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Tree-Ring Research on Tectona Grandis in Northern Thailand

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From a network of teak chronologies in northern Thailand, 75 trees within one province were evaluated regarding their climatic signal. The raw tree-ring series revealed a high mean sensitivity of 0.50 and a moderate first-order autocorrelation of 0.48. The first principal component of the standardized data explained 44% of the total variation in the tree-ring data, indicating a considerable climatic influence on tree growth. The climate-growth relationship suggested that growth of teak in this study area is mainly controlled by rainfall from April to June. Thus, there is some promise that the whole network of teak chronologies in northern Thailand can contribute to reconstructing climate over at least the last three centuries.


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