Steven W. Leavitt
The flagship journal of the Tree-Ring Society
Tree-Ring Research has appeared in the Thomson Reuters (formerly ISI) Master List of journals since 2005 and is indexed and abstracted in Science Citation Index Expanded (also known as SciSearch), Current Contents/Agriculture, Biology and Environmental Sciences, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews, and Elsevier Bibliographic Databases.
*Articles In Press
The following accepted papers are now available online as preprints (i.e., prior to their appearance in an issue of the print journal). These final versions of the manuscripts are still subject to modification before production and publication is complete, e.g., they may need some editorial corrections and necessary changes in style and format.
Features & Information
Tree-Ring Expeditions (TREX): Online Labs that Guide Undergrads to Think Like Scientists
Here we describe five publicly available online labs, geared to undergraduate students, which focus on foundational tree-ring research. Students are introduced to basic dendrochronological concepts and practices (Lab 1) while learning about research that has implications for human well-being. Read More
Harold Clark Fritts
Harold C. Fritts [known to many as “Hal”] passed away at his home in Tucson, Arizona, on January 10, 2019, at the age of 90. Hal was born December 17, 1928, in Rochester, New York, and was raised in the town of Pittsford where he developed a growing interest in nature. Read More
PAGES- Past Global Changes
The PAGES (Past Global Changes) project is an international effort to coordinate and promote past global change research. The primary objective is to improve our understanding of past changes in the Earth system in order to improve projections of future climate and environment, and inform strategies for sustainability. Read More
Association for Tree-Ring Research
The Association for Tree-Ring Research (ATR) is an international scientific organization that aims to promote tree-ring research, education and public outreach. The ATR seeks to foster research projects, to build bridges, and to facilitate knowledge exchange between the different scientific disciplines working with tree rings and associated fields of science (e.g., forestry, archaeology, global change ecology). The Association has a strong commitment to disseminate knowledge about dendrochronology to the general public, and to strengthen the policy-science dialogue. Read More