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On this definitive site for researchers in the field of dendrochronology, created by Henri Grission-Mayer (formerly of Valdosta State University, Georgia), users will find many interesting facts and beautiful images of ancient tree cross-sections, complete with question and answers. Examples of photos available include a New Mexican juniper dated to 256 B.C., a giant sequoia scarred from a fire in 1297 A.D., and images of tree-ring researchers at work.
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