Asia.

Sizhong Zheng Sizhong, Xiangding Wu Xiangding, Zhenyao Lin Zhenyao, Malcolm Hughes

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Abstract

Dendroclimatic work began in Japan in 1920 and in China in the 1930s. As the largest landmass in the N Hemisphere, Asia is of great significance to the development of a hemispheric tree-ring data base. Discusses the limited studies that have been performed; the main problems for the future would appear to be the calibration and verification of reconstructions, since the areas without historical records are those often most remote from weather stations.-L.F.Musk

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationClimate from tree rings
EditorsM.K. Hughes
PublisherCambridge University Press
Pages155-158
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 1982
Externally publishedYes

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Zheng Sizhong, S., Wu Xiangding, X., Lin Zhenyao, Z., & Hughes, M. (1982). Asia. In M. K. Hughes (Ed.), Climate from tree rings (pp. 155-158). Cambridge University Press.

Asia. / Zheng Sizhong, Sizhong; Wu Xiangding, Xiangding; Lin Zhenyao, Zhenyao; Hughes, Malcolm.

Climate from tree rings. ed. / M.K. Hughes. Cambridge University Press, 1982. p. 155-158.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Zheng Sizhong, S, Wu Xiangding, X, Lin Zhenyao, Z & Hughes, M 1982, Asia. in MK Hughes (ed.), Climate from tree rings. Cambridge University Press, pp. 155-158.
Zheng Sizhong S, Wu Xiangding X, Lin Zhenyao Z, Hughes M. Asia. In Hughes MK, editor, Climate from tree rings. Cambridge University Press. 1982. p. 155-158
Zheng Sizhong, Sizhong ; Wu Xiangding, Xiangding ; Lin Zhenyao, Zhenyao ; Hughes, Malcolm. / Asia. Climate from tree rings. editor / M.K. Hughes. Cambridge University Press, 1982. pp. 155-158
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