The University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research (LTRR) is offering short summer courses in dendrochronology. These two- and three-week intensive courses will introduce students to theory, laboratory and field techniques, and current research in each subfield. Courses will be based at the LTRR with field trips to sites in the Southwest region. Lectures will be presented by course instructors and other leading scientists. Course readings are drawn primarily from the published literature. Classes are designed for graduate students as well as faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and working professionals with suitable backgrounds. Undergraduates who are interested in the dendroclimatology or dendroecology course should have suitable background in ecology or climate studies in order to register.
Taught by: Ramzi Touchan (firstname.lastname@example.org) and David M. Meko
Taught by: Tom Swetnam, Don Falk, and Ellis Margolis (email@example.com)
Taught by: Ron Towner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To Register: Additional details, including registration instructions are available here.