Yes, all trees do produce tree rings. Trees produce small rings during the years or drought and larger rings during years of good growing conditions. By counting the rings from the middle of the trunk and studying their width a scientists can reconstruct an approximate calendar of wet and dry years. Scientists can also see the frequency of fires by finding scars that appear in the growth rings.
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