A statistical tool for analysis of Evolutionary and Moving Intervals in Dendroclimatology

This project involves implementation of bootstrapped correlation and response functions to identify climatic signals in tree rings. The software allows analysis of a single time period (or interval) as well as of multiple time intervals. This application was developed in Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) with Visual C++.

A watershed modeling approach to streamflow reconstruction from tree-ring records

This is a first attempt at using tree-ring records of climate as input to a hydrological model to simulate streamflow. For now the model is in Excel, is easily modifiable, and has been validated using instrumental observations and PRISM data. If you use this model, you are required to cite the article that describes it, i.e. Saito et al. 2008.

  R packages for tree-ring analysis

An introduction to the R public-domain computing environment, with examples based on tree-ring data, was presented at the WorldDendro2010 meeting, and is available here.
A few of the dplR tools were provided by the DendroLab, so the correct citation for anyone using that package is
Andy Bunn, Mikko Korpela, Franco Biondi, Filipe Campelo, Pierre Mérian, Manfred Mudelsee, Fares Qeadan, Michael Schulz and Christian Zang (2014). dplR: Dendrochronology Program Library in R. R package version 1.6.0. http://CRAN.R-project.org/package=dplR
The R clone of DendroClim2002, called bootres, was described by Zang and Biondi 2013. A new and improved package for dendroclimatic calibration, called treeclim, is now available (Zang and Biondi 2015). Please do not forget to cite these articles when using the software.

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