TreeFlow: Using Tree-ring Paleohydrology as a Planning Tool

A forester takes a tree core

Climate history reveals itself in tree-rings and the latest reconstructions can inform us of past dry and wet seasons, and help us to plan for future water patterns.

Jeff Lukas
CIRES, NOAA Western Water Assessment

Producer - Michael Furniss
Videography - Patricia Asteinza
Technical production - Jeffrey Guntle

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Good overview of tree-ring paleohydrology

You should gain an understanding of:: 

Paleohydrology and how tree-ring reconstructions of past water patterns are developed.

The TreeFlow project and web resources.

What the tree-ring reconstructions reveal, and how they are being applied to water planning.

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