The Center for Dendrochronology
 is a University of Minnesota research group that specializes in the development and interpretation of primary tree-ring datasets for application in the environmental sciences. Housed in the Department of Geography, we are three faculty and a productive cadre of graduate and undergraduate students. Our research is focused largely on reconstructing variability and change in paleoecology (including forest structure and disturbance) and paleoclimatology (from floods to drought). Our fieldwork takes us to amazing forest and woodland sites across North America. For information concerning the three labs and faculty that comprise the Center of Dendrochronology, please follow the links below: