Dendroecology: Principles and Practice by Richard Phipps and Thomas Yanosky was published in 2020 by J. Ross Publishing (ISBN 978-1-60427-145-4) and is available directly by the publisher and through multiple on-line bookstores. The book is based on the extensive dendrochronological experience of both authors, who have pioneered some of the early advances of the field, particularly regarding hydrological studies and reconstructions and the use of basal area increments (BAI) to better estimate and compare tree growth. The text introduces the reader to the origins and early ideas of dendroecology. Following examples and anecdotes, the authors describe multiple environmental drivers that can be explored using classic tree-ring methods. The book is easy to read and enjoyable, and the career-long passion of the authors for the topic is contagious.

The text is divided in eight chapters, starting with an introduction to dendrochronological history and...

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