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Lemmon, to experience our nearby Sky Island • Don's Sky Island overview Depending on level of interest, this activity will start with breakfast at Bobo's, then depart by ~ AM and return by early afternoon. • Check out our lapse rate measurements from 2017.-: Lecture: Introduction to quantitative dendro analysis using R (Amy Hudson, classroom, confirmed) • R project website • R studio website • dpl R website • Bunn: dpl R • Bunn: Intro to dpl R • Amy's dpl R script -: Lecture: ARSTAN (DPL version): Detrending and robust mean (Paul Sheppard) • Fritts et al.: Modified negative exponential • Excel spreadsheet not filled in • Excel spreadsheet filled in • Paul's first modified negative exponential • Cook-Peters: Cubic smoothing spline • Spreadsheet spline demo • Cook: Robust Mean • Spreadsheet robust mean • ARSTAN executable • ARSTAN text file documentation • Cook-Holmes: 1986 ARSTAN Users Manual • 1999 ARSTAN Users Manual • ARSTAN output • YUX executable (put data into columns) • YUX text file documentation • Prototype presentation of a final chronology-: Lecture: Low-severity fire regimes, FHAES (Don Falk and Peter Brewer, classroom) • Falk et al.: Multi-scale controls of historical fire regimes • Fire History Analysis and Exploration System • Help for FHAES • About FHAES • Local PDSI for SEA • FHX for ZMT • BAN.
The Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory was formed in 2010 by Michael Worthington and Jane Seiter to provide cutting-edge dendrochronological services to archaeologists, architectural historians, art historians, cultural resource managers, and private house owners.
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Lecture: ARSTAN (DPL version): Detrending and robust mean (Paul Sheppard) Fritts et al.: Modified negative exponential Excel spreadsheet not filled in Excel spreadsheet filled in Paul's first modified negative exponential Cook-Peters: Cubic smoothing spline Spreadsheet spline demo Cook: Robust Mean Spreadsheet robust mean Cook-Holmes: 1986 ARSTAN Users Manual 1999 ARSTAN Users Manual ARSTAN output Lecture: Time-series properties (interannual variability & autocorrelation) (Paul Sheppard) Douglass: Mean sensitivity Strackee & Jansma: Mean sensitivity Bunn: Intro to dpl R Biondi & Qeadan: Gini coefficient Bunn et al.: Mean sensitivity Spreadsheet of interannual variability measures Ed Wright demo of indices of interannual variability Yamaguchi: Crosscorrelation of tree-ring series Spreadsheet of cross-correlations A prototype presentation of a final chronology Ecology morning: start field week departing LTRR by AM, drive to Flagstaff, arriving at Merriam Powell Research Station by noon Ecology afternoon: Practice first try at collecting increment cores (Paul Sheppard & Jesse Minor) Map of fire-scar specimens sampled previously at MPRS Arno & Sneck: Fire history dendro techniques, especially how to collect partial cross-sections Ecology late afternoon: cleaning, care, and sharpening of increment borers (Jesse Minor et al.) Ecology dinner ( PM): at Merriam Powell (the pasta meal, plus salad, beverages, & dessert) Ecology evening ( PM): Invited lecture: Ecological history of ponderosa pine of the Mogollon Rim (Pete Fulé confirmed) Ecology AM: At MPRS, Centennial Forest overview (Ms.
READ MORE Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory Proprietors Michael Worthington Jane Seiter, Ph. As a co-founder and partner in the Oxford Dendrochronology Laboratory, he spent more than a decade building a series of base chronologies for historic buildings in America.Upon moving full-time to the United States in 2010, Michael opened the Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory. Jane Seiter is a researcher and archaeologist working on a wide variety of historic sites both above and below ground in Europe, the Americas, and the Caribbean.She is a partner in the Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory, where she records and researches the fabric of historic buildings, and has prepared numerous successful nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.She has more than twelve years of excavation experience on sites ranging from monasteries and Roman villas to colonial plantations and industrial complexes and has extensive experience in standing building recording, surveying, map regression, archival research, and the preparation of archaeological site reports, desktop surveys, and dendrochronological reports.
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