Category: Tropical Dendrochronology


I was lucky enough to return to Cuba in July to attend a conference that I was invited to by some Cuban colleagues, and this time I actually got to go into the field to try to find some tree-ring samples. We went to a region called Pinar del Rio, specifically to an area called Viñales. This place is quite picturesque because of the Karst topography.

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Got to go to Cuba as part of the University of Alabama Cuba Center. As you might imagine it was a very interesting trip. I was there to to check out the potential for doing tree-ring studies on the island. Unfortunately I did not get to make any collections but I did get to visit several natural areas both near Havana, and farther along the northern coast in the state of Matanzas.  As usual when I have traveled I found the […]

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