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Microdrill and detecting incipient decay. Arb' Journal. 38 (4). p204-217.

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This artcle by Frank Rinn is very interesting and sheds some great light into the good accuracy of the microdrill for discerning incipient decay and also for essentially counting growth rings in ring-porous trees. I cannot obviously provide the PDF file, though here is the link.

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I've been looking into this as part of a project, and it looks to me that EIT is the most sensitive method of determining incipient decay. Is that the case?

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