyon, C.J. 1939. Objectives and methods in New England tree-ring studies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(4):27-30.

  • Hall, Jr., E.T. 1939. A method of obtaining a place surface on charcoal. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(4):31.

  • Index to Volume 5. Tree-Ring Bulletin 5(4):32.

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Volume 6 Number 1

  • Douglass, A.E. 1939. Editorial. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(1):2.

  • Lassetter.R. 1939. Fifth Annual Tree-Ring Conference. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(1):2-3.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1939. Notes on beam dating by sap-heart contact. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(1):3-6.

  • Peterson, A. 1939. Third Report on Hopi specimens: Collections of second beam expedition, 1928. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(1):6-8.

Volume 6 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1939. Typical site of trees producing the best crossdating. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(2):10-11.

  • Schulman, E. 1939. Classification of false annual rings in west Texas pine. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(2):11-13.

  • Schulman, E. and Baldwin, G.C. 1939. The chronology in OL-12, a dissected ponderosa. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(2):13-16.

Volume 6 Number 3

  • Weakly, H.E. 1940. Tree rings as a record of precipitation in western Nebraska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(3):18-19.

  • Fritz, E. 1940. Problems in dating rings of California coast redwood. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(3):19-21.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1940. Examples of spiral compression wood. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(3):21-22.

  • Schulman, E. 1940. Climatic chronology in some coast redwoods. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(3):22-23.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1940. Compression wood and the recent chronology in Mesa Verde firs. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(3):23-24.

Volume 6 Number 4

  • Douglass, A.E. 1940. Editorial: A bibliography. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(4):26-27.

  • Schulman, E. 1940. A bibliography of tree-ring analysis. Tree-Ring Bulletin 6(4):27-38.

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Volume 7 Number 1

  • Douglass, A.E. 1940. Notes on the technique of tree-ring analysis, I. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(1):2-8.

Volume 7 Number 2

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1940. The application of tree-ring dates to Arctic sites. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(2):10-14.

  • Scantling, F.H. 1940. Tree-ring dates from a Mormon church. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(2):14.

  • Haury, E. 1940. New tree-ring dates from the Forestdale Valley, east-central Arizona. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(2):14-16.

Volume 7 Number 3

  • Schulman, E. 1941. Douglas fir chronology in Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(3):18-19.

  • Meyer, H.A. 1941. Growth fluctuations of virgin hemlock from northern Pennsylvania. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(3):20-23.

  • Lyon, C.J. 1941. Inter-correlations between growth rates of conifers in northern New England. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(3):24-26.

Volume 7 Number 4

  • Douglass, A.E. 1941. Notes on the technique of tree-ring analysis, II: Cell illumination. Tree-Ring Bulletin 7(4):28-34.

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Volume 8 Number 1

  • Getty, H.T. 1941. Sixth Annual Tree-Ring Conference. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(1):2-3.

  • Stallings, W.S. Jr. 1941. A Basketmaker II Date from Cave du Pont, Utah. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(1):3-6.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1941. Age of Forestdale Ruin excavated in 1939. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(1):7-8.

Volume 8 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1941. Notes on the technique of tree-ring analysis, III: Charcoal treatment. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(2):10-16.

Volume 8 Number 3

  • McGregor, J.C. 1942. Dates from Wupatki Pueblo Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(3):18-21.

  • McGregor, J.C. 1942. Dates from Kinnikinnick Pueblo. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(3):21-23.

  • Knipe, D.A. 1942. A date from Chaco Yuma West, southern Arizona. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(3):24. 

  • Miller, J.L. 1942. Dates from Fort Grant Pueblo, southern Arizona Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(3):24.

Volume 8 Number 4

  • Schulman, E. 1942. Variations between ring chronologies in and near the Colorado River drainage area. Tree-Ring Bulletin 8(4):26-32.

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Volume 9 Number 1

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1942. Dated sites on the Kobuk River, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 9(1):2-8.

Volume 9 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1942. Checking the date of Bluff Ruin, Forestdale: A study in technique. Tree-Ring Bulletin 9(2):2-7.

  • Haury, E.W. 1942. Some implications of the Bluff Ruin Dates. Tree-Ring Bulletin 9(2):7-8.

Volume 9 Number 3

  • Douglass, A.E. 1943. Advances in dendrochronology, 1943. Tree-Ring Bulletin 9(3):18-24.

Volume 9 Number 4

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1943. Some climatic aspects of tree growth in Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 9(4):26-32.

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Volume 10 Number 1

  • Douglass, A.E. 1943. Notes on the technique of tree-ring analysis, IV: Practical instruments. Tree-Ring Bulletin 10(1-2):2-8.

Volume 10 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1943. Notes on the technique of tree-ring analysis, V: Practical instruments. Tree-Ring Bulletin 10(1-2):10-16.

Volume 10 Number 3

  • Schulman, E. 1944. Dendrochronology in Mexico, I. Tree-Ring Bulletin 10(3):18-24.

Volume 10 Number 4

  • Lutz, H.J. 1944. Swamp-grown eastern white pine and hemlock in Connecticut as dendrochronological material. Tree-Ring Bulletin 10(4):26-28.

  • Moinat, A.D. 1944. Annual growth of pines in the San Juan basin, Colorado, as related to precipitation and streamflow. Tree-Ring Bulletin 10(4):29-30.

  • Schulman, E. 1944. Notes on dendrochronology at the Arnold Arboretum. Tree-Ring Bulletin 10(4):30-32.

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Volume 11 Number 1  

  • Schulman, E. 1944. Tree-ring work in Scandinavia. Tree-Ring Bulletin 11(1):2-6.

  • Gindel, J. 1944. Aleppo pine as a medium for tree-ring analysis. Tree-Ring Bulletin 11(1):6-8.

Volume 11 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1944. Tabulation of dates for Bluff Ruin, Forestdale, Arizona. Tree-Ring Bulletin 11(2):10-16.

Volume 11 Number 3

  • Schulman, E. 1945. Tree-rings and runoff in the South Platte River basin. Tree-Ring Bulletin 11(3):18-24.

Volume 11 Number 4

  • Douglass, A.E. 1945. Survey of sequoia studies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 11(4):26-32.

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Volume 12 Number 1

  • Schulman, E. 1945. Root growth-rings and chronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(1):2-5.

  • Schulman, E. 1945. The range of ring sensitivity. Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(1):5-8.

Volume 12 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1945. Survey of sequoia studies, II. Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(2):10-16.

Volume 12 Number 3

  • Schulman, E. 1946. Dendrochronology at Mesa Verde National Park. Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(3):18-24.

Volume 12 Number 4

  • Hall, E.T. Jr. 1946. Preserving and surfacing rotted wood and charcoal. Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(4):26-27.

  • Scantling, F.H. 1946. Photography of charcoal. Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(4):27-32.

  • Errata. (Papers dealing with the Flagstaff area - contributed by the Museum of Northern Arizona). Tree-Ring Bulletin 12(4):32.

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Volume 13 Number 1 

  • Lyon, C.J. 1946. Hemlock chronology in New England. Tree-Ring Bulletin 13(1):2-4.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1946. Sequoia survey-III: Miscellaneous notes. Tree-Ring Bulletin 13(1):5-8.

Volume 13 Number 2-3

  • Schulman, E. 1947. Dendrochronologies in southwestern Canada. Tree-Ring Bulletin 13(2-3):10-24.

Volume 13 Number 4

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1947. Mackenzie River delta chronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 13(4):26-29.

  • Smiley, T.L. 1947. Dates from a surface pueblo at Mesa Verde. Tree-Ring Bulletin 13(4):30-32.

  • Watson, D. 1947. Note on the dating of Pipe Shrine House. Tree-Ring Bulletin 13(4):32.

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Volume 14 Number 1

  • Schulman, E. 1947. An 800-year Douglas fir at Mesa Verde. Tree-Ring Bulletin 14(1):2-8.

Volume 14 Number 2

  • Douglass, A.E. 1947. Photographic tree-ring chronologies and the Flagstaff sequence. Tree-Ring Bulletin 14(2):10-16.

Volume 14 Number 3

  • Schulman, E. 1948. Dendrochronology at Navajo National Monument. Tree-Ring Bulletin 14(3):18-24.

Volume 14 Number 4

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1948. Chronology of the Kobuk-Kotzebue sites. Tree-Ring Bulletin 14(4):26-32.

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Volume 15 Number 1-2 [Missing]

  • Schulman, E. 1948. Dendrochronology in northeastern Utah. Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(1-2):2-14.

Volume 15 Number 3 [Missing]

  • Campbell, T.N. 1949. The pioneer tree-ring work of Jacob Kuechler. Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(3):16-20.

  • Smiley, T.L. 1949. Tree-ring dates from Point of Pines. Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(3):20-21.

  • Schulman, E. 1949. Chronology characters at ruins in the Gila Basin. Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(3):21-22.

Volume 15 Number 4

  • Douglass, A.E. 1949. Note on the early Durango Collections. Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(4):24.

  • Schulman, E. 1949. Early chronologies in the San Juan Basin. Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(4):24-32.

  • Morris, E.H. 1949. Basketmaker II Dwellings near Durango, Colorado Tree-Ring Bulletin 15(4):33-34.

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Volume 16 Number 1

  • Douglass, A.E. 1949. A superior sequoia ring record. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(1):2-6.

  • Oswalt, W. 1949. Dated houses at Squirrel River, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(1):7-8.

Volume 16 Number 2

  • Ferguson, C.W. 1949. Additional dates for Nine Mile Canyon, northeastern Utah. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(2):10-11.

  • Schulman, E. 1949. An extension of the Durango chronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(2):12-16.

Volume 16 Number 3 

  • Schulman, E. 1950. A dated beam from Dinosaur National Monument. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(3):18-19.

  • Burgh, R.F. 1950. A Fremont Basket Maker house in Dinosaur National Monument, Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(3):19-20.

  • Schulman, E. 1950. Miscellaneous Ring Records. I., Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(3):21.

  • Smiley, T.L. 1950. Miscellaneous Ring Records. II. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(3):22-23.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1950. A superior sequoia ring record. II. A.D. 870-1209. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(3):24.

Volume 16 Number 4

  • Oswalt, W. 1950. Spruce borings from the lower Yukon River, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(4):26-30.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1950. A superior sequoia ring record. III. A.D. 360-886. Tree-Ring Bulletin 16(4):31-32.

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Volume 17 Number 1-2  

  • Schulman, E. 1950. Dendroclimatic histories in the Bryce Canyon area, Utah. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(1-2):2-16.

Volume 17 Number 3 [Missing]

  • Ferguson, C.W. Jr. 1951. Early height growth in Douglas fir. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(3):18-20.

  • Bannister, B. 1951. Tree-ring dates for the Gallina area, New Mexico. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(3):21-22.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1951. A superior sequoia ring record. IV. 7 B.C. - A.D. 372. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(3):23-24.

Volume 17 Number 4

  • Hall, E.T. Jr. 1951. Southwestern dated ruins. VI. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(4):26-28.

  • Schulman, E. 1951. Miscellaneous ring records. III. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(4):28-30.

  • Douglass, A.E. 1951. A superior sequoia ring record. V. 271 B.C. - 1 B.C. Tree-Ring Bulletin 17(4):31-32.

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Volume 18 Number 1 

  • Giddings, Jr., J.L. 1951. The forest edge at Norton Bay, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 18(1):2-6.

  • Oswalt, W.H. 1951. The origin of driftwood at Hooper Bay, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 18(1):6-8.

Volume 18 Number 2-3

  • Schulman, E. 1952. Definitive dendrochronologies: a progress report. Tree-Ring Bulletin 18(2-3):10-18.

  • Schulman, E. 1952. Dendrochronology in Big Bend National Park, Texas. Tree-Ring Bulletin 18(2-3):18-27.

Volume 18 Number 4

  • Schulman, E. 1952. Extension of the San Juan chronology to B.C. times. Tree-Ring Bulletin 18(4):30-35.

  • Morris E.H. 1952. Note on the Durango dates. Tree-Ring Bulletin 18(4):36.

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Volume 19 Number 1 

  • Transtrom H.L. 1952. A large increment borer. Tree-Ring Bulletin 19(1):2-4.

  • Oswalt, W. 1952. Spruce samples from the Copper River drainage, Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 19(1):5-10.

Volume 19 Number 2

  • Ferguson, Jr., C.W., Black, D.M. 1952. Tree-ring chronologies on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Tree-Ring Bulletin 19(2):12-18.

Volume 19 Number 3-4

  • Schulman, E. 1953. Rio Grande chronologies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 19(3-4):20-33.

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Volume 20 Number 1 

Volume 20 Number 2 

Volume 20 Number 3-4

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Volume 21 

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Volume 22  

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Volume 23 

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Volume 24 Number 1-2 

Volume 24 Number 3-4

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Volume 25 Number 1-2

  • Fritts, H.C. 1962. The relation of growth ring widths in American beech and white oak to variations in climate. Tree-Ring Bulletin 25(1-2):2-10.

  • Ferguson, C.W. 1962. The Tree-Ring Society: May 1962 meetings. Tree-Ring Bulletin 25(1-2):11.

Volume 25 Number 3-4

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Volume 26

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Volume 27 Number 1-2

  • Anonymous. 1965. James Louis Giddings, 1909-1964 (obituary). Tree-Ring Bulletin 27(1-2):2.

  • Fritts, H.C., Smith, D.G., Budelsky, C.A., Cardis, J.W. 1965. The variability of ring characteristics within trees as shown by a reanalysis of four ponderosa pine. Tree-Ring Bulletin 27(1-2):3-18.

Volume 27 Number 3-4

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Volume 28 (The Dendrochronology of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeology Project, Contribution No. 42 of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeology Project)

  • Osborne, D., Nichols, R.F. 1967. Introduction. Tree-Ring Bulletin 28:3-6.

  • Smith, D.G., Nichols, R.F. 1967. A tree-ring chronology for climatic analysis. In: The Dendrochronology of the Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project. Tree-Ring Bulletin 28:7-12.

  • Nichols, R.F., Harlan, T.P. 1967. Archaeological tree-ring dates from Wetherill Mesa. Tree-Ring Bulletin 28:13-40 (appendices and graphs attached).

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Volume 29 Number 1-2   

Volume 29 Number 3-4 (Bristlecone Pine Issue)

  • Ferguson, C.W. 1969. A 7104-year annual tree-ring chronology for bristlecone pine, Pinus aristata, from the White Mountains, California. Tree-Ring Bulletin 29(3-4):3-29.

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Volume 30 

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Volume 31 

  • Stockton, C.W., Fritts, H.C. 1971. Conditional probability of occurrence for variations in climate based on the width of annual tree rings in Arizona. Tree-Ring Bulletin 31:3-24.

  • Naylor, T.H. 1971. Dendrochronology in Oaxaca, Mexico: a preliminary study. Tree-Ring Bulletin 31:25-29.

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Volume 32  

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Volume 33  

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Volume 34 

  • LaMarche, Jr., V.C. 1974. Frequency-dependent relationships between tree-ring series along an ecological gradient and some dendrochronological implications. Tree-Ring Bulletin 34:1-20.

  • LaMarche, Jr., V.C., Stockton, C.W. 1974. Chronologies from temperature-sensitive bristlecone pines at upper treeline in western United States. Tree-Ring Bulletin 34:21-45.

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Volume 35 

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Volume 36 

  • Ermich, K., Rutkowski, B., Bednarz, Z, Feliksik, E. 1976. The degree of similarity of dendrochronological curves as an indicator of site conditions. Tree-Ring Bulletin 36:1-8.

  • Robinson, W.J. 1976. Tree-ring dating and archaeology in the American southwest. Tree-Ring Bulletin 36:9-20.

  • Pilcher, J.R. 1976. A statistical oak chronology from the north of Ireland. Tree-Ring Bulletin 36:21-27.

  • Parker, M.L., Barton, G.M., Smith, J.H.G. 1976. Annual ring contrast enhancement without affecting X-ray densitometry studies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 36:29-31.

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Volume 37 

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Volume 38 

  • Ogden, J. 1978. Investigations on the dendrochronology of the genus Athrotaxis D. Don (Taxodiaceae) in Tasmania. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:1-13.

  • Hughes, M.K., Leggett, P., Milsom, S.J., Hibbert, F.A. 1978. Dendrochronology of oak in North Wales, UK. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:15-23

  • Serre, F. 1978. The dendroclimatic value of the European larch (Larix decidua Mill.) in the French Alps. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:25-34.

  • Brett, D.W. 1978. Dendroclimatology of elm in London. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:35-44

  • Fletcher, J.M. 1978. Dating the geographical migration of Quercus petraea and Q. robur in Holocene times. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:45-47.

  • Brubaker, L.B. 1978. Effects of defoliation by Douglas fir tussock moth on ring sequences of Douglas fir and grand fir. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:49-60.

  • Schweingruber, F.H., Fritts, H.C., Bräker, O.U., Drew, L.G., Schär, E. 1978. The X-ray technique as applied to dendroclimatology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:61-91.

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Volume 39 

  • Stahle, D.W. 1979. Tree-ring dating of historic buildings in Arkansas. Tree-Ring Bulletin 39:1-28.

  • Conkey, L.E. 1979. Response of tree-ring density to climate in Maine, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Bulletin 39:29-38.

  • Liphschitz, N., Waisel, Y., Lev-Yadun, S. 1979. Dendrochronological investigations in Iran. Tree-Ring Bulletin 39:39-45.

  • Cropper, J.P. 1979. Tree-ring skeleton plotting by computer. Tree-Ring Bulletin 39:47-60.

  • Berger, A.L., Guiot, J., Mathieu, L., Munaut, A.V. 1979. Tree rings and climate in Morocco. Tree-Ring Bulletin 39:61-75.

  • Graybill, D.A. 1979. Revised computer programs for tree-ring research. Tree-Ring Bulletin 39:77-82.

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Volume 40 

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Volume 41 

  • Peters, K., Jacoby, G.C., Cook, E.R. 1981. Principal components analysis of tree-ring sites. Tree-Ring Bulletin 41:1-19.

  • Gray, B.M., Wigley, T.M.L., Pilcher, J.R. 1981. Statistical significance and reproducibility of tree-ring response functions. Tree-Ring Bulletin 41:21-35.

  • Blasing, T.J., Duvick, D.N., West, D.C. 1981. Dendroclimatic calibration and verification using regionally averaged and single station precipitation data. Tree-Ring Bulletin 41:37-43.

  • Cook, E.R., Peters, K. 1981. The smoothing spline: a new approach to standardizing forest interior tree-ring width series for dendroclimatic studies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 41:45-53.

  • Warren, M.G., MacWilliam, S.L. 1981. Test of a new method for removing the growth trend from dendrochronological data. Tree-Ring Bulletin 41:55-66.

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Volume 42 

  • Anonymous. 1982. Tree-Ring Society [Announcement to formalize peer-review process for Tree-Ring Bulletin]. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:2.

  • Cropper, J.P., Fritts, H.C. 1982. Density of tree-ring grids in western North America. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:3-9

  • Phipps, R.L. 1982. Comments on interpretation of climatic information from tree rings, eastern North America. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:11-22.

  • Gemmill, B., McBride, J.R., Laven, R.D. 1982. Development of tree-ring chronologies in an ozone air pollution-stressed forest in southern California, USA. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:23-31.

  • Guiot, J., Berger, A.L., Munaut, A.V., Till, Cl. 1982. Some new mathematical procedures in dendroclimatology, with examples from Switzerland and Morocco. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:33-48.

  • Leavitt, S.W., Long, A. 1982. Stable carbon isotopes as a potential supplemental tool in dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:49-55.
    Revel, R.D. 1982. The use of scanning electron microscopy as a tool in dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 42:57-64.

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Volume 43 

  • Robinson, W.J. 1983. Tree-Ring Society [Increase in subscription rates and change of editorship]. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:i.

  • Norton, D.A. 1983. Modern New Zealand tree-ring chronologies I: Nothofagus solandri. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:1-17.

  • Blasing, T.J., Duvick, D.N., Cook, E.R. 1983. Filtering the effects of competition from ring-width series. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:19-30.

  • Gray, B.M., Pilcher, J.R. 1983. Testing the significance of summary response functions. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:31-38

  • Norton, D.A. 1983. Modern New Zealand tree-ring chronologies II: Nothofagus menziesii. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:39-49.

  • McBride, J.R. 1983. Analysis of tree rings and fire scars to establish fire history. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:51-67.

  • Holmes, R.L. 1983. Computer-assisted quality control in tree-ring dating and measurement. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:69-78.

  • Kickert, R.N., Herren-Gemmil, B., Arkley, R., Thompson, R.E. 1983. Curves and Align: Some new computerized methods for the analysis of tree-ring data. Tree-Ring Bulletin 43:79-88.

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Volume 44 

  • Blasing, T.J., Solomon, A.M., Duvick, D.N. 1984. Response functions revisited. Tree-Ring Bulletin 44:1-15.

  • Munro, M.A.R. 1984. An improved algorithm for crossdating tree-ring series. Tree-Ring Bulletin 44:17-27.

  • Cropper, J.P. 1984. Multicolinearity within selected western North American temperature and precipitation data sets. Tree-Ring Bulletin 44:29-37.

  • Ewel, K.C., Parendes, L.A. 1984. Usefulness of annual growth rings of cypress trees (Taxodium distichum) for impact analysis. Tree-Ring Bulletin 44:39-43

  • Dunwiddie, P.W., Edwards, M.E. 1984. The dendrochronological potential of Populus balsamifera in northern Alaska. Tree-Ring Bulletin 44:45-52.

  • LaMarche, Jr., V.C. 1984. Tree-Ring Bulletin: Editorial policy and instructions to authors. Tree-Ring Bulletin 44:53,55.

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Volume 45 

  • LaMarche, Jr., V.C. 1985. Tree-Ring Bulletin: Editorial policy. Tree-Ring Bulletin 45:inside front cover.

  • Leavitt, S.W., Long, A., Dean, J.S. 1985. Tree-ring dating through pattern matching of stable-carbon isotope time series. Tree-Ring Bulletin 45:1-10.

  • Ahmed, M., Ogden, J. 1985. Modern New Zealand tree-ring chronologies III. Agathis australis Salisb. kauri. Tree-Ring Bulletin 45:11-24.

  • Villalba, R., Boninsegna, J.A., Holmes, R.L. 1985. Cedrela angustifolia and Juglans australis: Two new tropical species useful in dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 45:25-35.

  • Boninsegna, J.A., Holmes, R.L. 1985. Fitzroya cupressoides yields 1534-year long South American chronology. Tree-Ring Bulletin 45:37-42.

  • Akachuku, A.E. 1985. Intra-annual variation in wood density in Gmelina arborea from X-ray densitometry and its relationship with rainfall. Tree-Ring Bulletin 45:43-53

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Volume 46  

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Volume 47 

  • Kojo, Y. 1987. A dendrochronological study of Cryptomeria japonica in Japan. Tree-Ring Bulletin 47:1-21.

  • Till, C. 1987. The summary response function of Cedrus atlantica (Endl.) Carriere in Morocco. Tree-Ring Bulletin 47:23-36.

  • Cook, E.R. 1987. The decomposition of tree-ring series for environmental studies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 47:37-59.

  • Morgan, R.A., Litton, C.D., Salisbury, C.R. 1987. Trackways and tree-trunks - dating Neolithic oaks in the British Isles. Tree-Ring Bulletin 47:61-69.

  • Biondi, F., Swetnam, T.W. 1987. Box-Jenkins models of forest interior tree-ring chronologies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 47:71-96.

  • LaMarche, Jr., V.C. 1987. Instructions to authors and editor's comments [acknowledgment of reviewers]. Tree-Ring Bulletin 47:97.

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Volume 48 

  • Anonymous. 1988. Valmore C. LaMarche, Jr., 1937-1988 (obituary). Tree-Ring Bulletin 48:1.

  • Alfaro, R.I., MacDonald, R.N. 1988. Effects of defoliation by the western false hemlock looper on Douglas-fir tree-ring chronologies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 48:3-11.

  • Zahner, R. 1988. A model for tree-ring time series to detect regional growth changes in young, evenaged forest stands. Tree-Ring Bulletin 48:13-20.

  • Bhattacharyya, A., LaMarche, Jr., V.C., Telewski, F.W. 1988. Dendrochronological reconnaissance of the conifers of northwest India. Tree-Ring Bulletin 48:21-30.

  • Shiyatov, S.G. 1988. The development and state of dendrochronology in the USSR. Tree-Ring Bulletin 48:31-40.

  • Corrigendum; "Climatic response of densitometric properties in semiarid site tree rings", by M.K. Cleaveland, Tree-Ring Bulletin 46:13-29. Tree-Ring Bulletin 48:41-47.

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Volume 49 

  • Gutiérrez, E. 1989. Dendroclimatological study of Pinus sylvestris L. in southern Catalonia (Spain). Tree-Ring Bulletin 49:1-9.

  • Dutilleul, P., Till, C. 1989. Detection of atypical years in tree-ring series by construction of a temporal walk in the principal components planes. Tree-Ring Bulletin 49:11-21.

  • Krusic, Jr., P.J., Hornbeck, J.W. 1989. Preserving decayed wood samples for tree-ring measurement. Tree-Ring Bulletin 49:23-27.

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Volume 50

  • Bednarz, Z., Ptak, J. 1990. The influence of temperature and precipitation on ring widths of oak (Quercus robur L.) in the Niepolomice forest near Cracow, Southern Poland. Tree-Ring Bulletin 50:1-10.

  • Riitters, K. 1990. Analysis of biweight site chronologies: relative weights of individual trees over time. Tree-Ring Bulletin 50:11-19.

  • Riitters, K. 1990. Evenness indices measure the signal strength of biweight site chronologies. Tree-Ring Bulletin 50:21-27.

  • Travis, D.J., Meentemeyer, V., Belanger, R.P. 1990. Stressed trees produce a better climatic signal than healthy trees. Tree-Ring Bulletin 50:29-32.

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Volume 51

  • Richter, K., Eckstein, D., Holmes, R.L. 1991. The dendrochronological signal of pine trees (Pinus spp.) in Spain. Tree-Ring Bulletin 51:1-13.

  • Huante, P., Rincon, E., Swetnam, T.W. 1991. Dendrochronology of Abies religiosa in Michoacan, Mexico. Tree-Ring Bulletin 51:15-28.

  • Sheppard, P.R. 1991. Identifying low-frequency tree-ring variation. Tree-Ring Bulletin 51:29-38.

  • Guiot, J. 1991. The bootstrapped response function. Tree-Ring Bulletin 51:39-41.

  • Yamaguchi, D.K., Brunstein, F.C. 1991. Special sanding films and sandpapers for surfacing narrow-ring increment cores. Tree-Ring Bulletin 51:43-46.

  • Anonymous. 1991. International Conference on Tree Rings, Environment, and Humanity: Relationships and Processes [announcement of 1994 conference in Tucson, Arizona]. Tree-Ring Bulletin 51.

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Volume 52

  • Brown, P.M., Hughes, M.K., Baisan, C.H., Swetnam, T.W., Caprio, A.C. 1992. Giant sequoia ring-width chronologies from the central Sierra Nevada, California. Tree-Ring Bulletin 52:1-14.

  • Biondi, F. 1992. Development of a tree-ring network for the Italian Peninsula. Tree-Ring Bulletin 52:15-29.

  • Fritts, H.C., Dean, J.S. 1992. Dendrochronological modeling of the effects of climatic change on tree-ring width chronologies from the Chaco Canyon area, southwestern United States. Tree-Ring Bulletin 52:31-58.

  • Bhattacharyya, A., LaMarche, Jr., V.C., Hughes, M.K. 1992. Tree-ring chronologies from Nepal. Tree-Ring Bulletin 52:59-66.

  • Fairchild-Parks, J.A., Harlan, T.P. 1992. Tree-ring dating of two log buildings in central Texas. Tree-Ring Bulletin 52:67-73.

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Volume 53 

  • Rolland, C. 1993. Tree-ring and climate relationships for Abies alba in the internal Alps. Tree-Ring Bulletin 53:1-11.

  • Telewski, F.W. 1993. Determining the germination date of woody plants: A proposed method for locating the root/shoot interface. Tree-Ring Bulletin 53:13-16.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 1993. An updated list of species used in tree-ring research. Tree-Ring Bulletin 53:17-43.

  • Dean, J.S. 1993. Report to the membership [new slate of officers]. Tree-Ring Bulletin 53.

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Volume 54 

  • Sheppard, P.R., Holmes, R.L., Graumlich, L.J. 1997. The "many fragments curse:" A special case of the segment length curse. Tree-Ring Bulletin 54:1-9.

  • Baxter, L., Baird, K.J., Pedicino, L.C., Scotti, K. 1997. The dendrochronology of the reconstruction of Kinishba. Tree-Ring Bulletin 54:11-21.

  • Prothero, J. 1997. Ring width and ring diameter as functions of ring number in suppressed maples and oaks. Tree-Ring Bulletin 54:23-27

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 1997. Computer assisted, independent observer verification of tree-ring measurements. Tree-Ring Bulletin 54:29-41.

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Volume 55 was not published to bring volumes up to date.

Volume 56 

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Volume 57 Number 1 

  • Swetnam, T.W. 2001. Editorial [change of name, editor, and publisher, Tree-Ring Bulletin to Tree-Ring Research]. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):1.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Blount, H.C., Miller, A.C. 2001. Tree-ring dating and the ethnohistory of the naval stores industry in southern Georgia. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):3-13.

  • Thomsen, G. 2001. Response to winter precipitation in ring-width chronologies of Pinus sylvestris L. from the northwestern Siberian Plain, Russia. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):15-29.

  • Fye, F.K., Cleaveland, M.K. 2001. Paleoclimatic analyses of tree-ring reconstructed summer drought in the United States, 1700-1978. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):31-44.

  • Danzer, S.R., Leavitt, S.W., Panyushkina, I.P., Mergner, A., Garcia, E., Best-Svob, V. 2001. Xylem tracheid development in Pinus resinosa seedlings in controlled environments. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):45-53

  • LeBlanc, D., Terrell, M. 2001. Dendroclimatic analyses using Thornthwaite-Mather-type evapotranspiration models: a bridge between dendroecology and forest simulation models. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):55-66.

  • Hughes, M.K., Kuniholm, P.I., Eischeid, J.K., Garfin, G., Griggs, C.B., Latini, C. 2001. Aegean tree-ring signature years explained. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):67-73.

  • Towner, R., Grow, D., Psaltis, J., Falzone, A. 2001. The importance of sample context in dendroarchaeological interpretation: an example from northwestern New Mexico, USA. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):75-88.

  • Woodhouse, C.A., Brown, P.M. 2001. Tree-ring evidence for Great Plains drought. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):89-103.

  • Sheppard, P.R., Casals, P., Gutiérrez, E. 2001. Relationships between ring-width variation and soil nutrient availability at the tree scale. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):105-113.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2001. FHX2 - Software for analyzing temporal and spatial patterns in fire regimes from tree rings. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):115-124.

  • Grissino-Mayer, G.M. 2001. Book review: Time, Trees, and Prehistory: Tree-Ring Dating and the Development of North American Archaeology, 1914-1950, by Steve E. Nash. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):125-126.

  • Editorial policy and Instructions for authors. Tree-Ring Research 57(1):127.

Volume 57 Number 2

  • Swetnam, T.W. 2001. Editorial [new Tree-Ring Society advisory board and editor of Tree-Ring Research]. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):129.

  • Heyerdahl, E.K., McKay, S.J. 2001. Condition of live fire-scarred ponderosa pine trees six years after removing partial cross sections. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):131-139.

  • Smith, K.T., Sutherland, E.K. 2001. Terminology and biology of fire scars in selected central hardwoods. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):141-147.

  • Watson, E., Luckman, B.H. 2001. The development of a moisture-stressed tree-ring chronology network for the southern Canadian Cordillera. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):149-168.

  • Tardif, J., Conciatori, F., Bergeron, Y. 2001. Comparative analysis of the climatic response of seven boreal tree species from northwestern Québec, Canada. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):169-181.

  • D'Arrigo, R.D., Schuster, W.S.F., Lawrence, D.M., Cook, E.R., Wiljanen, M., Thetford, R.D. 2001. Climate-growth relationships of eastern hemlock and chestnut oak from Black Rock Forest in the highlands of southeastern New York. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):183-190.

  • Lisi, C.S., Pessenda, L.C.R., Tomazello F, M., Rozanski, K. 2001. 14C bomb effect in tree rings of tropical and subtropical species of Brazil. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):191-196.

  • Bortolot, Z.J., Copenheaver, C.A., Longe, R.L., Van Aardt, J.A.N. 2001. Development of a white oak chronology using live trees and a post-Civil War cabin in south-central Virginia. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):197-203

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2001. Evaluating crossdating accuracy: A manual and tutorial for the computer program COFECHA. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):205-221.

  • Grissino-Mayer, G.M. 2001. Software review: Woody Plants in North America: A multimedia tutorial, developed by John R. Seiler, John A. Peterson, and Edward E. Jensen. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):223-224.

  • Editorial policy and Instructions for authors. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):225.

  • International Tree-Ring Data Bank. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):226.

  • Application for membership, Tree-Ring Society. Tree-Ring Research 57(2):227-228.

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Volume 58

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Volume 59 Number 1 

  • Tree-Ring Society Executive Board. 2003. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):2.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2003. Canons for writing and editing manuscripts. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):3-10.

  • Pohl, K., Therrell, M.D., Blay, J.S., Ayotte, N., Hernandez, J.J.C., Castro, S.D., Oviedo, E.C., Elvir, J.A., Elizondo, M.G., Opland, D., Park, J., Pederson, G., Salazar, S.B., Selem, L.V., Diaz, J.V., Stahle, D.W. 2003. A cool-season precipitation reconstruction for Saltillo, Mexico. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):11-19.

  • McGraw, D.J. 2003. Andrew Ellicott Douglass and the giant sequoias in the founding of dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):21-27.

  • Cooke, B.J., Miller, W.E., Roland, J. 2003. Survivorship bias in tree-ring reconstructions of forest tent caterpillar outbreaks using trembling aspen. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):29-36.

  • Billamboz, A. 2003. Tree rings and wetland occupation in Southwest Germany between 2000 and 500 BC: Dendrochronology beyond dating in tribute to F.H. Schweingruber. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):37-49.

  • Munro, M., Swetnam, T. 2003. In Memoriam: Richard L. Holmes, 1934-2003. Tree-Ring Research 59(1):50.

Volume 59 Number 2

  • Tree-Ring Society Executive Board. 2003. Tree-Ring Research 59(2):52.

  • Fowler, A., Boswijk, G. 2003. Chronology stripping as a tool for enhancing the statistical quality of tree-ring chronologies. Tree-Ring Research 59(2):53-62.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2003. A manual and tutorial for the proper use of an increment borer. Tree-Ring Research 59(2):63-79.

  • Esper, J., Cook, E.R., Krusic, P.J., Peters, K., Schweingruber, F.H. 2003. Tests of the RCS method for preserving low-frequency variability in long tree-ring chronologies. Tree-Ring Research 59(2):81-98.

  • Caprio, J., Fritts, H.C., Holmes, R.L., Meko, D.M., Hemming, D.L. 2003. A chi-square test for the association and timing of tree ring-daily weather relationships: A new technique for dendroclimatology. Tree-Ring Research 59(2):99-113.

  • Addendum. D'Arrigo et al. 2001. "Tree-ring records from Black Rock Forest, NY", Tree-Ring Research 57:183-190. Tree-Ring Research 59(2):115.

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  • Volume 60 Number 1 
  • Brown, P.M. 2004. Report to the Tree-Ring Society membership. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):inside front cover.

  • Tree-Ring Society Executive Board. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):2.

  • Kilgore, J.S., Telewski, F.W. 2004. Climate-growth relationships for native and nonnative Pinaceae in northern Michigan's pine barrens. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):3-13.

  • Fowler, A., Boswijk, G., Ogden, J. 2004. Tree-ring studies on Agathis australis (kauri): A synthesis of development work on late Holocene chronologies. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):15-29.

  • Chhin, S., Wang, G.G., Tardif, J. 2004. Dendroclimatic analysis of white spruce at its southern limit of distribution in the Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba, Canada. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):31-43.

  • Boone, R., Tardif, J., Westwood, R. 2004. Radial growth of oak and aspen near a coal-fired station, Manitoba, Canada. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):45-58.

  • Wood, C., Smith, D. 2004. Dendroglaciological evidence for a Neoglacial advance of the Saskatchewan Glacier, Banff National Park, Canadian Rocky Mountains. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):59-65.

  • LeBlanc, D. 2004. Message from outgoing Tree-Ring Society President. Tree-Ring Research 60(1):66.

  • Volume 60 Number 2
  • Tree-Ring Society Executive Board. 2004. Tree-Ring Research 60(2):68.

  • Speer, J.H., Holmes, R.L. 2004. Effects of pandora moth outbreaks on ponderosa pine wood volume. Tree-Ring Research 60(2):69-76.

  • Bunn, A.G., Sharac, T.J., Graumlich, L.J. 2004. Using a simulation model to compare methods of tree-ring detrending and to investigate the detectability of low-frequency signals. Tree-Ring Research 60(2):77-90.

  • Wight, G.D., Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2004. Dendrochronological dating of an Antebellum Period house, Forsyth County, Georgia, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 60(2):91-99.

  • Dobbertin, M.K., Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2004. Bibliographic communication: The Bibliography of Dendrochronology and the Glossary of Dendrochronology: Two new online tools for tree-ring research. Tree-Ring Research 60(2):101-104.

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  • Volume 61 Number 1 (2005)
  • Fowler, A., Lorrey, A., Crossley, P. 2005. Seasonal growth characteristics of Kauri. Tree-Ring Research 61(1):3–19.

  • Helama, S., Lindholm, M., Meriläinen, J., Timonen, M., Eronen, M. 2005. Multicentennial ring-width chronologies of Scots pine along a north-south gradient across Finland.  Tree-Ring Research 61(1):21–32.

  • Panyushkina, I.P., Ovtchinnikov, D.V., Adamenko, M.F. 2005. Mixed response of decadal variability in larch tree-ring chronologies from upper tree-lines of the Russian Altai. Tree-Ring Research 61(1):33–42.

  • Rayback, S.A., Henry, G.H.R. 2005. Dendrochronological potential of the Arctic dwarf-shrub Cassiope tetragona. Tree-Ring Research 61(1):43–53.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Paul E. Damon. Tree-Ring Research 61(1):55-56.

  • Volume 61 Number 2
  • Garfin, G.M., Hughes, M.K., Yu, L., Burns, J.M., Touchan, R., Leavitt, S.W., Zhisheng, A. 2005. Exploratory temperature and precipitation reconstructions from the Qinling Mountains, north-central China. Tree-Ring Research 61(2):59–72.

  • Phipps, R.L. 2005. Research report: Some geometric constraints on ring-width trend. Tree-Ring Research 61(2):73–76.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D., DeWeese, G.G., Williams, D.A. 2005. Research report: Tree-ring dating of the Karr-Koussevitzky double bass: A case study in dendromusicology. Tree-Ring Research 61(2):77–86.

  • Sheppard, P.R., Witten, M.L. 2005. Research report: Laser trimming tree-ring cores for dendrochemistry of metals. Tree-Ring Research 61(2):87–92.

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  • Volume 63, Number 1 (2007)
  • Liu, Y., Sun, J., Yang, Y., Cai, Q., Song, H., Shi, J., An, Z., Li, X., 2007. Tree-ring-derived precipitation records from Inner Mongolia, China, since A.D. 1627. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):3-14.

  • Xiao, S., Xiao, H., Kobayashi, O., Liu, P., 2007. Dendroclimatological investigations of sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) and reconstruction of the equilibrium line altitude of the July First Glacier in the Western Qilian Mountains, northwestern China. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):15-26.

  • Tian, Q., Wang, J., Gou, X., Zhang, Y., Peng, J., Chen, T., 2007. Tree-ring based drought reconstruction (A.D. 1855-2001) for the Qilian Mountains, northwestern China. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):27-36.

  • Nakamura, T., Okuno, M., Kimura, K., Mitsutani, T., Moriwaki, H., Ishizuka, Y., Kim, K.H., Jin, B.L., Oda, H., Minami, M., Takada, H., 2007. Application of 14C wiggle-matching to support dendrochronological analysis in Japan. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):37-46.

  • Čufar, K., 2007. Dendrochronology in archaeology and cultural heritage. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):47-60.

  • Brown, P.M., 2007. A modified increment borer handle for coring in locations with obstructions. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):61-62.

  • BOOK REVIEW— TRACE Proceedings, Steven W. Leavitt, Tree-Ring Research 63(1):63-64.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Bernhard Denneler. Tree-Ring Research 63(1):65.

  • Volume 63, Number 2 (2007)
  • Stanton, S., 2007. Effects of dwarf mistletoe on climate response of mature ponderosa pine trees. Tree-Ring Research 63(2):69-80.

  • Yuan, Y., Shao, X., Wei, W., Yu, S., Gong, Y., Trouet, V., 2007. The potential to reconstruct Manasi River streamflow in the northern Tien Shan Mountains (NW China). Tree-Ring Research 63(2):81-93.

  • Bekker, M.F., Heath, D.M., 2007. Dendroarchaeology of the Salt Lake Tablernacle, Utah. Tree-Ring Research 63(2):95-104.

  • Park, W.-K., Kim, Y-J., Seo, J.-W., Lee, J.-H., Wazny, T., 2007. Tree-ring dating of the Sinmu-Mun, the north gate of Kyungbok Palace in Seoul. Tree-Ring Research 63(2):105-109.

  • Moore, T., Malcomb, N., Wiles, G., 2007. Climate response of Dahurian larch in Secrest Arboretum, Wooster, Ohio, USA. Tree-Ring Research 63(2):111-115.

  • Levanič, T., 2008. ATRICS – A new system for image acquisition in dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Research 63(2):117-122.

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  • Volume 64, Number 1 (2008)
  • Čufar, K., de Luis, M., Zupančič, M., Eckstein, D., 2008. A 548-year tree-ring chronology of oak (Quercus spp.) for southeast Slovenia and its significance as a dating tool and climate archive. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):3-15.

  • Robichaud, A., Laroque, C.P., 2008. Dendroarchaeology in southwestern Nova Scotia and the construction of a regional red spruce chronology. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):17-25.

  • García-Gonzáles, I., 2008. Comparison of different distance measures for cluster analysis of tree-ring series. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):27-37.

  • Galicki, S.J., Davidson, G.R., Threlkeld, S.T., 2008. Element mobility in bald cypress xylem. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):39-46.

  • Ziegler, S.S., Larson, E., Rauchfuss, J., Elliott, G., 2008. Tree establishment during dry spells at an oak savanna in Minnesota. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):47-54.

  • Woodall, C.W., 2008. When is one core per tree sufficient to characterize stand attributes? Results of a Pinus ponderosa case study. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):55-60.

  • Heyerdahl, E.K., McKay, S.J., 2008. Condition of live fire-scarred ponderosa pine eleven years after removing partial cross-sections. Tree-Ring Research 64(1):61-64.

  • Volume 64, Number 2 (2008)
  • Arabas, K.B., Black,B., Lentile, L., Speer, J., Sparks, J., 2008. Disturbance history of a mixed conifer stand in central Idaho, USA. Tree-Ring Research 64(2):67-80. (Supplementary Material) 

  • Biondi, F., Qeadan, F., 2008. A theory-driven approach to tree-ring standardization: Defining the biological trend from expected basal area increment. Tree-Ring Research 64(2):81-96. (Supplementary Material)

  • Sheppard, P.R., Ort, M.H., Anderson, K.C., Elson, M.D., Vázquez-Selem, L.,Clemens, A.W., Little, N.C., Speakman, R.J., 2008. Multiple Dendrochronological Signals Indicate the Eruption of Parícutin Volcano, Michoacán, Mexico. Tree-Ring Research 64(2):97-108.

  • Hoshino, Y., Okochi, T., Mitsutani, T., 2008. Dendrochronological dating of vernacular folk crafts in northern Central Japan. Tree-Ring Research 64(2):109-114.

  • Li, J., Xu, C., Griffin, K.L., Schuster, W.S.F., 2008. Dendrochronological potential of Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii): A case study in the Black Rock Forest, New York. Tree-Ring Research 64(2):115-124.

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  • Volume 65, Number 1 (2009)
  • Leavitt, S.W. 2009. An issue devoted to southeastern dendrochronology: Editor's note. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):3.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D., 2009. PREFACE- An introduction to dendroarchaeology in the Southeastern United States. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):5-10.

  • Blankenship, S.A., Pike, M.G., DeWeese, G.G., van de Gevel, S.L., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., 2009. The dendroarchaeology of Cagel Saltpetre Cave: A Nineteenth Century saltpeter mining site in Van Buren County, Tennessee, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):11-22.

  • Slayton, J.D., Stevens, M.R., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Faulkner, C.H., 2009. The historical dendroarchaeology of two log structures at the Marble Springs Historic Site, Knox County, Tennessee, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):23-36.

  • Henderson, J.P., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., van de Gevel, S.L., Hart, J.L., 2009. The historical dendroarchaeology of the Hoskins House, Tannenbaum Historic Park, Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):37-46.

  • Lewis, D.B., Nelson, W.L., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Cook, E.R., Jones, R.D., 2009. Dendrochronological dating of eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginiana L.) logs from Alfred's Cabin, The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):47-56.

  • Mann, D.F., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Faulkner, C.H., Rehder, J.B., 2009. From blockhouse to hog house: The historical dendroarchaeology of the Swaggerty Blockhouse, Cocke County, Tennessee, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):57-68.

  • van de Gevel, S.L., Hart, J.L., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Robinson, K.W., 2009. Tree-ring dating of old-growth longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) logs from an exposed timber crib dam, Hope Mills, North Carolina, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):69-80.

  • Koerner, S.D., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Sullivan, L.P., DeWeese, G.G., 2009. A dendroarchaeological approach to Mississippian culture occupational history in Eastern Tennessee, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(1):81-90.

  • Grissino-Mayer, H.D. 2009. The 2008 Ameridendro Awards. Tree-Ring Research 65(1): 91-92.

  • Volume 65, Number 2 (2009)
  • Liang, E., Shao, X., Liu, X., 2009. Annual precipitation variation inferred from tree rings since A.D. 1770 for the western Qilian Mts., northern Tibetan Plateau. Tree-Ring Research 65(2):95-104.

  • Bhuta, A.A.R., Kennedy, L.M., Pederson, N., 2009.  Climate-radial growth relationships of northern latitudinal range margin longleaf pine (Pinus palustris P. Mill.) in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of southeastern Virginia. Tree-Ring Research 65(2):105-116.

  • Towner, R.H., Salzer, M.W., Parks, J.A., Barlow, K.R., 2009. Assessing the importance of past human behavior in dendroarchaeological research: Examples from Range Creek Canyon, Utah, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 65(2):117-128.

  • Fowler, A.M., 2009.  Variance stabilization revisited: A case for analysis based on data pooling.  Tree-Ring Research 65(2):129-146. (Erratum)

  • Stambaugh, M.C., Guyette, R.P., 2009.  Progress in constructing a long oak chronology from the Central United States. Tree-Ring Research 65(2):147-156.  (Supplementary Material)

  • Sparks, J.K.F., Bishop, G.I., 2009.  Evaluation of Sassafras albidum for dendrochronology. Tree-Ring Research 65(2):157-162. 

  • Csank, A.Z., 2009.  An International Tree-Ring Isotope Data bank—A proposed repository for tree-ring isotopic data.  Tree-Ring Research 65(2):163-164.  (Supplementary Material)

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  • Volume 67, Number 1 (2011)
  • Cedro, A., Iszkulo, G., 2011.  Do females differ from males of European yew (Taxus baccata L.) in dendrochronological analysis?  Tree-Ring Research 67(1):3-11.

  • Stan, A.B., Maertens, T.B., Daniels, L.D., Zeglen, S., 2011.  Reconstructing population dynamics of yellow-cedar in declining stands: Baseline information from tree rings.  Tree-Ring Research 67(1):13-25.

  • White, P.B., van de Gevel, S.L., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., LaForest, L.B., DeWeese, G.G., 2011.  Climatic response of oak species across an environmental gradient in the southern Appalachian Mountains, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 67(1):27-37.

  • Harley, G.L., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Horn, S.P., 2011.  The dendrochronology of Pinus elliottii in the Lower Florida Keys: Chronology development and climate response.   Tree-Ring Research 67(1):39-50.

  • Wise, E.K., 2011.  Incorporating climatological techniques to improve tree-ring site selection in complex terrain.   Tree-Ring Research 67(1):51-55.

  • Brown, P.M., Bhattacharyya, A., Shah, S.K., 2011.  Potential for developing fire histories in Chir pine (Pinus roxburghii) forests in the Himalayan foothills.  Tree-Ring Research 67(1):57-62.

  • Rauchfuss,J. 2011. SOFTWARE REVIEW — Autobox and its use in dendroecology.  Tree-Ring Research 67(1):63-64.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Austin Long. Tree-Ring Research 67(1):65.

  • Santiago-Blay, J.A., Lambert, J.B., Creasman, P.P., 2011. SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY— Expanded applications of dendrochronology collections: Collect and save exudates.  Tree-Ring Research 67(1):67-68.

  • Volume 67, Number 2 (2011)
  • Roden, J.S., Johnstone, J.A., Dawson, T.E., 2011.  Regional and watershed-scale coherence in the stable-oxygen and carbon isotope ratio time series in tree rings of coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens). Tree-Ring Research 67(2):71-86.

  • Griffin, D., Meko, D.M., Touchan, R., Leavitt, S.W., Woodhouse, C.A., 2011.  Latewood chronology development for summer-moisture reconstruction in the U.S. Southwest. Tree-Ring Research 67(2):87-101.

  • Creasman, P.P., 2011.  Basic principles and methods of dendrochronological curation. Tree-Ring Research 67(2):103-115.

  • Harley, G.L., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., LaForest, L.B., McCauley, P., 2011.  Dendrochronological dating of the Lund-Spatelf House, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 67(2):117-121.

  • Tyminski, W.P., 2011.  Preventing bark-caused increment borer jams: A modified technique for core extraction.  Tree-Ring Research 67(2):123-126.

  • Campbell, R., McCarroll, D., Robertson, I., Loader, N.J., Grudd, H., Gunnarson, B., 2011.  Blue Intensity in Pinus sylvestris tree rings: A manual for a new palaeoclimate proxy. Tree-Ring Research 67(2):127-134.

  • Brewer, P., Murphy, D., Jansma, E., 2011.  TRiCYCLE: A universal conversion tool for digital tree-ring data. Tree-Ring Research 67(2):135-144 (Supplementary Material)

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  • Volume 68, Number 1 (2012)
  • Jones, E.L., Daniels, L.D. 2012. Assessment of dendrochronological year-of-death estimates using permanent sample plot data. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):3-16.

  • Wagner, R.J., Kaye, M.W., Abrams, M.D., Hanson, P.J., Martin, M., 2012. Tree-ring growth and wood chemistry response to manipulated precipitation for two temperate Quercus species. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):17-29. (Supplementary Material

  • Poljanšek, S., Ballian, D., Nagel, T.A., Levanič, T., 2012. A 435-year-long European black pine (Pinus nigra) chronology for the central-western Balkan region. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):31-44.

  • Touchan, R., Baisan, C., Mitsopoulos, I.D., Dimitrakopoulos, A.P., 2012. Fire History in black pine (Pinus nigra Arn.) forests of the Valia Kalda, Pindus Mountains, Greece. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):45-50.

  • Jordan, D., Vander Gugten, K., 2012. Dendrochronological potential of Quercus garryana, Saltspring Island, British Columbia. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):51-58.

  • Therrell, M.D., Stahle, D.W. 2012. Tree-ring dating of an Arkansas antebellum plantation house. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):59-67.

  • Garland, N.A., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Deagan, K., Harley, G.L., Waters, G., 2012. Dendrochronological dating of wood from the Fountain of Youth Park Archaeological site (8SJ31), St. Augustine, Florida, U.S.A. Tree-Ring Research 68(1):69-78.

  • Volume 68, Number 2 (2012)
  • Creasman, P.P., Bannister, B., Towner, R.H., Dean, J.S., Leavitt, S.W., 2012. Reflections on the foundation, persistence, and growth of the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, circa 1930–1960. Tree-Ring Research 68(2):81-89.

  • Jomelli, V., Pavlova, I., Guin, O., Soliz-Gamboa, C., Contreras, A., Toivonen, J.M., Zetterberg, P., 2012. Analysis of the dendroclimatic potential of Polylepis pepei, P. subsericans and P. rugulosa in the Tropical Andes (Peru-Bolivia). Tree-Ring Research 68(2):91-103.

  • Anderson, S., Moser, C.L., Tootle, G.A., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Timilsena, J., Piechota, T., 2012. Snowpack reconstructions incorporating climate in the Upper Green River Basin (Wyoming). Tree-Ring Research 68(2):105-114.

  • Donato, D.C., Timme, S.H., 2012. A method for surfacing large log cross-sections for scanning and crossdating. Tree-Ring Research 68(2):115-119.

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  • Volume 69, Number 1 (2013)
  • Trouet, V., Van Oldenborgh, G.J., 2013. KNMI Climate Explorer: A web-based research tool for high-resolution paleoclimatology. Tree-Ring Research 69(1):3-13. (Supplementary Material) 

  • Tyminski, W.P., 2013. Dendro-Viticultural applications: A note. Tree-Ring Research 69(1):15-20.

  • Larson, E.R. Allen, S., Flinner, N.L., Labarge, S.G., Wilding, T.C. 2013. The need and means to update chronologies in a dynamic environment. Tree-Ring Research 69(1):21-27.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Reinhard Böhm, Tree-Ring Research 69(1):29.

  • IN MEMORIAM— William R. (Randy) Boggess, Tree-Ring Research 69(1):31-32.

  • Volume 69, Number 2 (2013)
  • Chhin, S., Chumack, K, Dahl, T.A., David, E.T., Kurzeja, P., Magruder, M., Telewski, F.W., 2013.  Growth-climate relationships of Pinus strobus in the floodway versus terrace forest along the banks of the Red Cedar River, Michigan.  Tree-Ring Research 69(2):37-47.

  • Koprowski, M., 2013.  Reaction of silver fir (Abies alba) growing outside its natural range to extreme weather events and long-term increase in March temperature.  Tree-Ring Research 69(2):49-61. (Supplementary Material)

  • Paredes-Villanueva, K., Sánchez-Salguero, R., Manzanedo, R.D., Quevedo Sopepi, R., Palacios, G., Navarro-Cerrillo, R.M., 2013.  Growth rate and climatic response of Machaerium scleroxylon in a dry tropical forest in southeastern Santa Cruz, Bolivia.  Tree-Ring Research 69(2):63-79.

  • Brice, B., Lorion, K.K., Griffin, D., Macalady, A.K., Guiterman, C.H., Speer, J.H., Benakoun, L.R., Cutter, A., Hart, M.E., Murray, M.P., Nash, S.E., Shepard, R., Stewart, A.K., Wang, H., 2013.  Signal strength in sub-annual tree-ring chronologies from Pinus ponderosa in northern New Mexico.  Tree-Ring Research 69(2):81-86.

  • Hook, B., Halfar, J., Gedalof, Z., Bollmann, J., 2013.  Controlled breaking of mummified wood for use in paleoenvironmental analysis.  Tree-Ring Research 69(2):87-92.

  • Touchan, R., Meko, D.M., Ballesteros-Cánovas, J.A., Sánchez-Salguero, R., Camarero, J.J., Kerchouche, D., Muntan, E., Khabcheche, M., Blanco, J.A., Rodriguez Morata, C., Garófano-Gómez, V., Martín, L.A., Alfaro-Sánchez, R., Garah, K., Hevia, A., Madrigal-González, J., Sánchez-Miranda, A., Shestakova, T.A., Tabakova, M., 2013.  Dendrochronology course in Valsaín Forest, Segovia, Spain. Tree-Ring Research 69(2):93-100.

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  • Volume 70, Number 1 (2014)
  • Stoffel, M., Corona, C., 2014.  Dendroecological dating of geomorphic disturbance in trees.  Tree-Ring Research 70(1):3-20.

  • Edmondson, J., Friedman, J., Meko, D., Touchan, R., Scott, J., Edmondson, A., 2014.  Dendroclimatic potential of plains cottonwood (Populus deltoides subsp. monolifera) from the Northern Great Plains, USA.  Tree-Ring Research 70(1):21-30.

  • Stachowiak, L.A., Schneider, E.A., Rochner, M.L., Collins, S.A., Swiney, C.P., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., Mackenzie, T.G., 2014.  Dendrochronological dating of the historic McKenzie Home, Meigs County, Tennessee, USA.  Tree-Ring Research 70(1):31-39.

  • Druckenbrod, D.L., Chakowski, N., 2014.  Dendrochronological dating of two tulip poplars on the west lawn of Monticello.  Tree-Ring Research 70(1):41-48.

  • Suarez, M.L., 2014.  Revisiting a small part of the early work of LaMarche and collaborators in South America.  Tree-Ring Research 70(1):49-53.

  • BOOK REVIEW— Microscopic Preparation Techniques for Plant Stem Analysis, C. A. Copenheaver, A. Zink-Sharp, Tree-Ring Research 70(1):55-56.

  • ERRATUM (Paredes-Villanueva et al. 2013).  Tree-Ring Research 70(1):57. 

  • Volume 70, Number 2 (2014)
  • Barclay, D.J., Pederson, N., Griggs, C., 2014. PREFACE- Tree-ring studies in New York State: Past and present. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):61-64.

  • Martin-Benito, D., Pederson, N., McDonald, M., Krusic, P., Fernandez, J.M., Buckley, B., Anchukaitis, K.J., D'Arrigo, R., Andreu-Hayles, L., Cook, E., 2014. Dendrochronological dating of the World Trade Center ship, Lower Manhattan, New York City. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):65-77.

  • Barclay, D.J., Rayburn, J.A., 2014. Tree-ring dating of historic buildings in Willsboro, northeastern New York, and development of regional chronologies for dendroarchaeology. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):79-90.

  • Kappel, W.M., 2014. Dating hydrologic and geomorphic change using dendrochronology in Tully Valley, central New York: A summary. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):91-99.

  • Riddle, J., Pederson, N., Stella, J.C., Leopold, D.J., 2014. Shifting climate sensitivity and contrasting growth trends in Juniperus species growing together at opposite range margins. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):101-111.

  • Cook, E.R, 2014. Early days of dendrochronology in the Hudson Valley of New York: Some reminiscences and reflections. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):113-118.

  • David, E.T., Chhin, S., Skole, D., 2014. Dendrochronological potential and productivity of tropical tree species in Western Kenya. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):119-135.

  • Yu, M., Cheng, X., He, Z., Wu, T., Yin, Z., 2014. Longitudinal variation of ring width, wood density and basal area increment in 26-year-old loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) trees. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):137-144.

  • Navarro-Cerrillo, R.M., Sánchez-Salguero, R., Manzanedo, R.D., Camarero, J.J., Fernández-Cancio, A., 2014. Site and age condition the growth responses to climate and drought of relict Pinus nigra subsp. salzmannii populations in southern Spain. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):145-155. (Supplementary Material)

  • Loader, N.J., Waterhouse, J.S., 2014. An extractor device for stuck or broken increment borers. Tree-Ring Research 70(2):157-160.

  • BOOK REVIEW— Fundamentals of Tree-Ring Research, C.A. Copenheaver, A. Zink-Sharp, Tree-Ring Research 70(2):161-162.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Won-Kyu Park, Tree-Ring Research 70(2):163-165.

  • IN MEMORIAM— James R. McClenahen, Tree-Ring Research 70(2):167.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Elsie Winnifred Downey, Tree-Ring Research 70(2):169-170.

  • Volume 70, Number 3 (2014) [Published jointly with the journal Radiocarbon]
  • Pearson, C.L. Kuhn, S.L. 2014.  Preface.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):iii-iv.

  • Jull, A.J.T, Leavitt, S.W., 2014.  Editor’s note.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):v-vi.

  • Wiener, M.H., 2014.  The interaction of climate change and agency in the collapse of civilizations ca. 2300–2000 BC.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S1-S16.

  • Quade, J., Li, S., Stiner, M.C., Clark, A.E., Mentzer, S.M., Özbaşaran, M., 2014.   Radiocarbon dating, mineralogy, and isotopic composition of hackberry endocarps from the Neolithic site of Aşıklı Höyük, central Turkey.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S17-S26.

  • Kondopoulou, D., Zananiri, I., Rathossi, C., de Marco, E., Spatharas, V., Hasaki, E., 2014.  An archaeometric and archaeological approach to Hellenistic–Early Roman ceramic workshops in Greece: Contribution to dating.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S27-S38.

  • Ważny, T., Lorentzen, B., Köse, N., Akkemik, Ü., Boltryk, Y., Güner, T., Kyncl, J., Kyncl, T., Nechita, C., Sagaydak, S., Vasileva, J.K., 2014.  Bridging the gaps in tree-ring records: Creating a high-resolution dendrochronological network for southeastern Europe.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S39-S50.

  • Pearson, C.L., Ważny, T., Kuniholm, P.I., Botić, K., Durman, A., Seufer, K., 2014.  Potential for a new multimillennial tree-ring chronology from subfossil Balkan River oaks.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S51-S60.

  • Touchan, R., Meko, D.M., Anchukaitis, K.J., 2014.  Dendroclimatology in the Eastern Mediterranean.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S61-S68.

  • Trouet, V., 2014.  A tree-ring based late summer temperature reconstruction (AD 1675–1980) for the northeastern Mediterranean.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S69-S78.

  • Brewer, P.W., 2014.  Data management in dendroarchaeology using Tellervo. Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S79-S84.

  • Creasman, P.P., 2014.  Tree Rings and the chronology of ancient Egypt.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S85-S92.

  • Kuniholm, P.I., Newton, M., Sherbiny, H., Bassir, H., 2014.  Dendrochronological dating in Egypt: Work accomplished and future prospects.  Tree-Ring Research 70(3):S93-S99.

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Volume 71, Number 1 (2015) [Note that this is the first issue published online.]

  • Hallman, C., Arnott, H., 2015.  Morphological and physiological phenology of Pinus longaeva in the White Mountains of California.  Tree-Ring Research 71(1):1-12.

  • Gildehaus, S., Arabas, K., Larson, E., Copes-Gerbitz, K., 2015.  The dendroclimatological potential of Willamette Valley Quercus garryana. Tree-Ring Research 71(1):13-23.  

  • Guardiola-Albert, C., Ballesteros-Cánovas, J.A., Stoffel, M., Díez-Herrero, A., 2015.  How to improve dendrogeomorphological sampling: Variogram analyses of wood density using x-ray computed tomography.  Tree-Ring Research 71(1):25-36.  

  • Shah, S.K., Touchan, R., Babushkina, E., Shishov, V.V., Meko, D.M., Abramenko, O.V., Belokopytova, L.V., Hordos, M., Jevsenak, J., Kędziora, W., Kostyakova, T.V., Moskwa, A., Oleksiak, Z., Omurova, G., Ovchinnikov, S., Sadeghpour, M., Saikia, A., Zsewastynowicz, L., Sidenko, T., Strantsov, A., Tamkevičiūtė, M., Tomusiak, R., Tychkov, I., 2015.  August to July precipitation from tree rings in the forest-steppe zone of central Siberia (Russia).  Tree-Ring Research 71(1):37-44.  (Supplementary Material)

  • IN MEMORIAM— Gordon Jacoby Jr., Tree-Ring Research 71(1):45-46.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Vincent Roy Switsur, Tree-Ring Research 71(1):47-49.

  • IN MEMORIAM— Thomas G. Siccama, Tree-Ring Research 71(1):51-52.

  • Volume 71, Number 2 (2015)
  • Stahle, D.W., Edmondson, J.R., Burns, J.N., Stahle, D.K., Burnette, D.J., Kvamme, E., LeQuesne, C., Therrell, M.D., 2015. Bridging the gap with subfossil Douglas-fir at Mesa Verde, Colorado. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):53-66.

  • Guiterman, C.H., Margolis, E.Q., Swetnam, T.W., 2015. Dendroecological methods for reconstructing high-severity fire in pine-oak forests. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):67-77.

  • Yocom Kent, L.L., Fulé, P.Z., 2015 Do rules of thumb measure up? Characteristics of fire-scarred trees and samples. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):78-82.

  • Panyushkina, I.P., Leavitt, S.W., Domack, E.W., Wiedenhoeft, A.C., 2015. Tree-ring investigation of Holocene flood-deposited wood from the Oneida Lake watershed, New York State. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):83-94.

  • Pompa-García, M., Camarero, J.J., 2015. Reconstructing evaporation from pine tree rings in northern Mexico. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):95-105.

  • Babushkina, E.A., Vaganov, E.A., Belokopytova, L.V., Shishov, V.V., Grachev, A.M., 2015. Competitive strength effect in the climate response of Scots pine radial growth in south-central Siberia forest-steppe. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):106-117.

  • Arenas-Castro, S., Fernández-Haeger, J., Jordano-Barbudo, D., 2015. A method for tree-ring analysis using DIVA-GIS freeware on scanned core images. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):118-129. (Supplementary Material)

  • Minor, J.J., Arizpe, A.H., 2015. Trimming and planing rough-cut wood for efficient dendrochronological sample preparation and storage. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):130-134.

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Volume 72, Number 1 (2016)
  • DeRose, J.R., Bekker, M.F., Kjelgren, R., Buckley, B.M., Speer, J.H., Allen, E.B., 2016.  Dendrochronology of Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma (Torr.) Little). Tree-Ring Research 72(1):1-14.
  • Gentilesca, T., Todaro, L., Ripullone, F., Saracino, A., Moretti, N., Borghetti, M., 2016.  Dating wooden beams from the Grancia Monastic Abbey in southern Italy. Tree-Ring Research 72(1):15-22.
  • Kłusek, M., Grabner, M., 2016.  X-ray densitometry of Norway spruce subfossil wood from the Austrian Alps.  Tree-Ring Research 72(1):23-34.  (Supplementary Material)
  • Chen, F., Yuan, Y.-J., Zhang, R.-B., Wang, H.-Q., Shang, H.-M., Zhang, T.-W., Qin, L., Fan, Z.-A., 2016.  Precipitation variations in the eastern part of the Hexi Corridor during AD 1765–2010 reveal changing precipitation signal in Gansu. Tree-Ring Research 71(1):35-43.
  • Maxwell, J.T., 2016.  The benefit of including rarely-used species in dendroclimatic reconstructions: A case study using Juglans nigra in south-central Indiana, USA. Tree-Ring Research 71(2):44-52.
  • Volume 72, Number 2 (2016)
  • Torbenson, M. C. A., Stahle, D. W., Villanueva Díaz, J., Cook, E. R., Griffin, D., 2016.  The relationship between earlywood and latewood ring-growth across North America. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):53-66. (Supplementary Material)
  • Panyushkina, I. P., Shishov, V. V., Grachev, A. M., Knorre, A. A., Kirdyanov, A. V., Leavitt, S. W., Vaganov, E. A., Chebykin, E. P., Zhuchenko, N. A., Hughes, M. K., 2016.  Trends in elemental concentrations of tree rings from the Siberian Arctic. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):67-77. (Supplementary Material)
  • Taormina, R., Speer, J. H., 2016.  Forgotten Waterways: Analyzing Beams from the Wabash and Erie Canal. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):78-90. 
  • Bekker, M. F., Naylor V. J., 2016.  Dendrochronology and the complex history of the William Hawk Cabin, Salt Lake City, Utah. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):91-102.
  • Brookhouse, M., Campbell, R., 2016.  Application of the minimum blue-intensity technique to a Southern-Hemisphere conifer. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):103-107.
  • E. Kennedy Sutherland, I. A. Mundo, 2016. Meeting Report: The 2016 AmeriDendro Awards. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):108-110.
  • Dean, J. S., Towner, R. H., 2016.  Notice— Bryant Bannister. Tree-Ring Research 72(2):111.

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 Volume 73, Number 1 (2017)
  • Nie, C.-Y., Zhang, Q.-B., Lyu, L., 2017.  Millennium-long tree-ring chronology reveals megadroughts on the southeastern Tibetan Plateau. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):1-10.
  • Wilding, T., Woodhouse, C., 2017.  Assessing the potential of pinyon pine for climate reconstructions in eastern California. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):11-23.
  • Angers, V.A., Bergeron, Y., Drapeau, P., 2017.  Crossdating dead trees: Does sampling height influence results? Tree-Ring Research 73(1):24-34.
  • Copenheaver, C.A., Dawson, D.E., Garza, M.N., Nemens, D.G., 2017.  Dendroclimatic responses of sugar maple tapped for maple syrup: A case study from Pennsylvania. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):35-41.
  • Huffman, J.M., Rother, M.T., 2017.  Dendrochronological field methods for fire history in pine ecosystems of the Southeastern Coastal Plain. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):42-46.  
  • Prokop, O., Kolář, T., Kyncl, T., Rybníček, M., 2017.  Updating the Czech millennia-long oak tree-ring width chronology. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):47-52. 
  • Aguilera-Betti, I., Muñoz, A.A., Stahle, D., Figueroa, G., Duarte, F., González-Reyes, A., Christie, D., Lara, A., González, M. E., Sheppard, P.R., Sauchyn, D., Moreira-Muñoz, A., Toledo-Guerrero, I., Olea, M., Apaz, P., Fernandez, A., 2017.  The first millennium-age Araucaria araucana specimen in Patagonia. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):53-56.  
  • IN MEMORIAM— Paul C. Van Deusen. Tree-Ring Research 73(1):57-58.
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  • Volume 73, Number 2 (2017)
  • Abrams, M.D., Umeki, K., Bouma, C., Nabeshima, E., Toyama, K., 2017. A dendroecological analysis of forest dynamics for old-growth Abies-Tsuga-Quercuson the Boso peninsula, southeastern Japan. Tree-Ring Research 73(2):59-74.
  • Kletetschka, G., Procházka, V., Fantucci, R., Trojek, T., 2017.  Survival response of Larix sibirica to the Tunguska explosion.  Tree-Ring Research 73(2):75-90.
  • Matheus, T.J., Maxwell, J.T., Harley, G.L., 2017.  A method for measuring sub-annual ring widths of Pinus edulisfor seasonal climate reconstructions.  Tree-Ring Research 73(2):91-101.
  • Panyushkina, I.P., Leavitt, S.W., Mode, W.N., 2017.  A 1400-yr Bølling-Allerød tree-ring record from the U.S. Great Lakes region. Tree-Ring Research 73(2):102-112. (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Clark, P.W., Speer, J.H., Winship, L.J., 2017.  Identifying and separating Pandora moth outbreaks and climate from a 1500-year ponderosa pine chronology from central Oregon.  Tree-Ring Research 73(2):113-125.
  • Susperregi, J., Jansma, E., 2017.  Towards a better chronology of Basque heritage using time-series from renovation waste.  Tree-Ring Research 73(2):126-135.  
  • Rochner, M.L., van de Gevel, S., Spond, M.D., Grissino-Mayer, H.D., 2017.  Using dendrochronology to investigate the historical and educational value of two log structures at Bear Paw State Natural Area, North Carolina, USA.  Tree-Ring Research 73(2):136-148.  
  • Heyerdahl, E.K., McKay, S.J., 2017.  Condition of live fire-scarred ponderosa pine twenty-one years after removing partial cross-sections.  Tree-Ring Research 73(2):149-153. 
 Volume 74, Number 1 (2018)
  • Alfaro-Sánchez, R., Camarero, J.J., Sánchez-Salguero, R., Trouet, V., De las Heras, J., 2018.  How do droughts and wildfires alter seasonal radial growth in Mediterranean Aleppo pine forests? Tree-Ring Research 74(1):1-14. (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Ghalem, A., Barbosa, I., Bouhraoua, R.K., Costa, A., 2018.  Climate signal in cork-ring chronologies: A case study at Portugal (Benavente) and Algeria (Hafir-Zarieffet).  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):15-27.
  • Guan, B.T., Wright, W.E., Cook, E.R., 2018.  Ensemble empirical mode decomposition as an alternative for tree-ring chronology development.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):28-38.
  • Gao, L., Zhang, Y., Wang, X., Zhang, C., Liu, L., 2018.  Sensitivity of three dominant tree species from the upper boundary of their forest type to climate change at Changbai Mountain, northeastern China.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):39-49.
  • Opała-Owczarek, M., Owczarek, P., Rahmonov, O., Niedźwiedź, T., 2018.  The first dendrochronological dating of timber from Tajikistan – Potential for developing a millennial tree-ring record.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):50-62. 
  • Carlón-Allende, T., Villanueva-Díaz, J., Mendoza, M.E., Pérez-Salicrup, D.R., 2018.  Climatic signal in earlywood and latewood in conifer forests in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):63-75.  
  • Islam, M., Rahman, M., Bräuning, A., 2018.  Growth-ring boundary anatomy and dendrochronological potential in a moist tropical forest in northern Bangladesh.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):76-93.  (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Rodríguez-Ramírez, E.C., Luna-Vega, I., Rozas, V., 2018.  Tree-ring research of Fagus grandifoliasubsp. mexicana, a relict tree endemic to eastern Mexico.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):94-107.  
  • Ortiz-Quijano, A.B., Cuevas-Cardona, M.C., Villanueva-Díaz, J., López-Mata, L., Sánchez-González, A., 2018.  Dendrochronological reconstruction of environmental history of Fagus grandifoliasubsp. mexicanain Mexico.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):108-119.  
  • Amoroso, M., Speer, J.H., Daniels, L., Villalba, R., Cook, E., Stahle, D., Srur, A., Tardif, J., Conciatori, F., Aciar, E., Arco, J., Bonada, A., Coulthard, B., Haney, J., Isaac-Renton, M., Magalhães, J., Marcotti, E., Meglioli, P., Montepeluso, M.S., Oelkers, R., Pearl, J., Garcia, M.P., Robson, J., Catón, M.R., Soto, P., Young, A., 2018.  South American Dendroecological Fieldweek 2016: Exploring dendrochronological research in northern Patagonia.  Tree-Ring Research 74(1):120-131.
  • IN MEMORIAM— Keith R. Briffa, Tree-Ring Research 74(1):132-133.

Volume 74, Number 2 (2018)

  • Alexander, M.R., Rollinson, C.R., Moore, D.J.P., Speer, J.H., Rubino, D.L., 2018.  Determination of death dates of coarse woody debris of multiple species in the Central Hardwood Region (Indiana, USA). Tree-Ring Research 74(2):135-143.  
  • Génova, M., Díez-Herrero, A., Furdada, G., Guinau, M., Victoriano, A., 2018.  Dendrogeomorphological evidence of flood frequency changes and human activities (Portane Basin, Spanish Pyrenees).  Tree-Ring Research 74(2):144-161.
  • de Assis Pereira, G., Barbosa, A.C.M.C., Torbenson, M.C.A., Stahle, D.W., de Souza, D.G., dos Santos, R.M., Barbosa, J.P.D., 2018.  The climate response of Cedrela fissilisannual ring width in the Rio São Francisco Basin, Brazil.  Tree-Ring Research 74(2):162-171.
  • Pettit, J.L. DeRose, J., Long, J., 2018.  Climatic drivers of ponderosa pine growth in central Idaho.  Tree-Ring Research 74(2):172-184.
  • Ratcliff, C.J., Voelker, S.L., Nolin, A.W., 2018.  Tree-ring carbon isotope records from the western Oregon Cascade Mountains primarily record summer maximum temperatures.  Tree-Ring Research 74(2):185-195.  
  • Pompa-García, M., Venegas-González, A., Júnior, A.A., Sigala-Rodríguez, J.A., 2018.  Dendroecological approach to assessing carbon accumulation dynamics in two Pinusspecies from northern Mexico. Tree-Ring Research 74(2):196-209. 
  • Jevšenak, J., Džeroski, S., Zavadlav, S., Levanič, T., 2018.  A machine learning approach to analyzing the relationship between temperatures and multi-proxy tree-ring records.  Tree-Ring Research 74(2):210-224.  (Supplementary Material PDF: TableS1 and R-File)

 Volume 75, Number 1 (2019)

  • Vitas, A., Zunde, M., 2019.  Sapwood rings estimation of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestrisL.) in Lithuania and Latvia. Tree-Ring Research 75(1):1-13.  
  • Dee, J.R., Palmer, M.W., 2019.  Utility of herbaceous annual rings as markers of plant response to disturbance: A case study using roots of a common milkweed species of the US tallgrass prairie.  Tree-Ring Research 75(1):14-24.
  • Soulé, P.T., Maxwell, J.T., Knapp, P.A., 2019.  Climate-growth responses from Pinus ponderosa trees using multiple measures of annual radial growth.  Tree-Ring Research 75(1):25-33.
  • Brown, P.M., Gannon, B., Battaglia, M.A., Fornwalt, P.J., Huckaby, L.S., Cheng, A.S., Baggett, L.S., 2019.  Identifying old trees to inform ecological restoration in montane forests of the central Rocky Mountains, USA.  Tree-Ring Research 75(1):34-48.
  • Marshall, L.A., Falk, D.A., McDowell, N.G., 2019.  Nitrogen can limit overstory tree growth following extreme stand density increase in a ponderosa pine forest.  Tree-Ring Research 75(1):49-60.
  • Salzer, M.W., Pearson, C.L., Baisan, C.H., 2019. Dating the Methuselah Walk bristlecone pine floating chronologies.  Tree-Ring Research 75(1):61-66.
  • Helcoski, R., Tepley, A.J., McGarvey, J.C., Gonzalez-Akre, E., Meakem, V., Thompson, J.R., Anderson-Teixeira, K.J., 2019.  No significant increase in tree mortality following coring in a temperate hardwood forest.  Tree-Ring Research 75(1):67-72.

 Volume 75, Number 2 (2019)

  • Bhandari, S., Gaire, N.P., Shah, S.K., Speer, J.H., Bhuju, D.R., Thapa, U.K., 2019.  A 307-year tree-ring SPEI precipitation reconstruction indicates modern drought in western Nepal Himalayas. Tree-Ring Research 75(2):73-85.  
  • Nautiyal, A., Rawat, G.S., Ramesh, K., Kannan, R., Stephenson, S.L., 2019.  Seasonal precipitation signal in earlywood and latewood ring width chronologies of Pinus roxburghii.  Tree-Ring Research 75(2):86-100. (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Barbosa, A.C., Stahle, D.W., Burnette, D.J., Torbenson, M.C.A., Cook, E.R., Bunkers, M.J., Garfin, G., Villalba, R., 2019.  Meteorological factors associated with frost rings in Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine at Mt. Goliath, Colorado.  Tree-Ring Research 75(2):101-115.
  • Fletcher, T., Touchan, R., Lepley, K., Rouini, N., Bloye, R., Tremarelli, T.S., Peña, K., Meko, D.M., 2019.  Two reconstructions of August–July precipitation for central northern Arizona from tree rings.  Tree-Ring Research 75(2):116-126. (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Kilpatrick, M., Roberts, J., Biondi, F., 2019.  Fire history of an old-growth ponderosa pine stand in the Sheep Range, Desert National Wildlife Refuge, Nevada, USA. Tree-Ring Research 75(2):127-138. (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Fowler, A.M., Boswijk, G., Lorrey, A., 2019.  Identifying and quantifying tree-ring chronology variance artefacts related to co-occurring changes in growth rate.  Tree-Ring Research 75(2):139-151. 
  • Manzanedo, R.D., Pederson, N., 2019.  Towards a more ecological dendroecology.  Tree-Ring Research 75(2):152-159.

Volume 76, Number 1 (2020)

  • Strong, W. L, 2020.  A direct comparison of sympatric high-latitude Pinus contorta and Picea albertiana ring-width chronologies.  Tree-Ring Research 76(1):1-10. (Supplementary material PDF) 
  • Albiero-Júnior, A., Venegas-González, A., Rodríguez-Catón, M., Oliveira, J.M., Longhi-Santos, T., Galvão, F., Temponi, L.G. Botosso, P.C., 2020.  Edge effects modify the growth dynamics and climate sensitivity of Araucaria angustifolia trees.  Tree-Ring Research 76(1):11-26.
  • Brown, S.R., Baysinger, A., Brown, P.M., Cheek, J.L., Diez, J.M., Gentry, C.M., Grant III, T.A., St. Jacques, J.-M., Jordan, D.A., Leef, M.L., Rourke, M.K., Speer, J.H., Spradlin, C.E., Stevens, J.T., Stone, J.R., Van Winkle, B., Zeibig-Kichas, N.E., 2020.  Fire history across forest types in the Southern Beartooth Mountains, Wyoming.  Tree-Ring Research 76(1):27-39.
  • Szymczak, S., Bräuning, A., Häusser, M., Garel, E., Huneau, F., Santoni, S., 2020.  A dendroecological fire history for central Corsica/France.  Tree-Ring Research 76(1):40-53.
  • Klutsch, J.G., Kee, C.X., Cappa, E.P., Ratcliffe, B., Thomas, B.R., Erbilgin, N., 2020.  Increment coring-induced traumatic resin ducts in white spruce but not in lodgepole pine.  Tree-Ring Research 76(1):54-58. 
  • IN MEMORIAM— Wallace S. Broecker, Tree-Ring Research 76(1):59-60.

 Volume 76, Number 2 (2020)

  • Margolis, E.Q., Lombardo, K., Smith, A., 2020.  Dendrochronology of a rare, long-lived mediterranean shrub.  Tree-Ring Research 76(2):61-73. (Supplementary Material PDF)
  • Chavardès, R.D., Daniels, L.D., Eskelson, B.N.I., Gedalof, Z., 2020.  Using complementary drought proxies improves interpretations of fire histories in montane forests.  Tree-Ring Research 76(2):74-88.
  • Montpellier, E.E., Knapp, P.A., Soulé, P.T., Maxwell, J.T., 2020.  Microelevational differences affect longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) sensitivity to tropical cyclone precipitation: A case study using LiDAR.  Tree-Ring Research 76(2):89-93.
  • Aguilera-Betti, I., Lucas, C., Ferrero, M.E., Muñoz, A.A., 2020.  A network for advancing dendrochronology, dendrochemistry and dendrohydrology in South America.  Tree-Ring Research 76(2):94-101.
  • BOOK REVIEW— Dendroecology: Principles and Practice, R.D. Manzanedo, Tree-Ring Research 76(2):102-103.
  • BOOK REVIEW— Tree Story: The History of the World Written in Rings, K. Čufar, Tree-Ring Research 76(2):104-105.
  • IN MEMORIAM— Fritz Hans Schweingruber, Tree-Ring Research 76(2):106-107.
    Volume 77, Number 1 (2021)
    • Ding, A.-J., Xiao, S.-C., Tian, Q.-Y., and Han, C., 2021. Correcting eccentric growth rings using basal area increment: A case study for a desert shrub in northwestern China.  Tree-Ring Research 77(1):1-9.
    • Sochová, I., Kolář, T., Rybníček, M., 2021. A review of oak dendrochronology in Eastern Europe.  Tree-Ring Research 77(1):10-19.
    • Pritchett, D.W., 2021. Finding Methuselah: New light on an old story. Tree-Ring Research 77(1):20-31. (Supplementary Material PDF1, PDF2)
    • Seyfullayev, F., St. George, S., Farzaliyev, V., Guillet, S., Stoffel, M., Thapa, U.K., 2021. The dendroclimatological potential of common yew (Taxus baccata L.) from southern Azerbaijan. Tree-Ring Research 77(1):32-37. (Supplementary Material PDF)
    • IN MEMORIAM− Minze Stuiver, Tree-Ring Research 77(1):38-40.
       Volume 77, Number 2 (2021)
      • Requena-Rojas, E.J., Amoroso, M.M., Ticse-Otarola, G., Crispin-Delacruz, D., 2021. Assessing dendrochronological potential of Escallonia myrtilloides in the High Andes of Peru.  Tree-Ring Research 77(2):41-52.
      • Khasanov, B.F., Karpukhin, A.A., Krenke, N.A., Pevzner, M.M., Tarabardina, O.A., Vasyukov, D.D., Yermokhin, M.V., Savinetsky, A.B., 2021. Long oak tree-ring chronologies from Central Russia and their potential for dating.  Tree-Ring Research 77(2):53-62.
      • Abella-Gutiérrez, J., Touchan, R., Boehm, J., Bolles, K., Treviño, A.M., Swarts, K., Uliana, L., Meko, D.M., 2021. Oceanic influence on Chiricahua Mountains drought observed in a 383-year Douglas-fir reconstruction. Tree-Ring Research 77(2):63-73. (Supplementary Material PDF)
      • Fabiánová, A., Šilhán, K., 2021. The growth responses of Picea abies (L.) Karst. to increment borer wounding. Tree-Ring Research 77(2):74-85.
      • Griffin, D., Porter, S.T., Trumper, M.L., Carlson, K.E., Crawford, D.J., Schwalen, D., McFadden, K.H., 2021. Gigapixel macro photography of tree rings. Tree-Ring Research 77(2):86-94.
      • IN MEMORIAM− Richard Lee Warren, Tree-Ring Research 77(2):95-96.

      Volume 78, Number 1 (2022)

      Bonada, A., Amoroso, M., Gedalof, Z., 2022. The first network of tree-ring chronologies for co-occurring Nothofagus nervosa and Nothofagus obliqua along a precipitation gradient in Patagonia, Argentina. Tree-Ring Research 78(1):1–12. (Supplementary Material PDF)

      Dye, L.A., Pearl, J.K., Smith, L., Coulthard, B.L., Butkiewicz, C., Cooper, Z., Degrand, J., Friedman, J., Homfeld, I.K., Howard, H., Ironcloud, L., Wray, S., 2022. Co-occurring Pinus species exhibit differing climate–growth relationships.  Tree-Ring Research 78(1):13–24.

      González-Cásares, M., Pompa-García, M., Padilla-Martínez, J.R., 2022. Pith eccentricity, basal area increments and disturbances inferred from tree-ring growth. Tree-Ring Research 78(1):25–35.

      Towner, R.H., Renteria, R.R., 2022. Culturally modified trees: Peeled and scarred ponderosa pine trees in the Zuni Mountains, New Mexico, USA.  Tree-Ring Research 78(1):36–44.

      Collins-Key, S.A., Rochner, M.L., Stachowiak, L.A., Schneider, E.A., 2022. Using dendroecology to strengthen the historic integrity of Cumberland Homesteads Tower in Crossville, Tennessee. Tree-Ring Research 78(1):45–55.

      Susperregi, J., and Jansma, E., 2022. Absolute age determinations of rural Basque furniture using dendrochronology: A pilot study of four granary chests and a wardrobe. Tree-Ring Research 78(1):56-70.

      IN MEMORIAM− Stepan G. Shiyatov, Tree-Ring Research 78(1):71–72.

       Volume 78, Number 2 (2022)

        Paredes-Villanueva, K., Boom, A., Ottenburghs, J., van der Sleen, P., Manzanedo, R.D., Bongers, F., Zuidema, P.A., 2022. Isotopic characterization of Cedrela to verify species and regional provenance of Bolivian timber. Tree-Ring Research 78(2):73–89. (Supplementary Material PDF)

        Jiang, Y., Yuan, S., Jiao, L., 2022. Radial growth of Picea schrenkianain influenced by increasing temperature in the Tianshan Mountains. Tree-Ring Research 78(2):90–99.

        Kessler, N.V., Welch, P.D., Butler, B.M., Brennan, T.K., Towner, R.H., Hodgins, G.W.L., 2022. Wiggle-matched red cedar from a pre-monumental occupation at Kincaid Mounds, Illinois, USA. Tree-Ring Research 78(2):100–112.

        Trinies, C.A., Bunn, A.G., Robertson, C.S., Anchukaitis, K.J., 2022. Dendroclimatology of yellow-cedar (Callitropsis nootkatensi) and temperature variability on the western slopes of the North Cascades in Washington State, USA, from 1333 to 2015 CE. Tree-Ring Research 78(2):113–128.

        Kędziora, W., Tomusiak, R., Touchan, R., Meko, D., Anarbekova, A., Baverstock, J., Chahine, T., Khotyanovskaya, Y., Kostyakova, T., Peresunko, P., Rezsöhazy, J., Szyc, K., Tychkov, I., Upadhyay, K.K., 2022. PDSI reconstructions from tree rings in central Siberia (Russia). Tree-Ring Research 78(2):129-139. (Supplementary Material PDF)

        Copenheaver, C. A., Van De Gevel, S.L., Downing, A.K., Coates, T.A., 2022. Reducing the risk of sexual misconduct at dendrochronology conferences and workshops. Tree-Ring Research 78(2):140–149.

        Baudet, M., Östlund, L., 2022. Collecting cores to age hollow trees: A research note on Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). Tree-Ring Research 78(2):150–155.

        IN MEMORIAM− Dieter Eckstein, Tree-Ring Research 78(2):156–162.

          Volume 79, Number 1 (2023)

          Kasatkina, E. A., Shumilov, O. I., Timonen, M., Potorochin, E. O., 2023. Millennial-scale solar variability in tree rings of northern Fennoscandia at the end of the Holocene. Tree-Ring Research 79(1):1–11.

          Cuapio-Hernández, L., J. L. Reyes-Ortiz, A. Borja de la Rosa, N. P. Pavón, M. López-Herrera, J. Villanueva-Díaz, A. Sánchez-González, 2023. Is there a response pattern between radial growth of trees and elevation gradient? Tree-Ring Research 79(1):12–26. (Supplementary Material PDF)

          Boucher, E., F. Gennaretti, T. Porter, I. Hermoso de Mendoza, S. Solignac, L. Lauzon, J. Axelson, J. H. Speer, G. King, 2023. AmeriDendro 2022 in Montréal, Canada: Reconstructing our community. Tree-Ring Research 79(1):27–37.

          IN MEMORIAM− William J. Robinson, Tree-Ring Research 79(1):38–39.

          Volume 79, Number 2 (2023)

          Tshering, C., Tenzin, K., Nguyen, T.V.,  2023.  A review of the current state and future prospects of dendrochronological research in Bhutan. Tree-Ring Research 79(2):41–49.

          Majeed, M., Stoica, E., Meko, D. M., Touchan, R., Sivrikaya, F., Alexandru, A. M., Arimon, L. C., Kvaratskhelia, R., Maglakelidze, S., Pacaldo, J. M., Deeksha, 2023. Analysis of the climate signal in subannual width measurements of Pinus nigra tree rings in Kastamonu Province, Turkey. Tree-Ring Research 79(2):50–59. (Supplementary Material PDF)

          Adams, A., Krygier, R., Hook, T., McNalty, C., Harvey, J. E., 2023. A case study: Growth of tree-form willow driven by cool, wet springs and warm, dry summers in Teetł’it Zheh (Fort McPherson), Northwest Territories, Canada. Tree-Ring Research 79(2):60–66. (Supplementary Material PDF)

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