dendrohydrology

dendrohydrology

[‚den·dro·hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(archeology)
The science of using tree-ring data to investigate and reconstruct hydrologic properties, such as streamflow and riverflow, runoff, and past lake levels.
(hydrology)
The science of determining hydrologic occurrences by the comparison of tree ring thickness with streamflow or precipitation. Also known as tree-ring hydrology.
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