What Do Tree Rings Tell US?

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Tree rings normally tell us age of a tree and the width of wood in each ring. They are also used by the scientists to reconstruct past climatic conditions since trees are good environmental indicators. They can also restructure an approximate calendar of wet and dry years.
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In my experience, tree rings can tell us several things. They can tell us the age of the tree and they can tell us if the tree has been in major fires or had attacks by insects.
Tree rings can tell us many different things. The rings of the tree can tell us their age, what the climate was, and whether there was any droughts or floods.
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