M., eds., Techniques and Approaches in Forest Tree Ecophysiology. A wonderful, well-illustrated, general article that will be appealing to a wide variety of people, from high schoolers to university professors. Wood biological investigations on panels of Rembrandt paintings.
This book provides enormous information, using numerous photographs, on the "...morphological, anatomical, and tree-ring analytical characteristics of trees frequently used in dendrochronology." Easy to read, only moderately difficult in some portions.
Another of the most cited references, this book provides well-illustrated information about the very basics of dendrochronology, for example, mounting cores and creating skeleton plots.
Literally covers all topics related to dendrochronology.
Beautifully illustrated, this book is well written and easily understandable by those in all levels of education.
UCAR, Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, Boulder, Colorado: 117-137 Schulman, E. Nineteen centuries of rainfall history in the southwest. [Dendrochronology - a precise annual measure for the resolution of environmental and human history.] Naturwissenschaften 83: 370-377.
Dendrochronologie - ein jahrgenauer Massstab zur Entschluesselung der Umwelt- und Menschheitgeschichte. Great pictures throughout and this book will be a must-have in the libraries of all dendrochronologists. Editors Serge Payette and Louise Filion bring together 26 chapters by 46 authors, all recognized for their expertise in the field of dendroecology. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, and Paul Haupt Verlag. I especially like the wealth of topics covered as well as the numerous excellent quality pictures throughout. The first book in over 40 years that helps explain the basics of tree-ring science, from the history of the field, to basic field techniques, to all the major applications. Easily one of the most influential books in all of dendrochronology. Schweingruber's book is easy to read, much like lecture notes from formal instruction in dendroecology. This volume is most valuable in its analyses of geographic locations, where dendrochronology has been practiced and where it is feasible. Contains some of the classic references in dendrochronology by over 50 authors. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers and International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. Contains 45 chapters written by the most famous of dendrochronologists, covering all subjects of dendrochronology, including data gathering, statistical analysis, and environmental relations.