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From: "Connie Woodhouse (by way of \"Henri D. Grissino-Mayer\" <grissino@valdosta.edu>)" <woodhous@NGDC.NOAA.GOV>
To: ITRDBFOR@LISTSERV.ARIZONA.EDU
Subject: Re: Problem with "az510.crn": No Correlation
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 1999 16:26:13 -0400
Reply-to: grissino@VALDOSTA.EDU

Dear Steve,

AZ510.crn is a bristlecone pine chronology. I suspect the others you are
working with are ponderosa pine or Douglas-fir. In this region, these
lower-elevation species have quite a different response to climate than the
bristlecone. I haven't worked with the AZ510 chronology, but I would
guess that bristlecone tree growth at this site would be favored by warm
winter temperatures and perhaps somewhat drier conditions, while the
ponderosa and Douglas-fir do well under cool, wet winter conditions. This
may be the reason for your poor correlations.

regards,

Connie Woodhouse

Connie Woodhouse
NOAA Paleoclimatology Program
National Geophysical Data Center
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Boulder, CO 80303
ph: (303)497-6297
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email: woodhous@ngdc.noaa.gov

Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
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University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309
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fax: (303)497-6513
email: woodhous@culter.colorado.edu

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