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Radial increment and tree-ring evidence: mathematical tools

, : Radial increment and tree-ring evidence: mathematical tools. Radial' nyi prirost i dendroindikatsiya matematicheskoe obespechenie: 82

A collection of 7 papers on the use of computers for processing tree-ring data, synchronization of dendrochronological series and dendroclimatology, including several programs in ALGOL and FORTRAN.

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