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Peng, Dailiang, Chaoyang Wu, Xiaoyang Zhang, Le Yu, Alfredo R Huete, Fumin Wang, Shezhou Luo, Xinjie Liu, and Helin Zhang. Scaling Up Spring Phenology Derived From Remote Sensing Images. Agricultural And Forest Meteorology no. 256-257. Agricultural And Forest Meteorology (2018). doi:
Caprio, J. M. The Solar Thermal Unit Concept In Problems Related To Plant Development And Potential Evapotranspiration. In Phenology And Seasonality Modeling, H. Lieth, Editor., 353-364. Phenology And Seasonality Modeling, H. Lieth, Editor. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1974.
Schwartz, MD. Spring Index Models: An Approach To Connecting Satellite And Surface Phenology. In Phenology Of Seasonal Climates, 23-38. Phenology Of Seasonal Climates. Netherlands: Backhuys, 1997.
Carrillo, Carlos M, Toby R Ault, and Daniel S Wilks. Spring Onset Predictability In The North American Multi‐Model Ensemble. Journal Od Geophysical Research - Atmospheres. Journal Od Geophysical Research - Atmospheres (2018). doi:
Schwartz, MD, and TR Karl. Spring Phenology: Nature's Experiment To Detect The Effect Of. Monthly Weather Review 118. Monthly Weather Review (1990): 883–890.
Allstadt, Andrew J, Stephen J Vavrus, Patricia J Heglund, Anna M Pidgeon, Wayne E Thogmartin, and Volker C Radeloff. Spring Plant Phenology And False Springs In The Conterminous Us During The 21St Century. Environmental Research Letters no. Volume 10, Number 10. Environmental Research Letters (2015). doi:/10.1088/1748-9326/10/10/104008.
Pearse, William D, Charles C Davis, David W Inouye, Richard B Primack, and Jonathan T. Davies. A Statistical Estimator For Determining The Limits Of Contemporary And Historic Phenology. Nature Ecology & Evolution no. 1. Nature Ecology & Evolution (2017): 1876–1882. doi:doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0350-0.
Schwartz, MD, and GA Marotz. Synoptic Events And Spring Phenology. Physical Geography 9(2). Physical Geography (1988): 151-161.