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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 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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Vol4Volume 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)

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 62, Number 1 (2006)

Volume 62, Number 2

  • Pohl, K.A., Hadley, K.S., Arabas, K.B. 2006. Decoupling tree-ring signatures of climate variation, fire, and insect outbreaks in central Oregon. Tree-Ring Research 62(2):37–50.

  • Briand, C.H., Brazer, S.E., Harter-Dennis, J.M. 2006. Tree-rings and the aging of trees: A controversy in 19th century America. Tree-Ring Research 62(2):51–65.

  • Bräker, O.U., Baumann, E. 2006. Growth reactions of sub-alpine Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst) following one-sided light exposure (case study at Davos "Lusiwald"). Tree-Ring Research 62(2):67–73.

  • Zalatan, R., Gajewski, K. 2006. Dendrochronological potential of Salix alaxensis from the Kuujjua River area, western Canadian Arctic. Tree-Ring Research 62(2):75–82.

  • Hallman, C., Parkinson, S., Adams, R.K. 2006. Technical report: LIMB: A mini-borer for sampling small diameter trees. Tree-Ring Research 62(2):83–86.

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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)

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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)

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Volume 66, Number 1 (2010)

Volume 66, Number 2 (2010)

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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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