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.

Presenter: 
Jeff Lukas
CIRES, NOAA Western Water Assessment
Contributors: 

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

Video Length: 
40:52:00
Publication date: 
11/17/2009
Description: 

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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