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Tree rings at the interface of archaeology, biology, climatology and ecology

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Prof Büntgen will talk about the potential and limitations of state-of-the-art tree-ring research that may range in space and time from a cell to the globe and from hourly resolution to the end of the Last Ice Age. He will provide timely examples of how different tree-ring archives and parameters can help to identify and shift research frontiers and cross disciplinary boundaries; not only within the natural and social sciences but also the humanities.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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