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Arati Kumar-Rao 5 Nov 15
A inspired by that gorgeous chronicler of time: and by Hesse's "Tree"
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Alex Mills 3 Jun 17
Seriously charismatic megaflora at last weekend. Gnarly groves of Yew (Taxus baccata)
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CIF-IFC 5 Jan 18
! that do more than just reveal a tree's age? They can reveal history and changes each year of the tree’s life as well as environmental stresses including early frosts, and !
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Mark Boardman 4 Mar 16
You're how old? (& they still chopped you down)
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Dr. Jodi Axelson May 18
Hey folks interested in + ? There is a new group called and Things! This is a closed group to avoid the that can be generated by fully open groups. A diverse group of admins will accept your request to join 1/2
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Dario Martin-Benito May 8
starting today in beautiful Caserta. First session is completely packed
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Kelly Heilman 14 May 18
CO2 concentrations were 354ppm when I was born. Now, it's ~410 ppm. I’m studying how CO2 impacts the sensitivity of Midwestern Oak trees like these, which were established in 1850 when CO2 concentrations were around 285ppm.
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LeafyTrailsFS 22 Mar 18
Investigating size and age of tree trunk cross sections...discussing different species and rates of growth - counting tree rings
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Linda Millard Ⓥ Jun 12
Is that center-ish ring normal? It has a wobble on all the stumps. All the stumps belong to one tree. It was a yellow wisteria like tree. My favorite tree in town gone. I'm sad and pissed
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Louise 26 Oct 14
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USGS 15 Nov 17
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Tessa Apr 23
Lately I’ve been staying in, saying no, taking naps and of course painting! ✨ Self care is my main focus for myself right now 💋
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Scotty Strachan 31 Oct 17
Some enterprising soul taped this to my door. I think I'll leave it there
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Mary Gagen 2 Feb 18
Fire scared Scandanavian Pinus Sylvestris, banding in Borneo Ironwood Eusideroxylon zwageri and the impeccable symmetry of complacent, plantation Pinus taiwanensis. Friday night date with an orbital sander 🤓🍾
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GFFP 1 Apr 18
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bas altena Sep 28
❄️Beautiful how history repeats itself!⌚️ Ice falls generate at an annual cycle, while occur every other decade!
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Chris Guiterman May 12
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Immersivegaze Apr 22
First tests of tree rings using layers of 2D animation to build spatial dimension through slices of time 🕑🌱
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Maegen Rochner Oct 25
Looking good! Working on a nice Doug fir chronology for some work.
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Lori Daniels Apr 18
Look at those ! Experimental thinning at GAPearson Natural Area near Flagstaff Arizona. Great long-term collaboration between Forestry and the Rocky Mountain Research Station.
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