Tree ring cross dating software
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Density is related to wood quality, biomass, carbon content, tree growth and climate....
I present a new software that links a program for image analysis (Sigma Scan), one for spreadsheets (Excel) and one for statistical analysis (R) for applications of tree-ring analysis. Alpine treelines act as bio-indicators and bio-monitors of environmental change impacts in high elevation forests.But sometimes a tree produces no ring or even two rings in a year.If a sample sequence contains this kind of inconsistencies it cannot be dated correctly by the simple sliding algorithm.The biology of tree rings lends them to be effective records of climatic, geomorphological, and ecological changes in the environment.Seven cores from Northern Red Oak (trees, located on The College of Wooster campus in Wayne Co., Ohio, were measured and crossdated. A significant feature of the chronology is a release and an increase in growth around 1866 for the following years.