Indonesia References

TRL References  related to Indonesian Tree-Ring Research

Allan, R. J. and R. D. D'Arrigo. 1999. ' Persistent' ENSO sequences: how unusual was the 1990-1995 El Niño? The Holocene 9: 101-118.

Cook, E. R., J. E. Cole, R. D. D'Arrigo, D. W. Stahle and R. Villalba. 2000. Tree-ring records of past ENSO variability and forcing. H. Diaz and V. Markgraf, editors.

D'Arrigo, R.D. and G.C. Jacoby. 1994. On the need to rescue teak wood from Southeast Asia for dendroclimatic studies. PAGES Newsletter 2: Number 3. November 1994.

D'Arrigo, R.D., G.C.Jacoby and P.J.Krusic. 1994. Progress in Dendroclimatic Studies in Indonesia . TAO (Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences) 5: 349-363

D'Arrigo, R., E. Cook, R. Wilson, R. Allan and M. Mann. 2005. On the variability of ENSO over the past six centuries . Geophys. Res. Lett. 32, L03711, doi:10.1029/2004GL022055.*

D’Arrigo, R., Wilson, R., Palmer, J., Krusic, P.J., Curtis, A., Sakulich, J.,  Bijaksana, S.,  Zulaikah, S.,  and Ngkoimani, L. 2006. Monsoon drought over Java, Indonesia during the past two centuries Geophysical Research Letters .,33, L04709, doi: 10.1029/2005GL025465.*

D’Arrigo, R.,  Wilson, R., Palmer, J., Krusic, P.J., Curtis, A., Sakulich, J.,  Bijaksana, S.,  Zulaikah, S., Ngkoimani, L., and Tudhope, A. In Press. Reconstructed Indonesian warm pool SSTs from tree rings and corals: Linkages to Asian monsoon drought and ENSO . In press, Paleooceanography .**

Jacoby, G.C. and R.D. D'Arrigo. 1990. Teak (Tectona grandis L.F.), a tropical species of large scale dendroclimatic potential. Dendrocronologia 8:83-98.

Stahle, D. W., R. D. D'Arrigo, P. J. Krusic, M. K. Cleaveland, E. R. Cook, R. J. Allan, J. E. Cole, R. B. Dunbar, M. D. Therrell, D. A. Gay, M. D. Moore, M. A. Stokes, B. T. Burns and L. G. Thompson. Experimental  dendroclimatic  reconstruction  of  the Southern Oscillation . 1998. Bull. Amer. Met. Soc.79: 2137-2152.

*Edited versions were published by AGU.

** Accepted for publication in Paleooceanography . Copyright 2006 American Geophysical Union.

Teak cross-section on display at Gubug Payung Forest Reserve, Java.