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The year-to-year variability of precipitation has significant consequences for water management and forest health. "Whiplash" describes an extreme mode of this variability in which hydroclimate switches abruptly between wet and dry conditions. In this study, a pool of total-ring-width indices from five conifer species (Abies magnifica, Juniperus grandis, Pinus ponderosa, Pinus jeffreyi, and Tsuga mertensiana) in the Sierra Nevada is used to develop reconstructions of water-year precipitationdoi:10.3390/environments10010012 fatcat:5f5dpxxipnbg7ewvvzhmpbg4sq