The two bald cypress trees in front of the Beall House, with Josh Charlton to the left. The oak samples did pass the test and qualified for sampling. Wiles aligning the drill bit prior to drilling in order to hit the heartwood and center of the rings. Chestnut oak cores collected from Stebbins Gulch before mounting process. These eventful trips included a lot of tree coring and required lots of bug spray. Juwan drilling for the second core.
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Two additional students are working in the lab with data collected from Columbia Glacier in Prince William Sound, Alaska.
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Wiles worked on obtaining a core from the other oak beam. Wiles and Nick Wiesenberg for research in Alaska. It is difficult to date structures if the outer rings are missing because we do not know exactly when that particular tree was felled. They are currently working on an abstract to submit to the upcoming GSA conference this fall. Weblog authors are solely responsible for the content and accuracy of their weblogs, including opinions they express, and the College of Wooster disclaims any and all liability for that content, its accuracy, and opinions it may contain. The date is unambiguous and most of the timber was cut after the growing season of and it is likely that the house was originally constructed inone of the first to be built in the East Union Township. This process is more thoroughly outlined in our Gingery Barn post.