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Some trees from tropical areas lack visually detectable and consistent annual growth rings. As such, we have measured the radial variation of cellulose oxygen isotopes in trees that grow in seasonally dry forests of Northern Laos to explore the possibility if this method can be used for the identification of annual rings. One disk from a 7-year-old Styrax tonkinensis (S. tonkinensis) in plantation and two cores from two Ficus semicordata var. semicordata (F. semicordata) in forests weredoi:10.2343/geochemj.2.0312 fatcat:fxizj4ar5jdetdktlbsu2vg42m