Computer assisted quality control in tree ring dating and measurement updating the mac system
In this study we demonstrate the significant dendrochronological potential of Callitris intratropica, a native conifer distributed across much of the seasonal tropics of northern Australia.
We developed two rigorously cross-dated chronologies from sites in the Northern Territory, Australia.
The Inspection Process and its proper Management are discussed in more detail below.
NDT is a primary recovery mechanism for errors in design, construction and operational activities.
Our study demonstrates the significant potential of high-quality dendrochronological research on mainland Australia in general, and of C.
intratropica, specifically, to reconstruct historical variation of the Australian monsoon system. intratropica may be able to provide novel insights into the dynamics of forests in the seasonal tropics of northern Australia and the role of disturbances, such as fire and cyclones, on these ecosystems. | Crossref | Phyllocladus aspleniifolius (Labill.) Hook.
The second chronology (1847–2006) was developed from trees growing naturally near Pine Creek and compared with long-term instrumental climate records to assess the potential for dendroclimatic reconstructions.
NDT often provides the only method of obtaining information about the current 'health' of process plant.
The distinction between what would be considered changes in material properties and what would be considered a defect is not distinct.
This can lead to NDT missing defects and also producing false calls i.e.
We thank Dick Williams and Garry Cook, CSIRO Tropical Ecosystems Research Centre (Darwin), for their help in identifying and facilitating access to the research sites. f in Tasmania.&journal=Journal of Biogeography&volume=28&pages=305-316&publication_year=2001&author=K Michael&hl=en&doi=10.1046/j.1365-2699.2001.00546.x" target="_blank" class="reftools" 31, 277–281. Muell.&journal=Australian Journal of Botany&volume=31&pages=277-281&publication_year=1983&author=J Ash&hl=en&doi=10.1071/BT9830277" target="_blank" class="reftools" 20, 373–381. | Crossref | Lagarostrobos franklinii in Tasmania, Australia.&journal=Climatic Change&volume=36&pages=477-498&publication_year=1997&author=M Barbetti&hl=en&doi=10.1023/A:1005322332230" target="_blank" class="reftools" 85, 213–229.
This work was funded by the US National Science Foundation (Grant ATM-OCE 04–02474) and by an Early Career Researcher grant from Monash University and an Australian Research Council grant (DP0878744) to PJB. | Crossref | Callitris intratropica in the Northern Territory: implications for pre-and post-European colonization fire regimes.&journal=Journal of Biogeography&volume=20&pages=373-381&publication_year=1993&author=WJ Panton&hl=en&doi=10.2307/2845586" target="_blank" class="reftools" (1995) Interpreting high-resolution proxy climate data-the example of dendroclimatology. | Crossref | Callitris collumellaris reflects recent climate change in north-western Australia.&journal=Climatic Change&volume=85&pages=213-229&publication_year=2007&author=PF Grierson&hl=en&doi=10.1007/s10584-006-9206-3" target="_blank" class="reftools" (2001) A new technique in dendroecology using Callitris. (Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, Australian National University: Canberra) 124, 217–229.
Search for computer assisted quality control in tree ring dating and measurement:
NDT is rarely 100% effective at detecting defects of concern.