AMRE Team | Killbuck Watershed Land Trust

AMRE team, Killbuck Watershed Land Trust

Tyrell Cooper ’25, Earth Sciences
Ihaja Metz ’26, Earth Sciences
Mary Palmieri ’26, Earth Sciences
My Pham ’25, Earth Sciences

Advisors: Meagan Pollock, Greg Wiles

White oak (Quercus alba) tree rings can serve as a record of past climatic conditions and can be analyzed to determine tree response to a changing climate. The team analyzed white oak tree rings to see how the species is responding to a wetter climate and to learn how white oaks are responding to climate change.




Posted in EL Showcase 2023 - AMRE on November 10, 2023.

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