Hydroclimatic variation in Far North Queensland since 1860 inferred from tree rings
In tropical Australia, palaeoclimatic proxies derived from tree rings are sought after sources for reconstructing climate variations. However, dendroclimatology has not been widely applied in tropical forests and even less so in the Australian tropics due to the extreme rarity of species producing anatomically distinct annual growth rings. Furthermore, most Australian tree species exhibit rather strong opportunistic growth with non-annual growth zones that are less suitable for...[Show more]
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