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Tree-ring width of Quercus species from historical object sample IB21488-2

Authors
Publisher
PANGAEA
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DOI: 10.1594/pangaea.583174
Keywords
  • Age
  • Dendrochronological Crossdating
  • Historical And Postglacial Tree Ring Archive Of Hohenheim
  • Historical Object
  • Histra
  • Ib21488
  • Mundingen
  • Baden-Württemberg
  • Southern Germany
  • Ring Width
  • Treerings_Southgermany
Disciplines
  • Ecology
  • Geography

Abstract

PowerPoint-presentatie TREE RING ARCHIVE OF HISTORICAL WOOD SAMPLES FROM SOUTH AND EAST GERMANY (‚HISTRA‘) & INTEGRATION INTO THE INFORMATION SYSTEM ‚PANGAEA‘ Friedrich, M.1,2,Bleyer, H.J.3, Hofmann, J.4, Rem mele S.1 1Institute of Botany, D-70059 Stuttgart, Germany; [email protected] 2 Heidelberg Academy of Sciences, D-69120 Heidelberg, Germany 3 Ingenieurbüro Bleyer, D-72555 Metzingen, Germany 4 Jahrringlabor Hofmann, D-72622 Nürtingen, Germany http://uni-hohenheim.de/palaeobotanik/dendro/index2.htm http://www.pangaea.de The ‘HISTRA’-Project: Inthis project,funded by the BMBF (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) we integrate existing tree ring data from historical buildings into the information system PANGAEA ( Publishing NetworkforGeoscientific & Environmental Data). At University of Hohenheim and associated private tree-ring laboratories ‚Jahrringlabor Hofmann‘ and ‚Ingenieurbüro Bleyer‘ about 50.000 datasets of tree ring width were produced in the last centuries for dating purposes. Tree-ring samples (12 mm cores/ beam sections) originatefrom southern, middle and eastern Germany. Wood species are mainly oak, silver fir,spruce and pine. The set oftree- ring width data cover the last millenium and give the possibility of spatially differentiation on a very small scale. These datasets, validated and geocodedin a searchable database will be available for scientific purposes and so can be used for wider climate and environmental research. Downloads of ring width data will be controlled by the laboratories by passing specific passwords. Fig. 1: Regional extension of dendrochronological data withinthe project. Institute of Botany, Hohenheim University (green), Ingenierbüro Bleyer (red), Jahrringlabor Hofmann (blue). The combination of all data of the three labs covers South Central Europe. Fig.3: Number oftree samples classifiedtotree species andlaboratory Fig.2: Temporal distribution ofthe dendrochronological dated wood, classifiedtotree species andlaborato

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