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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.
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.
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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.
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.
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Ault, Toby, Raul Zurita-Milla, and Mark 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/j.cageo.2015.06.015.
Allstadt, Andrew J, Stephen J Vavrus, Patricia J Heglund, Anna M Pidgeon, Wayne E Thogmartin, and Volker C Radeloff. Spring Plant Phenology And False Springs In The Conterminous Us During The 21St Century. Environmental Research Letters no. Volume 10, Number 10. Environmental Research Letters (2015). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/10/104008.

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