I paid for the Microsoft Expression Web Pro and Dreamweaver CS5 software, my Macbook Pro laptop (also running Windows 7 via VMware), my Dropbox Pro account, high-speed Internet and home wireless, wireless printer, and all the "hidden" overhead (paper, cartridges, electricity), even the extra server space needed for the many files! I'd like to keep these tree-ring web pages online for another 20 years! First, click on the "A to Z Index" button to the upper left for a comprehensive list of items available from these pages.
Then find the item on that page by using the "Find in page" function of your browser.
Finally, when all else fails, get in touch with me at the email address below and ask me your question.
I promise I'll provide a timely answer as quickly as possible.
Too often, scientists are overwhelmed with a glut of information about a particular subject, making it difficult to read through and separate the significant material from the unimportant. In the Science of Tree Rings web site, I've organized all facets of dendrochronology into neat groups, each available by clicking on the links at the left or on the slide-out menus that follow. I receive a small percentage (4%) from each sale and all proceeds go towards helping keep these web pages going.
Many people think that the Science of Tree Rings web site is supported completely by my university. I do all the web page information searching, coding, and designing at home in my home office in my free time, which likely amounts so far to thousands of hours of personal time. In fact, if you buy anything after linking to Amazon through my stores, I still receive a small percentage.