The Tree-Ring Search Enginge Do publish your data at the ITRDB!
It can be of great use for other people interested in dendrochronology. My own data from the
island of Nämdö in the Stockholm archipelago is published here.
We are now three dendro amateurs from Sweden who have published our data at the ITRDB!
The Danish oak chronology AD 200-1986 is no longer available at the homepage of the National museum in Copenhagen. Anyhow see
Cybis wiki on WestDK
"http://www.nnu.dk": Nationalmuseets Naturvidenskabelige Undersøgelser, Denmark. Many of the reports related to Norway contain measurement data that can be retrieved.
April 2016: Not available any longer! You might search at Nationalmuseet - Museer i hele Danmark.
With language set to English I searched for the word dendro, but found no hit.
With Danish as language there were some hits on dendro, but there seems to be no dendro data available online any longer./LÅL
These pages contain some reference curves from Sweden not yet published at the ITRDB.
They are, however, easiest reached through the Scandinavian reference list at
Cybis Wiki It also contains many pictures of old Swedish barns and houses, see e.g.
Hey-barns There are also pictures and info of dated windmills at the Baltic island of Öland
A paper on dating certainty:Anatolian tree-ring studies are untrustworthy by Douglas Keenan.
The t-score/worst-incorrect-match-diagrams described by the author are now available within CDendro, see the menu command Settings/Enable crossdating quality test functions.