Category Archives: CEDaR Representation

CEDaR Interpretive Program at Halfway Lake Provincial Park

This past weekend, CEDaR lab members Vanessa Stretch (PhD candidate) and Theresa Dinh (MSc candidate) were in Halfway Lake Provincial Park to deliver an interpretive program on tree rings. Even with a threat of rain in the skies, over 50 … Continue reading

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CEDaR Lab Representation at AAG 2014

At the beginning of April, Theresa Dinh (MSc candidate) and Vanessa Stretch (PhD candidate) left the cold, long, grey winter of southern Ontario to present their work on wildfire in the Alberta Rocky Mountains at the 2014 AAG annual meeting … Continue reading

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CEDaR Representation at CAG

CEDaR lab member Vanessa Stretch packed up and drove on out to the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in St. John’s, Newfoundland last week with a few fellow UofG geographers. She presented preliminary analyses of the tree-ring record of … Continue reading

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Look out AmeriDendro!

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 … Continue reading

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