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Michael G. Baillie is a leading expert in dendrochronology , or dating by means of tree-rings. In the s, he was instrumental in building a year-by-year chronology of tree-ring growth reaching 7, years into the past. The evidence suggests that these environmental downturns were wide-ranging catastrophic events; the AD event in particular is attested in tree-ring chronologies from Siberia through Europe and North and South America.
Dendrochronology, the study of tree-time, is a multidisciplinary science providing chronometric, environmental, behavioral, and other data to scholars of all kinds, as well as to curious members of the general public. For archaeologists, the most important result of dendrochronological analysis is the assignment of solar calendar dates to the growth rings of trees. The fundamental principle of dendrochronology is crossdating, or the systematic analytical process that matches ring-width variations within and between trees, usually of the same species, and which are growing in close proximity.