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A Technical Perspective in Modern Tree-ring Research - How to Overcome Dendroecological and Wood Anatomical Challenges

DOI :

10.3791/52337-v

9:33 min

March 5th, 2015

March 5th, 2015

28,449 Views

1Landscape Dynamics / Dendroecology, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL

Here we present a protocol outlining how to sample wooden specimens for the overall assessment of their growth structures. Macro- and microscopic preparation and visualization techniques necessary to generate well-replicated and highly resolved wood anatomical and dendroecological dataset, are described are described.

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Tree ring Research

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