Mount Allison Dendrochronology Laboratory. Interesting.
The Mount Allison Dendrochronology Laboratory (MAD Lab) was launched in the fall of 2003. The MAD Lab was formed to investigate tree-ring related research questions in Atlantic Canada. The first priority of the MAD Lab is to establish extensive tree-ring chronologies in the region. These chronologies will form the foundation of various projects, from researching annually-resolved proxy climatic records for the Atlantic region, to dating historic structures in Maritime Canada.
Don’t phone the lab or they’ll lose count.
i am involved in the restoration of century buildings in belleville ontario. would like to establish when large structural timbers in building were cut. is this something you can do on a fee for service basis.