Pinus banksiana and Fraxinus nigra dataset for the study of spring temperature in eastern boreal Canada

Published: 15 December 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kk2rsk7rj6.1
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Data include tree-ring widths and wood anatomical chronologies of Pinus banksiana and Fraxinus nigra trees growing in eastern boreal Canada, as well as the reconstructed spring mean temperature, reported in "A 247-years tree-ring reconstruction of spring temperature and relation to spring flooding in eastern boreal Canada" published in "International journal of Climatology" by Nolin et al., 2021. PIBA_FRNI_Chronos.csv, the tree-ring widths and wood anatomical chronologies (1706-2017) used in this study (species and sites are coded as in Table 1); PIBA_FRNI_SampDepth.csv, the annual replication of samples used to produce each chronologies (1706-2017); PIBA_FRNI_RecSpringTemp.csv, the reconstructed mean spring temperature (1770 to 2016) LAT_LON_SpringTemp.kml, the coordinate data for each sampling site: metadatas.txt, a set of self-explanatory instructions and descriptions for data files. All other data are available upon request to the corresponding author at alexandreflorent.nolin@uqat.ca (institutional email), alexandreflorent.nolin@gmail.com (permanent email).

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Fraxinus, Pinus banksiana, Temperature, Dendrochronology, Tree Ring, Paleoclimate, Flood

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