At 04:11 PM 7/14/99 EDT, you wrote: Hi Keith,
What is your take on the Vagonov et al. paper concerning the influence of snowfall and melt timing on tree growth in Siberia? Frankly, I can't believe it was published as is. It is amazinglly thin on details. Isn't Sob the same site as your Polar Urals site? If so, why is the Sob response window so radically shorter then the ones you identified in your Nature paper for both density and ring width? I notice that they used Berezovo instead of Salekhard, which is much closer according to the map. Is that because daily data were only available for the Berezovo? Also, there is no evidence for a decline or loss of temperature response in your data in the post-1950s (I assume that you didn't apply a bodge here). This fully contradicts their claims, although I do admit that such an effect might be happening in some places.
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