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Researchers Able to Better Pinpoint History of Droughts Through Exploration of Tree Rings


July 2, 2012

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Through an exploration of tree rings and oxygen isotopes, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh are now able to better pinpoint the history of droughts in the arid and semiarid areas of the American West.Full Story

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