Meaning of dendrochronological in English:


Pronunciation /ˌdɛndrəʊkrɒnəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/


See dendrochronology

‘Few, however, have linked dendrochronological methods to the archaeological record to document native impacts on pre-European settlement vegetation.’
  • ‘A 148-year dendrochronological sequence has been established from measuring tree rings, running from AD 425 to 573.’
  • ‘Nonetheless, these stands and the dendrochronological record they represent should be identified and further studied so that the transitions from native American to Colonial European landscapes can be better understood.’
  • ‘Schoolcraft presented perhaps the earliest example of a dendrochronological approach to dating a set of garden beds for a site in the Grand River Valley of western Michigan.’
  • ‘We chose to do our dendrochronological work with pitch pine and Virginia pine to increase our chances of detecting site differences at the two slope positions.’