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Phenology Bibliography

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1984
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).
2014
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.
2001
Cayan, DR, SA Kammerdiener, MD Dettinger, JM Caprio, and DH Peterson. Changes In The Onset Of Spring In The Western United States. Bulletin Of The American Meteorological Society 82. Bulletin Of The American Meteorological Society (2001): 399–415.
1974
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.
1966
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.
2015
Browning, Dawn M, Albert Rango, Jason W Karl, Christine M Laney, Enrique R Vivoni, and Craig E Tweedie. Emerging Technological And Cultural Shifts Advancing Drylands Research And Management. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment no. 13. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment (2015): 52-60. doi:10.1890/140161.
2015
Ault, Toby, Raul Zurita-Milla, and M.D. Schwartz. A Matlab Toolbox For Calculating Spring Indices From Daily Meteorological Data. Computers And Geosciences no. 83. Computers And Geosciences (2015): 46–53. doi:10.1016.

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