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Tasmanian Tree Ring Publications

Alcorn, P. J., J. K. Dingle, and J. E. Hickey. 2001. Age and stand structure in a multi-aged wet eucalypt forest at the Warra silvicultural systems trial. Tasforests 13:245-259.

Allen, K., R. Francey, K. Michael, and M. Nunez. 1999. A structural time series approach to the reconstruction of Tasmanian maximum temperatures. Environmental Modelling & Software 14:261-274.

Allen, K. J. 1998. A dendroclimatological investigation of Phyllocladus aspleniifolius (Labill.) Hook. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Allen, K. J. 2001. The potential for dendroclimatology in the Warra LTER Site, Tasmania. Tasforests 13:77-86.

Allen, K. J., E. R. Cook, R. J. Francey, and K. Michael. 2001. The climatic response of Phyllocladus aspleniifolius (Labill.) Hook. f in Tasmania. Journal of Biogeography 28:305-316.

Barbetti, M., T. Bird, G. Dolezal, G. Taylor, R. Francey, E. Cook, and M. Peterson. 1992. Radiocarbon variations from Tasmanian conifers - 1st results from late Pleistocene and Holocene logs. Radiocarbon 34:806-817.

Barbetti, M., T. Bird, G. Dolezal, G. Taylor, R. Francey, E. Cook, and M. Peterson. 1995. Radiocarbon variations from Tasmanian conifers: Results from three Early Holocene logs. Radiocarbon 37:361-369.

Barbetti, M., Q. Hua, U. Zoppi, D. Fink, Y. Zhao, and B. Thomson. 2004. Radiocarbon variations from the southern hemisphere, 10,350-9700 cal BP. Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 223:366-370.

Bird, T., J. Dolezal, M. Barbetti, and M. Francey. 1990. Tree-rings as indicators of environmental change. Tasforests 2-2:99-105.

Bowman, D. M. J. S. and J. B. Kirkpatrick. 1984. Geographic variation in the demographic structure of stands of Eucalyptus delegatensis R. T. Baker on dolerite in Tasmania. Journal of Biogeography 11:427-437.

Buckley, B. 1997. Climate variability in Tasmania based on dendroclimatic studies of Lagarostrobos franklinii. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Buckley, B. M., E. R. Cook, M. J. Peterson, and M. Barbetti. 1997. A changing temperature response with elevation for Lagarostrobos franklinii in Tasmania, Australia. Climatic Change 36:477-498.

Campbell, D. A. 1980. The feasibility of using tree-ring chronologies to augment hydrologic records in Tasmania, Australia. University of Arizona, Tuscon.

Cook, E., T. Bird, M. Peterson, M. Barbetti, B. Buckley, R. D'Arrigo, and R. Francey. 1992. Climatic change over the last millennium in Tasmania reconstructed from tree-rings. Holocene 2:205-217.

Cook, E., T. Bird, M. Peterson, M. Barbetti, B. Buckley, R. D'Arrigo, R. Francey, and P. Tans. 1991. Climatic change in Tasmania inferred from a 1089-year tree-ring chronology of huon pine. Science (Washington) 253:1266-1268.

Cook, E., M. Francey, B. Buckley, and R. D'Arrigo. 1996. Recent increases in Tasmanian Huon pine ring widths from a subalpine stand: natural climate variability, CO2 fertilisation, or greenhouse warming? Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 130:65-72.

Cook, E. R. 1995. Temperature histories from tree-rings and corals. Climate Dynamics 11:211-222.

Cook, E. R., B. M. Buckley, and R. D. D'Arrigo. 1996. Inter-decadal climate oscillations in the Tasmanian sector of the southern hemisphere: evidence from tree rings over the past three millenia. Pages 141-160 in P. D. Jones, R. S. Bradley, and J. Jouzel, editors. Climate Variations and Forcing Mechanisms of the Last 2000 Years. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

Cook, E. R., B. M. Buckley, R. D. D'Arrigo, and M. J. Peterson. 2000. Warm-season temperatures since 1600 BC reconstructed from Tasmanian tree rings and their relationship to large-scale sea surface temperature anomalies. Climate Dynamics 16:79-91.

Cook, E. R., B. M. Buckley, J. G. Palmer, P. Fenwick, M. J. Peterson, G. Boswijk, and A. Fowler. 2006. Millennia-long tree-ring records from Tasmania and New Zealand: a basis for modelling climate variability and forcing, past, present and future. Journal of Quaternary Science 21:689-699.

Currie, R. G. 1991. Deterministic signals in tree-rings from Tasmania, New Zealand, and South Africa. Annales Geophysicae-Atmospheres Hydrospheres and Space Sciences 9:71-81.

D'Arrigo, R., E. Cook, R. Villalba, B. Buckley, J. Salinger, J. Palmer, and K. Allen. 2000. Trans-Tasman Sea climate variability since AD 1740 inferred from middle to high latitude tree-ring data. Climate Dynamics 16:603-610.

Dunwiddie, P. W. and V. C. LaMarche, Jr. 1980. Dendrochronological characteristics of some native Australian trees. Australian Forestry 43:124-135.

Fowler, A. J. 1993. A late Pleistocene forest at Coal head point, Macquarie Harbour, Tasmania. University of Newcastle, Newcastle.

Francey, M., M. Barbetti, T. Bird, D. Beardsmore, W. Coupland, J. E. Dolezal, G. D. Farquhar, R. G.
Flynn, P. J. Fraser, R. M. Gifford, H. S. Goodman, B. Kunda, S. McPhail, G. Nanson, G. I. Pearman, N. G. Richards, T. D. Sharkey, R. B. Temple, and B. Weir. 1984. Isotopes in tree rings - Stanley River collections 1981/82. CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research, Aspendale, Victoria.

Francey, R. J. 1981. Tasmanian tree rings belie suggested anthropogenic 13C/12C trends. Nature 290:232-234.

Gilbert, J. M. 1959. Forest succession in the Florentine Valley, Tasmania. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 93:129-151.

Harris, S., K. Allen, P. Baker, T. Bird, D.M.J.S. Bowman, A. Connolly, L. d'Arville, C. Harwood, A. Rozefelds, and T. Wardlaw. In press. Guidelines for collecting and conserving dendrochronology samples from Tasmanian public reserves. TasForests.

Hickey, J. E., W. Su, P. Rowe, M. J. Brown, and L. Edwards. 1999. Fire history of the tall wet eucalypt forest of the Warra ecological research site, Tasmania. Australian Forestry 62:66-71.

Hua, Q., M. Barbetti, G. E. Jacobsen, U. Zoppi, and E. M. Lawson. 2000. Bomb radiocarbon in annual tree rings from Thailand and Australia. Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 172:359-365.

Hua, Q., M. Barbetti, U. Zoppi, D. M. Chapman, and B. Thomson. 2003. Bomb radiocarbon in tree rings from northern new south Wales, Australia: Implications for dendrochronology, atmospheric transport, and air-sea exchange of CO2. Radiocarbon 45:431-447.

Hua, Q., M. Barbetti, U. Zoppi, D. Fink, M. Watanasak, and G. E. Jacobsen. 2004. Radiocarbon in tropical tree rings during the Little Ice Age. Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 223:489-494.

Hudson, I., L. Wilson, and K. Van Beveren. 2001. Between species differences in whole tree maps of fibre properties in E-nitens and E-globulus - utility of control deviation charts to assess optimal sampling height. Appita Journal 54:182-189.

Hughes, M. K. and H. F. Diaz. 1994. Was there a Medieval warm period, and if so, where and when. Climatic Change 26:109-142.

Hughes, M. K., P. M. Kelly, J. R. Pilcher, and V. C. LaMarche, Jr. 1982. Climate from tree rings. Page vii + 223 pp. in Climate from tree rings.

Koch, A. 2007. Tree hollows in Tasmanian Eucalyptus obliqua forest and their use by vertebrate fauna. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Koch, A. J., D. A. Driscoll, and J. B. Kirkpatrick. 2008. Estimating the accuracy of tree ageing methods in mature Eucalyptus obliqua forest, Tasmania. Australian Forestry 71:147-159.

Koch, A. J., S. A. Munks, D. Driscoll, and J. B. Kirkpatrick. 2008. Does hollow occurrence vary with forest type? a case study in wet and dry Eucalyptus obliqua forest. Forest Ecology and Management 255:3938-3951.

Korol, R. L., M. U. F. Kirschbaum, G. D. Farquhar, and M. Jeffreys. 1999. Effects of water status and soil fertility on the C-isotope signature in Pinus radiata. Tree Physiology 19:551-562.

Kromer, B., M. Spurk, S. Remelle, M. Barbetti, and V. Toniello. 1998. Segments of atmospheric C14 change as derived from late glacial and early holocene floating tree-ring series. Radiocarbon 40:351-358.

LaMarche, V. C., Jr., R. L. Holmes, P. W. Dunwiddie, and L. G. Drew. 1979. Tree-ring chronologies of the southern hemisphere. Tree Ring Research Lab, University of Arizona, Tuscon.

Lange, T., M. Barbetti, and D. J. Donahue. 2001. Radiocarbon measurements of tree rings from 14 ka Huon pine. Radiocarbon 43:449-452.

McPhail, S., M. Barbetti, R. Francey, T. Bird, and J. Dolezal. 1983. C-14 variations from Tasmanian trees - preliminary results. Radiocarbon 25:797-802.

Ogden, J. 1978. Dendrochronological potential of Australian trees. Australian Journal of Ecology 3:339-356.

Ogden, J. 1978. Investigations of the dendrochronology of the genus Athrotaxis D. Don (Taxodiaceae) in Tasmania. Tree-Ring Bulletin 38:1-13.

Pearman, G. I., R. J. Francey, and P. J. B. Fraser. 1976. Climatic implications of stable carbon isotopes in tree rings. Nature, UK 260:771-772.

Rowell, M. V., G. J. Jordan, and R. W. Barnes. 2001. An in situ, Late Pleistocene Melaleuca fossil forest at Coal Head, western Tasmania, Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 49:235-244.


Shulmeister, J., I. Goodwin, J. Renwick, K. Harle, L. Armand, M. S. McGlone, E. Cook, J. Dodson, P. P. Hesse, P. Mayewski, and M. Curran. 2004. The Southern Hemisphere westerlies in the Australasian sector over the last glacial cycle: a synthesis. Quaternary International 118:23-53.

Stuiver, M. and T. F. Braziunas. 1998. Anthropogenic and solar components of hemispheric C-14. Geophysical Research Letters 25:329-332.

von Platen, J. 2008. A history and interpretation of fire frequency in dry eucalypt forests and woodlands of Eastern Tasmania. University of Tasmania, Hobart.

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