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    They also document temperature and cloud cover as they impact tree growth as well.This record of annual summer information is very important when you consider that certain types of trees grow slowly over hundreds and hundreds of years, and therefore contain a record of as many years of climate and climate change. Trees in the temperate zone only record the growing season, so the winter season, no matter how dramatic, will not be seen in the ring record.Tree rings are a good place to start thinking about how climate researchers get information about past climates.In certain cases, trees can live for many hundreds of years and in an extraordinary case, like the bristlecone pine, thousands of years!Dendrochronology is the study of climate change as recorded by tree growth rings.Each year, trees add a layer of growth between the older wood and the bark.Catherine Ward Thompson – University of Edinburgh“Woods and Wellbeing: recent evidence on mental health and improved access to natural environments” This talk will present some early findings from our NIHR Public Health Research study of the WIAT programme and links to mental health, in the context of a wider range of evidence on environmental interventions and benefits for health and wellbeing.Kate Heal – University of Edinburgh“Wind farms on peatlands - the hydrochemistry story” The effects of wind farm activities (including forest felling) on peatland have been quantified on carbon and nutrient loading into streams.

    Carbon consists of 99% carbon-12, 1% carbon-13, and about one part per million carbon-14.This layer, or ring as seen in cross section, can be wide, recording a wet season, or narrow, recording a dry growing season.Because the rings are basically recording a good growing season or a bad growing season, they are indirectly recording more than just moisture.Whilst there is now an extensive body of results for CO2 , there is much less information on the effect of re-wetting on the other two major greenhouse gases, N2O and CH4 or how land use might impact on the ‘Birch-Effect’.In this talk I will report on the effect of a range of in situ simulated rainfall studies on the emissions of CO2, N2O and CH4 from different land uses under cool-temperate conditions.

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