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Dendroecological analysis of the population dynamics of an old-growth forest on cliff-faces of the Niagara Escarpment, Canada
538-Year Record of Climate and Treeline Dynamics from the Lower Lena River Region of Northern Siberia, Russia
Structure and dynamics of a nearly steady-state subalpine forest in south-central British Columbia, Canada
Artificial neural networks and dendroclimatic reconstructions: an example from the Front Range, Colorado, USA
The feasibility of reconstructing total spring precipitation for the South Platte River basin from tree-ring chronologies using artificial neural networks is explored. The use of artificial neural networks allows a comparison of reconstructions resulting from both linear and nonlinear models. Both types of models produced reconstructions that explained more than 40% of the variation in spring precipitation and were well verified with independent data. Although the nonlinear models produced higher R2 values than did the linear model for the calibration period, they performed less well in the independent period. This result and other model evaluation statistics suggest that, in this study, the nonlinear models contain...
Data on Tree Growth and Plant Community Composition in Mid-Atlantic Tidal Freshwater Forested Wetlands
Tree growth (annual tree ring measurements) and plant community composition data of tidal freshwater forested wetlands along longitudinal riverine positions (upper, lower, and stressed tidal river sites, and nearby upstream non-tidal forested floodplains) of the adjoining Pamunkey and Mattaponi Rivers, Virginia.
Tree-ring analysis of wetlands of the upper St. Lawrence River, Quebec: Response to hydrology and climate
Evaluation of cellulose extraction procedures for stable carbon isotope measurement in tree ring research
Dynamics of an old-growth, fire-initiated, subalpine forest in southern interior British Columbia: tree size, age, and spatial structure
Geomorphic and Vegetative Recovery Processes along Modified Tennessee Streams: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Disturbed Fluvial Systems
Dendroecological studies of tree growth, climate and spruce beetle outbreaks in Central British Columbia, Canada