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Samples from the tree were able to generate calibration points back to that date. It is narrow or broad, depending upon whether the weather during that year was dry or wet, and whether the tree was exposed to various stressors.
Bristlecone pines grow so slowly that its rings are paper thin; their width has to be studied under a microscope.
"Dendrochronologists [scientists who study tree rings] have built sequences for a number of tree species, including German, Irish and Polish oaks, Patagonian cypresses, Lebanese cedars, pine, yew, spruce, and chestnut.
In a stratigraphical context objects closer to the surface are more recent in time relative to items deeper in the ground.Radiocarbon is produced in the upper atmosphere after Nitrogen-14 isotopes have been impacted by cosmic radiation.