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Hopp, R. J. Modeling Lilac Development. International Journal Of Biometeorology no. 20. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1976): 256-260.
Hopp, RJ. Modeling Lilac Development. International Journal Of Biometeorology 20. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1976): 256-260.
Schwartz, Mark D. Monitoring Global Change With Phenology: The Case Of The Spring Green Wave. International Journal Of Biometeorology 38. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1994): 18-22.
Hallman, Christine, and Howard Arnott. Morphological And Physiological Phenology Of Pinus Longaeva In The White Mountains Of California. Tree Ring Research no. Volume 71 Issue 1. Tree Ring Research (2015): 1-12. doi:10.3959/1536-1098-71.1.1.
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Wu, Xiaojing, Raul Zurita-Milla, and Menno-Jan Kraak. A Novel Analysis Of Spring Phenological Patterns Over Europe Based On Co-Clustering. Journal Of Geophysical Resources Biogeosciences. Journal Of Geophysical Resources Biogeosciences (2016). doi:10.1002/2015JG003308.
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Caprio, JM. Patterns Of Plant Development In The Western United States. Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin . Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin . Bozeman: Montana State University, 1966.
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.
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.

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