2015

25th Annual North American Dendroecological Fieldweek (NADEF)
 The Schoodic Institute, Maine
Acadia National Park
June 1st – June 10th




 Group Leaders Project   Downloads
 Kara Lorion (University of Maine) and
 Neil Toth (Indiana University)
 Spruce Budworm Reconstruction Using 19th Century Salvaged Wood from Maine  Paper
 Presentation
 Bryan Black (University of Texas, Austin – Marine  Science Institute), Beth Matta (Alaska Fisheries  Science Center in Seattle) and Jim Speer (Indiana  State University)  Seeing the ocean through the trees: dendrochronology technique and climate
 reconstruction for Pacific geoduck.
 Paper
 Presentation
 Paul Krusic (Stockholm University) and Bill Flynt  (Historic Deerfield)  Dendroarchaeology Analysis of Three Cape-style Houses  Paper
 Presentation 
 Grant Harley (University of Southern Mississippi)  and Stockton Maxwell (Radford University)  Spatio-temporal variability of Pinus rigida in a coastal pine barren  Paper
 Presentation
 Shawn Fraver (University of Maine) and
 Chris Gentry (Austin Peay State University)
 Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Stand Dynamics of Beech Mountain in Acadia  National Park, Maine.   Paper
 Presentation
 Peter Brown (Rocky Mountain Tree-Ring Research)  and Henri Grissino-Mayer (University of Tennessee)  Growth and Climate Responses of Four Pinus Species on Norumbega Mountain,
 Acadia National Park
 Paper
 Presentation

 


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