This is due to a lack of long master chronologies built for chestnut in these regions and because of the lack of agreement with the very few up to date chestnut curves published for other areas.
Chestnut appears to be a suitable species for performing dendrochronological analysis because it forms annual rings, and is a ring-porous species.
This paper describes a novel method for calibration of the dose rate provided by a beta source used for luminescence dating.
The calibration has been performed using an in-house calibration quartz that is given a dose in a Co-60 gamma ray facility.
The results of intraspecific synchronization among chestnut site chronologies are not encouraging.
Nevertheless, the degree of visual matching among the chronologies play an important role.
The beta dose rate was found to be in perfect agreement with an independent calibration using irradiated quartz provided by the Nordic Laboratory for Luminescence dating.
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Nevertheless it shows a very fast growth rate, which results in the presence of only a low number of annual rings even in large beams.
To further the understanding of the dendrochronological characteristics that are important for dating purposes, this paper discusses an investigation based an a dendrochronological assessment of living chestnut trees.