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|Title:||An 8768-year Yamal Tree-ring Chronology as a Tool for Paleoecological Reconstructions|
|Authors:||Hantemirov, R. M.|
Shiyatov, S. G.
Gorlanova, L. A.
Kukarskih, V. V.
Surkov, A. Y.
Hamzin, I. R.
Pleiades Publishing Ltd
|Citation:||An 8768-year Yamal Tree-ring Chronology as a Tool for Paleoecological Reconstructions / R. M. Hantemirov, S. G. Shiyatov, L. A. Gorlanova et al. // Russian Journal of Ecology. — 2021. — Vol. 52. — Iss. 5. — P. 419-427.|
|Abstract:||Abstract—In recent years, the supra-long Yamal tree-ring chronology has been significantly extended and became much more reliable. This article characterizes the sample wood used to build the longest absolutely dated Siberian Larch tree-ring chronology of the Subarctic area, i.e. from 6748 BC to 2019 AD, for a total continuous period of 8768 years. The ecological value of the temporal and spatial distribution of the dated trees are presented, and their potential use for application in various field of natural sciences and humanities are discussed. © 2021, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.|
SUPRA-LONG TREE-RING CHRONOLOGIES
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||This study was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project no. 18-05-00575). P. Fonti thanks the Swiss Science Foundation for the financial support (project “CALDERA” no. CRSII5_183571).|
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