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Example: dating the tree rings of a beam from a ruin in the American Southwest to determine when it was built.
The science that uses tree rings to study present climate and reconstruct past climate.
Example: analyzing ring widths of trees to determine how much rainfall fell per year long before weather records were kept.
The science that uses tree rings to date earth surface processes that created, altered, or shaped the landscape.
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Definitions The Uniformitarian Principle The Principle of Limiting Factors The Principle of Aggregate Tree Growth The Principle of Ecological Amplitude The Principle of Site Selection The Principle of Crossdating The Principle of Replication (dendron = tree, chronos = time, logos = word = the science of): The science that uses tree rings dated to their exact year of formation to analyze temporal and spatial patterns of processes in the physical and cultural sciences.
The science that uses tree rings to date when timber was felled, transported, processed, or used for construction or wooden artifacts.
Example: analyzing changes in tree growth patterns via tree rings to date a series of landslide events.
The science that uses tree rings to date and study the past dynamics of insect populations.
Example: dating the growth suppressions left in tree rings from western spruce budworm outbreaks in the past.