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Titled, " Making the first and last geoscience class count ," the article calls attention to opportunities within introductory geoscience courses to address grand societal challenges that are rooted in the geosciences, thus helping students develop "an appreciation for the global perspective, cultural sensitivity and scientific insight that inform decisions regarding the challenges humans will face in the future.
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Your membership is helping to ensure that this site can continue to serve geoscience educators.Using dendrochronology to reconstruct the history of forest and woodland ecosystems. Pp. – in The historical ecology handbook: A restorationist’s guide to .
Using dendrochronology to reconstruct the history of forest and woodland ecosystems. Pp. – in The historical ecology handbook: A restorationist’s guide to .
Kipfmueller, K , Using dendrochronology to reconstruct the history of ecosystems. in D Egan & E Howell (eds), The Historical Ecology Handbook.
Island Press. Dendrochronology is an important technique in a number of disciplines, including archeology, paleontology, paleobotany, geomorphology, climatology, and ecology. Forensic applications concern the dating of wooden objects and matching objects with crime scenes using the wood ’ .
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Dendrochronology is the study of data from tree ring growth. Due to the sweeping and diverse applications of this data, specialists can come from many academic disciplines. Due to the sweeping and diverse applications of this data, specialists can come from many academic disciplines.