Småland is a province of southern Sweden. It is mainly dominated by coniferous forests (mainly Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris. The altitudes are generally relatively high, often 200-300 meters, but there are also coast near areas in the eastern part. Some of the oldest wooden buildings in Sweden is found in Småland. There are still a lack of public available dendrochronological references from the area. For the timespan 1345-1661 (more than 300 years) not a single sample is available!
- Swed309 ITRDB: swed309.rwl info, Aneby, Småland, (1744-)1784-2003, (1-)3-11 trees per year, by Lars-Åke Larsson and Per Zackrisson. (PISY)
- 5church Chronology based on samples from five medieval wooden Churches in Småland and southern Östergötland AD 989-1344, by Lars Löfstrand published in the book: "Medeltida träkyrkor" (1983) ISBN 91-7192-544-9 The book is available online. Data in tucson-format (PISY)
Coast near (Kalmarsund region)
- SE003 (Högelycke outside Nybro, south east Småland 1662-1998, Lunds Universitet. In "Project Extraterrestrial". Useful start for dating not too old samples from the region. (PISY).
- A short resent PISY collection is also available from Södra Vi, in the north east part of the province: Södra Vi-PISY