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Dendrochronology in Cyprus: A Preliminary Reconstruction (A.D.1531-2006) of Spring/Summer Precipitation in the Chionistra Area of the Troodos Mountains and Applications to Environmental and Archaeological Research

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Trees in the Mediterranean experience challenging environmental conditions that may be influenced by climatic or anthropogenic factors. The variability of these environmental conditions is registered and preserved in tree-rings. This study demonstrates the potential of the Troodos forests to further elucidate Cyprus’ environmental and anthropological histories when dendrochronological results are utilized in conjunction with geological, archaeological, and historical evidence.

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