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Digital Collaboration Platform


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This Virtual Knowledge Centre is dedicated to research, education and internationalization in the field of dendrochronology. It offers dedicated collaboration workspaces to scientists and students involved in tree-ring research, regardless of their affiliation. The content is provided by the participants, who also collaborate using the DCCD data archive.
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Click here for an overview of the members of this VKC. If you wish to become a member, please contact the site manager. To learn more about using this VKC, consult the VKC manual.


You are welcome to visit the VKC Archaeology.


 Special Events

Boekpresentatie 'De Messias'Atheneum Boekhandel, Amsterdam24-9-2015 17:30
Final meeting DCCD internationalization projectRCE Amersfoort26-9-2013 09:15
Jansma, E. (Esther)
International DCCD meetingRCE Amersfoort (NL)21-2-2013 09:00
Jansma, E. (Esther)


Boekpresentatie De Messias 
by Jansma, E. (Esther)
 15-8-2015 14:37

Op 24 september wordt de roman 'De Messias' gepresenteerd in Atheneum Boekhandel, Amsterdam. 

Met De Messias publiceren Wiljan van den Akker & Esther Jansma hun eerste gezamenlijke roman onder de schrijversnaam Julian Winter. Eerder vertaalden...

Dutch novel about dendrochronology: De Messias 
by Jansma, E. (Esther)
 8-4-2015 17:49

​Author: Julian Winter

Publishing house: Prometheus/Bert Bakker, Amsterdam (NL)

De Messias_Book cover.jpg
In September 2015 a Dutch novel will appear in which dendrochronology plays a key role. De Messias ('The Messiah') tells the story of Emma Faber, a dendroclimatologist...

Three Roman ships from Utrecht (NL) were built in Flanders (BE) 
by Jansma, E. (Esther)
 16-8-2014 15:23

​Link: Jansma, Haneca & Kosian 2014.

Dendrochronological research shows that Roman river barges 'De Meern 1' and 'De Meern 4', and the Roman punt 'De Meern 6', were built in north-western Flanders (Belgium). The location of the wreck sites in...

Research subsidy for "The Dark Age of the Lowlands" 
by Jansma, E. (Esther)
 13-9-2013 11:34

​The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) is funding interdisciplinary research on people, landscape and climate in the Netherlands between AD 300 and 1000. The DCCD is one of the data sources. More information can be found here

DCCD Manual 
by Jansma, E. (Esther)
 17-6-2012 18:17

​A DCCD manual has been created explaining the user interface of the DCCD tree-ring archive.

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