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Hufkens, K., D. Basler, T. Milliman, E. K Melaas, and A. D Richardson. An Integrated Phenology Modelling Framework In R. Methods In Ecology & Evolution. Methods In Ecology & Evolution (2018). doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12970.
Hopp, R. J, B. O Blair, and R. P Hickin. Plant Phenology In Eastern And Central North America: Ii. Phenological Observations On Lilac 'red Rothomagensis'. In Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Vol. 678. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Burlington: University of Vermont, 1973.
Hopp, RJ. Phenology: An Aid To Agricultural Technology. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 684. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin (1978).
Hopp, R. J, and B. O Blair. Plant Phenology In Eastern And Central North America: I. Development Of Networks And Preliminary Results. In Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin . Vol. 677. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin . Burlington: University of Vermont, 1973.
Hopp, RJ. Modeling Lilac Development. International Journal Of Biometeorology 20. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1976): 256-260.
Hopp, R. J. Modeling Lilac Development. International Journal Of Biometeorology no. 20. International Journal Of Biometeorology (1976): 256-260.
Hopp, R. J. Phenology: An Aid To Agricultural Technology. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Vol. 684. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. Burlington: University of Vermont, 1978.
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.
Harrer, Laurie EF, and Taal Levi. The Primacy Of Bears As Seed Dispersers In Salmon-Bearing Ecosystems. Ecosphere no. 9(1). Ecosphere (2018). doi:e02076. 10.1002/ecs2.2076.
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:http://dx.doi.org/10.3959/1536-1098-71.1.1.
Haggerty, B, A Hove, SJ Mazer, and L Barnett. Flight Of The Pollinators: A Repeatable Hands-On Exploration Of Plant Phenology From A Pollinator's Perspective. In Birds, Butterflies, Bullfrogs And Beyond: Bring Biology To Life Through Citizen Science. Birds, Butterflies, Bullfrogs And Beyond: Bring Biology To Life Through Citizen Science. Cornell Lab of Ornithology, 2013.
Haggerty, B, A Hove, SJ Mazer, and L Barnett. Flight Of The Pollinators: Plant Phenology From A Pollinator's Perspective. In Citizen Science: 15 Lessons That Bring Biology To Life. Citizen Science: 15 Lessons That Bring Biology To Life. Arlington, VA: National Science Teachers Association, 2013.
Haggerty, Brian P, Elizabeth R Matthews, Katharine L Gerst, Angela G Evenden, and Susan J Mazer. The California Phenology Project: Tracking Plant Responses To Climate Change. Bioone, Madroño no. Vol. 60 No. 1. Bioone, Madroño (2013): 1-3. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3120/0024-9637-60.1.1.