Past Climate Using Tree-Ring Data from Ancient Bristlecone Pine
Thursday, April 1, 2021
4:30 p.m. PDT
Check out this video to watch the Reconstructing Past Climate Using Tree-Ring Data from Ancient Bristlecone Pine.
Huxley Speaker Series
Brought to you by Huxley College of the Environment in partnership with the WWU Alumni Association
The annual growth rings from ancient Bristlecone Pine contain valuable information about climate variability extending back thousands of years. These proxies for variation in temperature and precipitation allow us to reconstruct past climates in a way that helps us understand the dynamics of the climate system and puts modern climate change into a long-term context.
More information about the speaker series is available here.
Professor, Environmental Sciences
Dr. Andy Bunn is a Professor in the Environmental Science Department at Huxley College, WWU with a focus on paleoclimate and data science.
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Questions and Accommodations
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