Dendrochronology absolute dating method
The inner portion of a growth ring is formed early in the growing season, when growth is comparatively rapid (hence the wood is less dense) and is known as "early wood" or "spring wood" or "late-spring wood." The outer portion is the "late wood" (and has sometimes been termed "summer wood," often being produced in the summer, though sometimes in the autumn) and is denser.
"Early wood" is used in preference to "spring wood," as the latter term may not correspond to that time of year in climates where early wood is formed in the early summer (for example, Canada) or in autumn, as in some Mediterranean species.
Growth rings, also referred to as tree rings or annual rings, can be seen in a horizontal cross section cut through the trunk of a tree.
Growth rings are the result of new growth in the vascular cambium, a lateral meristem, and are synonymous with secondary growth.
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Thus wood from ancient structures can be matched to known chronologies (a technique called cross-dating) and the age of the wood determined precisely.
Cross-dating was originally done by visual inspection, until computers were harnessed to do the statistical matching.
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To provide absolute dates of dendrochronological work. Many trees in temperate zones make one growth ring each year, with the newest adjacent to the bark.