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3626.txt

date: Fri Apr 4 14:26:42 1997
from: Keith Briffa <k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: from Rashit
to: m.salmon@uea

>To: k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk
>Organization: ECOLOGY INSTITUTE
>From: "Tatiana M. Dedkova" <tatmatXYZxyzec.quorus.e-burg.su>
>Date: Mon, 9 Dec 96 14:19:37 +0500
>Return-Receipt-To: tatmatXYZxyzec.quorus.e-burg.su
>Subject: from Rashit
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>Lines: 106
>
>Dear Keith,
>we received your letters concerning our paper for Dendrochronologia
>and three long chronologies.
>1. As regards individual ring width data of living trees from
>Yamal we would remind you that you have them. Stepan gave to you
>in England one diskette. There are data for Larix sibirica from
>three sites (KHA - from Khadyta river, 67812'N 69850'E; JAH -
>from Yahody river 67807'N 69854'E and POR - from Portsa river
>67827'N 71800'E) and for Picea obovata from two points (SCH -
>Shtshutshya river 66849'N 69850'E and KHD - from Khadyta river
>67807'N 69854'E).
>2. We would be very gratefull if you can do some corrections and
>additions in the paper for Dendrochronologia. We did not quite
>understand what we have to do on missing rings? Just enumerate
>years when missing rings occur? If so, these are following years:
>
> Year absent % ind % Year absent % ind %
>-1172 1 of 4 25% 51 700 2 of 8 25% 31
>-1171 1 of 4 25% 12 707 1 of 9 11% 31
>-1168 1 of 4 25% 13 718 1 of 8 13% 33
>-1142 1 of 5 20% 50 773 1 of 8 13% 38
>-1127 1 of 5 20% 15 777 1 of 9 11% 67
>-1126 1 of 5 20% 10 814 3 of 9 33% 12
>-1029 1 of 10 10% 57 816 3 of 9 33% 10
>-1021 1 of 10 10% 55 818 3 of 10 30% 14
> -988 1 of 10 10% 17 867 1 of 11 9% 34
> -987 1 of 10 10% 12 903 1 of 11 9% 12
> -986 2 of 10 20% 17 904 1 of 10 10% 30
> -971 1 of 12 8% 44 914 1 of 9 11% 25
> -969 1 of 12 8% 67 915 1 of 9 11% 61
> -964 1 of 12 8% 14 959 1 of 10 10% 59
> -899 1 of 10 10% 29 1006 1 of 12 8% 28
> -886 1 of 9 11% 42 1007 1 of 12 8% 28
> -882 4 of 9 44% 5 1170 2 of 12 17% 8
> -860 1 of 11 9% 20 1259 1 of 10 10% 28
> -823 2 of 8 25% 18 1270 1 of 11 9% 36
> -792 1 of 6 17% 15 1278 3 of 11 27% 15
> -547 2 of 5 40% 61 1290 1 of 10 10% 44
> -543 1 of 6 17% 91 1300 1 of 9 11% 18
> -318 1 of 5 20% 29 1302 1 of 9 11% 58
> -294 1 of 5 20% 66 1323 1 of 7 14% 18
> -292 1 of 6 17% 24 1334 1 of 8 13% 53
> -288 1 of 6 17% 61 1342 1 of 9 11% 8
> -287 2 of 6 33% 25 1347 1 of 9 11% 14
> -261 1 of 5 20% 30 1380 1 of 12 8% 38
> -248 1 of 5 20% 13 1453 5 of 13 38% 9
> -246 1 of 5 20% 25 1456 1 of 13 8% 20
> -241 1 of 5 20% 12 1460 1 of 13 8% 24
> -239 1 of 5 20% 25 1466 1 of 12 8% 30
> -139 2 of 7 29% 9 1529 2 of 7 29% 10
> -119 1 of 7 14% 14 1560 1 of 7 14% 6 living
> -118 1 of 7 14% 11 1714 1 of 11 9% 49 1 of 16 6%
> 16 1 of 8 13% 26 1718 73 1 of 16 6%
> 49 1 of 9 11% 11 1730 45 1 of 20 5%
> 134 1 of 22 5% 33 1732 28 2 of 20 10%
> 143 4 of 21 19% 7 1739 3 of 9 33% 50 1 of 20 5%
> 155 1 of 21 5% 54 1742 23 3 of 20 15%
> 207 1 of 16 6% 54 1749 57 1 of 20 5%
> 426 1 of 6 17% 19 1752 67 1 of 21 5%
> 492 1 of 9 11% 19 1755 72 1 of 21 5%
> 493 1 of 9 11% 16 1783 39 1 of 22 5%
> 495 1 of 9 11% 16 1788 83 1 of 22 5%
> 536 1 of 12 8% 38 1789 92 1 of 22 5%
> 546 1 of 12 8% 12 1795 102 1 of 22 5%
> 579 1 of 16 6% 41 1806 68 1 of 22 5%
> 589 1 of 19 5% 31 1808 97 1 of 22 5%
> 596 1 of 18 6% 22 1812 35 1 of 22 5%
> 598 1 of 18 6% 51 1814 54 1 of 22 5%
> 623 3 of 17 18% 6 1815 30 1 of 22 5%
> 636 2 of 17 12% 32 1816 2 of 3 67% 2 16 of 22 73%
> 637 4 of 17 24% 9 1817 33 1 of 22 5%
> 639 3 of 17 18% 9 1818 3 of 3 100% 4 14 of 22 64%
> 640 7 of 17 41% 7 1819 22 6 of 22 27%
> 644 1 of 18 6% 22 1820 1 of 3 33% 9 12 of 22 55%
> 646 2 of 18 11% 26 1824 1 of 3 33% 66
> l i v i n g
> 1825 2 of 22 9% 38
> 1828 1 of 22 5% 47
> 1831 5 of 22 23% 28
> 1833 4 of 22 18% 31
> 1837 1 of 22 5% 49
> 1867 3 of 23 13% 21
> 1882 1 of 23 4% 39
> 1883 1 of 23 4% 50
> 1884 1 of 23 4% 29
> 1885 1 of 23 4% 28
> 1889 1 of 24 4% 20
> 1891 1 of 24 4% 32
> 1903 2 of 24 8% 46
> 1934 1 of 24 4% 45
> 1946 1 of 24 4% 46
> 1947 1 of 24 4% 40
> 1967 1 of 20 5% 102
> 1971 1 of 20 5% 50
> 1975 1 of 20 5% 40
>
>We have to note that frequency of missing rings on increment
>cores of living trees higher, because on samples of subfossil
>trees we try to find this kind of rings on whole disc.
>Some periods are notable for missing rings: 988-964 BC, 882 BC,
>143 AD, 623-646 AD (especially 640 AD), 814-816-818 AD, 1453 AD
>and beginning of 1800th AD.
>3. Stepan ask what about book by Bailey?
>Best wishes,
>Rashit
>
>

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