Andrew Ellicott Douglass and the Role of the Giant Sequoia in the Development of Dendrochronology
The story of Andrew Ellicott Douglass and the Big Trees. Douglass asked if there were any cycles in climate, and if so, are the cycles tuned by our sun? This history for his search for climatic changes in the Giant Sequotias also leads to collaborations with the leading archeologists of his day.
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