Poster 107: Hayley Lind – Spatial Variation of Starch and Sugars in Ponderosa Pine

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Faculty mentor: Rich Fiorella

Starch and sugar concentrations, along with oxygen and carbon isotope ratios, can tell us what information about precipitation patterns gets recorded in tree rings. We have performed analysis on ponderosa pine trees from two places, one site in Arizona and one in Utah, to see how spatial precipitation variations impact tree growth and water use.

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