Explore the links below to learn more about their research on dendrochronology (tree-ring dating), climate, and forest resilience.
Heilman, K. et al. 2022. Ecological forecasting of tree growth: Regional fusion of tree-ring and forest inventory data to quantify drivers and characterize uncertainty. Global Change Biology. 28: 2442–2460. READ HERE
This research, which utilizes Pinus ponderosa core data featured in Pine Chant, was highlighted in several recent media stories:
Additional related research:
Klesse, S. et al. 2018. Sampling bias overestimates climate change impacts on forest growth in the southwestern United States. Nature Communications. 9:5336. READ HERE
Schultz, E. et al. 2022. Climate-driven, but dynamic and complex? A reconciliation of competing hypotheses for species’ distributions. Ecology Letters. 25:38–51. READ HERE
Evans, M. et al. 2021. Adding Tree Rings to North America’s National Forest Inventories: An Essential Tool to Guide Drawdown of Atmospheric CO2. Bioscience. READ HERE
Giebink, C. et al. 2022. The policy and ecology of forest‐based climate mitigation: challenges, needs, and opportunities. Plant and Soil. READ HERE
Giebink, C. et al. 2022. Climatic sensitivities derived from tree rings improve predictions of the Forest Vegetation Simulator growth and yield model. Forest Ecology and Management. 517:120256. READ HERE
Tree Story: The History of the World Written in Rings by Valerie Trouet, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020.
Hearing the Language of Trees by Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, excerpted in Yes! Magazine (Oct 29, 2021).
Published in The Mind of Plants: Narratives of Vegetal Intelligence, ed. John C. Ryan, Patricia Viera and Monica Galiano, Synergetic Press, 2021.