Steven L. Voelker, Paul-Emile Noirot-Cosson, Michael C. Stambaugh, Erin R. McMurry, Frederick C. Meinzer, Barbara Lachenbruch, and Richard P. Guyette. 2012. Spring temperature responses of oaks are synchronous with North Atlantic conditions during the last deglaciation. Ecological Monographs 82:169187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/11-0848.1


Supplement

Radiocarbon dates, laboratories, errors in dating, and associated anatomical measurements from subfossil oaks.
Ecological Archives
M082-006-S1
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Authors
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Author(s)

Steven L. Voelker
Southern Oregon University
Biology Department
1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, Oregon 97520 USA
E-mail: voelkerst@sou.edu

Barbara Lachenbruch
Oregon State University
Department of Wood Science & Engineering
Corvallis, Oregon 97330 USA

Paul-Emile Noirot-Cosson
Oregon State University
Department of Wood Science & Engineering
Corvallis, Oregon 97330 USA

Richard P. Guyette
University of Missouri
Department of Forestry
203ABNR Building
Columbia, Missouri 65211 USA

Michael C. Stambaugh
University of Missouri
Department of Forestry
203 ABNR Building
Columbia, Missouri 65211 USA

Erin R. McMurry
University of Missouri
Department of Forestry
203 ABNR Building
Columbia, Missouri 65211 USA

Frederick C. Meinzer
USDA Forest Service
Forest Sciences Laboratory
3200 Jefferson Way, Corvallis, Oregon, 97330, USA


File list

RadiocarbonAndAnatomySupplement.txt -- (MD5 checksum) 4ad6128e10fe1394a988a95d56ef9024

Description

The file RadiocarbonAndAnatomySupplement.txt is a tab-separated file. It contains radiocarbon dating information on sub-fossil oak samples and wood anatomical measurements from the same samples.

Column Definitions:

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Collectors

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Taxon

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ID#

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4

Location

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5

Latitude

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6

Longitude

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7

Radiocarbon lab

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8

Radiocarbon lab ID#

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9

Calibration Standard

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10

13C/12C ratio

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11

Measured radiocarbon age

Column

12

Measured radiocarbon error

Column

13

Conventional radiocarbon age

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14

Conventional radiocarbon error

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1 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP) 1

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1 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)1

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1 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution1

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18

1 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)2

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1 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)2

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1 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution2

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1 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)3

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1 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)3

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1 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution3

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1 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)4

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1 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)4

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 1 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution4

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1 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)5

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1 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)5

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1 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution5

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1 Sigma Median probability

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2 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)1

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2 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)1

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2 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution1

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2 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)2

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2 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)2

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2 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution2

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2 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)3

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2 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)3

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2 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution3

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2 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)4

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2 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)4

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2 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution4

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2 Sigma calibrated Age low (BP)5

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2 Sigma calibrated Age high (BP)5

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2 Sigma Relative area under probability distribution5

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2 Sigma Median probability

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# of tree rings in sample

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Wood anatomy measured (y/n)

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Anatomical variable EWks (sample mean)

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Anatomical variable EWD (sample mean)

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Anatomical variable Modal EWD (sample mean)

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Anatomical variable EWDh (sample mean)

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53

Anatomical variable EWAs (sample mean)

Column

54

Anatomical variable EWFs (sample mean)

 

Missing or blank values are numbered as “-9999”.

Note: Sample MED 471 does not include radiocarbon data because it was statistically cross-dated using tree-rings to another radiocarbon dated sample.


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