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Phenology Bibliography

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Book
Hopp, R. J. Phenology: An Aid To Agricultural Technology. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Vol. 684. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Burlington: University of Vermont, 1978.
Book Chapter
Shapiro, AM, R VanBuskirk, G Kareofelas, and WD Patterson. Phenofaunistics: Seasonality As A Property Of Butterfly Faunas. In Butterflies: Ecology And Evolution Taking Flight, 111-147. Butterflies: Ecology And Evolution Taking Flight. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003.
Hopp, R. J, and B. O Blair. Plant Phenology In Eastern And Central North America: I. Development Of Networks And Preliminary Results. In Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin . Vol. 677. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin . Burlington: University of Vermont, 1973.
Hopp, R. J, B. O Blair, and R. P Hickin. Plant Phenology In Eastern And Central North America: Ii. Phenological Observations On Lilac 'red Rothomagensis'. In Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Vol. 678. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Burlington: University of Vermont, 1973.
Journal Article
Spano, D, C Cesaraccio, Pierpaolo Duce, and Richard L Snyder. Phenological Stages Of Natural Species And Their Use As Climate Indicators. International Journal Of Biometeorology 42. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1999): 124-133.
Hopp, RJ. Phenology: An Aid To Agricultural Technology. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 684. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin (1978).
Schwartz, Mark D. Phenology And Springtime Surface Layer Change. Monthly Weather Review no. 11. Monthly Weather Review (1992): 2570-2578.
Sparks, Timothy H. Phenology And The Changing Pattern Of Bird Migration In Britain. International Journal Of Biometeorology 42. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1999): 134-138.
Chapman, Daniel S, Tom Haynes, Stephen Beal, Franz Essl, and ames M Bullock. Phenology Predicts The Native And Invasive Range Limits Of Common Ragweed. Global Change Biology no. Vol. 20, Issue 1. Global Change Biology (2014): 192–202. doi:10.1111/gcb.12380.
Warren, Peter L, and LoriAnne Barnett. Phenology: Using Phenology As A Tool For Education, Research, And Understanding Environmental Change. University Of Arizona, College Of Agriculture And Life Sciences Cooperative Extension no. AZ1633. University Of Arizona, College Of Agriculture And Life Sciences Cooperative Extension (2014). http://extension.arizona.edu/sites/extension.arizona.edu/files/pubs/az1633-2014.pdf.

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