Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Blog Traffic from Russia

Hello Blog Users,
I have noticed that I get a lot of traffic visiting my blog from Russia and I am curious about who is using the blog and what you are getting out of it.  Please email me at jim.speer@indstate.edu so that we can chat about the blog and what you find useful in it.

Now that our school year is complete in Indiana, I am hoping to catch up on my blog posts and update it describing my visits to Prague, Scotland, Norway, Zambia, Nepal, and Argentina over the past two years.  Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope that you find it useful.
Jim Speer

Indiana Dendrochronologists in Argentina at Ameridendro 2016. From the left Dr. Justin Maxwell (IU), Dr. Jim Speer (ISU), and Dr. David LeBlanc (Ball State University).

1 comment:

  1. Hello, Jim.

    I found out about you, because I'm interested in Larch. And if specifically, the Russian larch in Venice.

    You have written that there is such a larch. "Because of this expected water logging, many of the buildings are constructed from Russian larch wood which is known to resist decay when it is submerged for long periods of time."

    Tell me, please, where you can find information about how, when, and as larch from Russia appeared in Venice. Where is it used?

    I'll take your search and write about Venice. http://metafor7-1.livejournal.com/5010.html

    I would be glad if you answer me.