The graying of cedar shingles in a maritime climate—a fungal basis?

@article{Cronin2000TheGO,
  title={The graying of cedar shingles in a maritime climate—a fungal basis?},
  author={Lisa A. Cronin and W N Tiffney and Douglas E. Eveleigh},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={319-322}
}
Cedar shingling is used extensively on the exterior of buildings of Nantucket Island because it is resistant to damage and decay by the elements. Although often structurally sound for up to 30 years, cedar shingles weather to a characteristic gray in this maritime clime within weeks of their installation. In contrast, cedar shingles when weathered in more… CONTINUE READING