Edited By: ER Cook and LA Kairiukstis
394 pages, Figs, tabs
Recently tree rings have been recognized as valuable tools in detecting environmental change and conducting ecological studies. This book reviews the many advances which have resulted, and the contributions these advances have made to the such subjects as the analysis of forest decline and prediction of growth of agricultural crops.
'Therefor it is recommended that university library obtain the book.' Forestscience June 1991
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