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Schwartz, Mark D, and JM Hanes. Intercomparing Multiple Measures Of The Onset Of Spring In Eastern North America. International Journal Of Climatology no. 30(11). International Journal Of Climatology (2010): 1614-1626.
Brenskelle, Laura, Brian J Stucky, John Deck, Ramona Walls, and Rob P Guralnick. Integrating Herbarium Specimen Observations Into Global Phenology Data Systems. Applications In Plant Sciences. Applications In Plant Sciences (2019). doi:10.1002/aps3.1231.
Hufkens, Koen, D. Basler, T. Milliman, E. K Melaas, and Andrew D Richardson. An Integrated Phenology Modelling Framework In R. Methods In Ecology & Evolution. Methods In Ecology & Evolution (2018). doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12970.
Dube, PA, LP Perry, and MT Vittum. Instructions For Phenological Observations: Lilac And Honeysuckle. Bulletin/vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (Usa). Bulletin/vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (Usa) (1984).
Hickin, RP, and MT Vittum. The Importance Of Soil And Air Temperature In Spring Phenoclimatic Modelling. International Journal Of Biometeorology 20. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1976): 200–206.
Strode, PK. Implications Of Climate Change For North American Wood Warblers (Parulidae). Global Change Biology 9. Global Change Biology (2003): 1137-1144.

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