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Dating

Credit extension beyond normal terms of a credit supplier.
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Dating

The extension of credit by a bank to a customer for a longer-than-normal period of time.
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Which is why theCyprus Institute has recently founded the Cyprus Dendrochronology Laboratory in collaboration with Cornell University, the Department of Antiquities and the Department of Forestry.
Methods of dendrochronology: applications in the environmental sciences.
The dendrochronology is the dating and study of annual rings in trees.
It responds to scientific questions about whether and how global climate change is affecting tree growth in these areas, and how in turn those changes might affect the science of dendrochronology. Trees at the northern limits of growth are sampled, and so are locations further south, such as Mongolia and far eastern Russia, where the tree line depends on altitude.
Islamabad -- A one-day training workshop has recently been organized by the Botanical Sciences Division, at Pakistan Museum of Natural History Islamabad which focused on the introduction of the new and emerging field of dendrochronology in Pakistan along with its applications.
The converse situation, again exposed by the intrusion of dendrochronology, is where truly synchronous events in the past may have gone unrecognised because the dating--mostly radiocarbon based--has smeared the "event" into a "period".
The photographs provide a visual record of past conditions that can be used to complement forest-inventory analysis, dendrochronology, Geographic Information Systems, and other methods used for ecological monitoring.
Dendrochronology determines the date of wooden objects, carbon-14 dating provides date ranges for artworks composed of organic materials and thermoluminescence provides dates for certain types of inorganic materials.
Crossdating in dendrochronology. Journal of Forensics.