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Living in what was then the Territory of Arizona, astronomer A. Douglass went searching for an extensive weather record for his research, only to come up short.He then looked at the trees in the region, which showed a clear pattern of wide and thin bands that correspond to precipitation patterns — thin rings would indicate low precipitation, wide rings higher precipitation.

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However, when the interpretation of scientific data contradicts the true history of the world as revealed in the Bible, then it’s the interpretation of the data that is at fault.

It’s important to remember that we have limited data, and new discoveries have often overturned previous ‘hard facts’.

These samples were vital in reconstructing Northern Hemisphere temperatures as far back as 1,300 years ago.

Describing these first trips to the Arctic, D’Arrigo painted a picture of science on the edge of a new frontier.

Creationists have shown that the biblical kind is usually larger than the ‘species’ and in many cases even larger than the ’genus’—see my article Ligers and wholphins? Taking this into account would bring the age of the oldest living Bristlecone Pine into the post-Flood era.

Claimed older tree ring chronologies depend on the cross-matching of tree ring patterns of pieces of dead wood found near living trees.

These slabs, as well as smaller samples from living trees, are studied and analyzed using dendrochronology, the clunky-sounding technique of tree-ring dating.

Using trees with Arctic origins, the scientists in the Lab have reconstructed past climatic patterns and environmental change in the region.

Today, scientists go beyond dating a tree, using the thousands of tree-ring records to infer glacial activity, climate and forest fires of the past.

For some of these events, they look at unique indicators in the tree, such as “scars” from a fire. In the sub-field of dendrochronology, dendroclimatology reconstructs past precipitation or temperatures in the tree sample’s site.

An obituary for Jacoby on Columbia’s Earth Institute’s website describes him as diving into freezing lakes to gather preserved dead trees from the low-oxygen water where they could remain preserved.

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