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'Tree Rings and Monsoon Moisture History in the American Southwest'

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Presented by Colorado College Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies at Colorado College - Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center Film Screening Room, Colorado Springs CO

May 11 2017
‘Tree Rings and Monsoon Moisture History in the American Southwest’ presented by 'Tree Rings and Monsoon Moisture History in the American Southwest' at Colorado College - Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center Film Screening Room, Colorado Springs CO

This lecture by Daniel Griffin showcases the development and interpretation of a robust network of tree ring data for the Arizona-New Mexico region.

This lecture by Daniel Griffin showcases the development and interpretation of a robust network of tree ring data for the Arizona-New Mexico region, records that have been updated into the 21st century and re-analyzed for spring- and summer-specific growth variations.

Southwestern tree rings provide centuries of quantitative perspective on seasonal drought history and highlight the potential for the summer monsoon to relieve or exacerbate drought conditions residual from preceding winter

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