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4452.txt

date: Mon, 9 Dec 96 14:19:37 +0500
from: "Tatiana M. Dedkova" <tatmatXYZxyzec.quorus.e-burg.su>
subject: from Rashit
to: k.briffaatXYZxyz.ac.uk

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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