The CEDaR lab is going to Ameridendro! This year the conference is in Tucson, Arizona – the mecca of tree-ring research and the birthplace of North American dendrochronology. Vanessa Stretch will present a poster showing her progress analyzing fire scars and tree-ring data from the Foothills region of Alberta. Kerry Schutten will present a poster showing her work on sugar maple and climate change in Algonquin Provincial Park. Ze’ev is pretty confident, though, that the highlight will be the new, hot-off-the-mass-spec results from the tropical hurricane stable isotope analysis project. It’s amazing how much work and money it can take to generate negative results! Oh well, if it was easy, everybody would be doing it.
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