Tree rings tell tale of drought in Mongolia over the last 2,000 years

The data could help in predicting future dry spells

TIMBER  A scientist cuts into an ancient pine tree in Mongolia to examine its rings, which are offering new insights into the region’s past climate.

Neil Pederson

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