Fraxinus nigra flood ring dataset for the study of flood history (1850-2017) of the Driftwood River, northwestern Ontario

Published: 20 September 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/6pgc25nk27.1
Alexandre NOLIN,


Data include sample replication (N) and flood-ring frequencies (F1, F2) derived from black ash (Fraxinus nigra Marsh.) trees growing in the floodplain of the Driftwood River in northwestern Ontario reported in "Flood ring production modulated by river regulation in eastern boreal Canada" published in "Frontiers in Plant Science - Quantitative Wood Anatomy to Explore Tree Responses to Global Change" by Nolin et al. in 2021c. DriftwoodFR.csv, as in Fig. 4, F1 and F2 flood-rings chronologies per sites and distance class with sample replication (N) to reproduce the flood-ring frequencies. Harricana River F1 and F2 flood ring chronologies from Nolin et al., 2021b are also provided. DriftwoodRW.csv, as in Fig. 5, the mean site chronologies of total ring width with sample replication (N). LAT_LON_Driftwood.kml, the coordinate data for each F. nigra stand sampled on the Driftwood River, including Monteith dam location, in Google Earth format (.kml) meatadatas.txt, a set of self-explanatory instructions and descriptions for data files. All other data are available upon request to the corresponding author at (institutional email), (permanent email).



Fraxinus, Tree Ring, Paleoclimate, Flood