One. Tree ring study has branched (so to speak) a number of different scientific enterprises, including using tree rings for studying past wildfires, changes in climate, temporal and spatial changes, and general past ecologies.
A ring inside a tree trunk typically represents one year, as it shows the pattern of growth in two different colors during the tree’s growth season. The lightly colored portion represents the tree’s growth in the spring and summer followed by a darker stripe that show’s the tree’s growth in the autumn and winter.
The thickness of the ring depends on how much the tree grew that year, which indicates information such as how wet that year was and the length of the growing season.
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