The 12,460-Year Hohenheim Oak and Pine Tree-Ring Chronology from Central Europe—A Unique Annual Record for Radiocarbon Calibration and Paleoenvironment Reconstructions

@article{Friedrich2004The1H,
  title={The 12,460-Year Hohenheim Oak and Pine Tree-Ring Chronology from Central Europe—A Unique Annual Record for Radiocarbon Calibration and Paleoenvironment Reconstructions},
  author={Michael Friedrich and Sabine Remmele and Bernd Kromer and J. Hofmann and Marco Spurk and Klaus Felix Kaiser and Christian Orcel and Manfred K{\"u}ppers},
  journal={Radiocarbon},
  year={2004},
  volume={46},
  pages={1111 - 1122}
}
The combined oak and pine tree-ring chronologies of Hohenheim University are the backbone of the Holocene radiocarbon calibration for central Europe. Here, we present the revised Holocene oak chronology (HOC) and the Preboreal pine chronology (PPC) with respect to revisions, critical links, and extensions. Since 1998, the HOC has been strengthened by new trees starting at 10,429 BP (8480 BC). Oaks affected by cockchafer have been identified and discarded from the chronology. The formerly… 

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