Dendrochronology and middle Miocene petrified oak: Modern counterparts and interpretation

@inproceedings{Wright2016DendrochronologyAM,
  title={Dendrochronology and middle Miocene petrified oak: Modern counterparts and interpretation},
  author={William E. Wright and Christopher H. Baisan and Martin J. Streck and William W Wright and Paul Szejner},
  year={2016}
}
This study reports the first successful statistical ‘crossdating’ among ring width time series from many specimens of petrified wood, based samples of the genus Quercus from the Stinking Water (SW) site in Oregon, a Miocene-aged exposure associated with the Columbia River Basalts. Ring width time series from 26 radii, 17 different trees, show significant intercorrelation. 40AR/39AR dating on pillow basalt from the locality yielded a weighted Plateau Age of 13.79 ±0.09 Ma placing the death of… CONTINUE READING
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