Dendroclimatological reconstructions in South America: a review.

@inproceedings{Boninsegna2009DendroclimatologicalRI,
  title={Dendroclimatological reconstructions in South America: a review.},
  author={Jos{\'e} Armando Boninsegna and Jaime Argollo and Juan Carlos Aravena and Jonathan Barichivich and Duncan A. Christie and Mar{\'i}a Eugenia Alonso Ferrero and Antonio Lara and Carlos Le Quesne and Brian H. Luckman and Mariano H. Masiokas and Mariano S. Morales and Juliano Morales Oliveira and Fidel Alejandro Roig and Ana Marina Srur and Ricardo Lugo Villalba},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Recent years have seen a consolidation and expansion of tree-ring sample collection across South America. Most collections are concentrated in the temperate forests along the eastern and western slopes of the Southern Andes (32°S to 55°S). However, important advances in the reconnaissance and collection of new woody species useful for dendrochronology have recently been documented in new regions. The development of chronologies in tropical and subtropical arid regions of the Cordillera… CONTINUE READING

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