Core-Skin Hypothesis - Dr. R. C. Hardwick termed the core-skin hypothesis, which states that as new growth increments or "new trees" grow over old increments or "old trees," the "young trees" become "skin" over the aging "core." As trees age, the ratio of "core" to "skin" increases. Hardwick is a must reading, for anyone really interested in trees.
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