COLUMBIA — There's almost no end to what Mike Stambaugh can do with tree rings. He can tell you how old a building is, about the culture of a region or even when wildfires, volcanic eruptions or meteor impacts happened or are likely to happen again.
Dendrochronologists at MU use tree rings to reveal answers from the past
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