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Dendrochronological links


Henri D. Grissino-Mayer's Science of Dendrochronology Web Pages
Everything about dendrochronological research  -  from climate change to McDonalds straws!

WSL-Birmensdorf tree-ring data 2000
Dr. Fritz Schweingruber and colleagues at WSL-Birmensdorf (Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow, and Landscape Research) have recently made the largest data contribution in the history of The International Tree-Ring Data Bank. The data set contains nearly 500 sites from around the world, including ring width and wood density measurements, and site chronologies

International Tree Ring Data Bank 
Tree-ring chronologies over the world

Tree-ring data from NOAA


EURO Catalogue - Database of European dendrochornological labs, by Tom Levanic


A useful online tool for identifying anatomical structures of various tree species


Tree-Ring Society


Tree-Ring Bulletin and Tree-Ring Research (Online PDF files) from Tree-Ring Society

Dendrochronological labs in Canada


Dendrochronology Laboratory at the University of Laval



Groupe de Recherche en Dendrochronologie Historique, Département d'Anthropologie

Université de Montréal


The Mount Allison Dendrochronology Laboratory,

Mount Allison University


The Carleton University Paleoecological Laboratory (CUPL)


Laboratory for Paleoclimatology and Climatology

Department of Geography, University of Ottawa



Lab of  Ze'ev Gedalof at the Department of Geography, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario


The University of Victoria Tree-Ring Laboratory


Tree Ring Lab at the University of British Columbia



"Yukon's Only Dendrochronology Lab"


this is not a complete list. if your lab is not on this list, please inform us igor.drobyshev(at)






(c) Laboratoire de Dendroécologie á la Forêt d'enseignement et de recherche de lac Duparquet, Saturday, February 9, 2019