• Annual Ring Contrast Enhancement Without Affecting X-Ray Densitometry Studies

      Parker, M. L.; Barton, G. M.; Smith, J. H. G.; Canadian Forestry Service, Western Forest Products Laboratory; Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia (Tree-Ring Society, 1976)
    • The Degree of Similarity of Dendrochronological Curves as an Indicator of Site Conditions

      Ermich, K.; Rutkowski, B.; Bednarz, Z.; Feliksik, E.; Institute of Sylviculture, Agriculture Academy, Kraków (Tree-Ring Society, 1976)
      The paper presents an investigation of the possibility of using dendrochronological methods in determining the degree of the adaptation of spruce stands to the given site conditions. The results of the investigation were statistically evaluated. The results obtained may be of use for the problem of the selection of trees species suitable for specific ecological conditions.
    • A Statistical Oak Chronology from the North of Ireland

      Pilcher, J. R.; Palaeoecology Laboratory, Queen's University, Belfast (Tree-Ring Society, 1976)
    • Tree-Ring Bulletin, Volume 36 (1976)

      Unknown author (Tree-Ring Society, 1976)
    • Tree-Ring Dating and Archaeology in the American Southwest

      Robinson, William J.; Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona (Tree-Ring Society, 1976)
      The relationship between archaeology and tree-ring dating, or dendrochronology, is reviewed. Until the past decade, the applications of tree-ring dating to archaeological problems had not been thoroughly exploited. Now, in addition to providing the most precise dating control in the world, dendrochronology is making contributions to behavioral archaeology and to the reconstruction of past environments.