Scientific article

John F. Shroder, Jr.'s 1978 and 1980 papers on dendrogeomorphology

Published inProgress in Physical Geography, vol. 37, no. 5, p. 717-721
Publication date2013

Dendrogeomorphology is the application of tree-ring analysis for the dating of geomorphic processes. Although defined elsewhere, Shroder (1978, 1980) provided the foundation and methodologies for dendrogeomorphology that continue to underpin the discipline more than 30 years after the publication of his research papers. His process-event-response methodology and development of a semi-quantitative index number are techniques employed or discussed in virtually every recent paper within the field of dendrogeomorphology.

  • Classics revisited
  • Dendrogeomorphology
  • Index number
  • Process-event-response methodology
  • Shroder
Citation (ISO format)
BUTLER, David R., STOFFEL, Markus. John F. Shroder, Jr.”s 1978 and 1980 papers on dendrogeomorphology. In: Progress in Physical Geography, 2013, vol. 37, n° 5, p. 717–721. doi: 10.1177/0309133313501107
ISSN of the journal0309-1333

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