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Schwartz, Mark D. Phenology And Springtime Surface Layer Change. Monthly Weather Review no. 11. Monthly Weather Review (1992): 2570-2578.
Schwartz, Mark D, R Ahas, and A Aasa. Onset Of Spring Starting Earlier Across The Northern Hemisphere. Global Change Biology 12. Global Change Biology (2006): 343-351.
Schwartz, Mark D, and TR Karl. Spring Phenology: Nature's Experiment To Detect The Effect Of. Monthly Weather Review 118. Monthly Weather Review (1990): 883–890.
Schwartz, Mark D, JL Betancourt, and Jake F Weltzin. From Caprio’S Lilacs To The Usa National Phenology Network. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment no. 6. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment (2012).
Schwartz, Mark D, and Bernhard E Reiter. Changes In North American Spring. International Journal Of Climatology 20. International Journal Of Climatology (2000): 929-932.
Schwartz, Mark D. Green-Wave Phenology. Nature 394. Nature (1998): 839-840.
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.
Sparks, Timothy H. The Long-Term Phenology Of Woodland Species In Britain. Long-Term Studies In British Woodland. Long-Term Studies In British Woodland, 2000.
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.

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