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Peer-reviewed Results

The USA-NPN has contributed to the development of many peer-reviewed publications. See them by their USA-NPN Category; Uses the USA-NPN Protocols, Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data, or Describes the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations.

  1. Title Low-cost observations and experiments return a high value in plant phenology research Authors: M.D. MacKenzie; A.S. Gallinat; L. Zipf Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Applications in Plant Sciences Year: 2020
  2. Title Using phenology data to improve control of invasive plant species: A case study on Midway Atoll NWR Authors: R.V. Taylor; W. Holthuijzen; A. Humphrey; E.E. Posthumus Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Ecological Solutions and Evidence Year: 2020
  3. Title Conservation implications of limited Native American impacts in pre-contact New England Authors: W.W. Oswald; D.R. Foster; D.N. Shuman; E.S. Chilton; D.L. Douchette; D.L. Duranleau Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Nature Sustainability Year: 2020
  4. Title Development and evaluation of a new algorithm for detecting 30 m land surface phenology from VIIRS and HLS time series Authors: X. Zhang; J. Wang; J.M. Henebry; F. Gao Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Year: 2020
  5. Title Observed earlier start of the growing season from middle to high latitudes across the Northern Hemisphere snow-covered landmass for the period 2001–2014 Authors: X. Chen; Y. Yang Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Environmental Research Letters Year: 2020
  6. Title Change point estimation of deciduous forest land surface phenology Authors: X. Yingying; A.M. Wilson Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Remote Sensing of the Environment Year: 2020
  7. Title Projected impacts of climate change on the range and phenology of three culturally-important shrub species Authors: J.S. Prevéy; L.E. Parker; C.A. Harrington Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Plos One Year: 2020
  8. Title Land surface phenology from VEGETATION and PROBA-V data. Assessment over deciduous forests Authors: K. Bórnez; A. Descals; A. Verger; J. Peñuelas Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation Year: 2020
  9. Title Climate change shifts in habitat suitability and phenology of huckleberry (Vaccinium membranaceum) Authors: J.S. Prevéy; L.E. Parker; C.A. Harrington; C.T. Lamb; M.F. Proctor Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Year: 2020
  10. Title Automated data‐intensive forecasting of plant phenology throughout the United States Authors: S.D. Taylor; E.P. White Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Ecological Applications Year: 2020
  11. Title Testing Hopkins’ Bioclimatic Law with PhenoCam data Authors: A.D. Richardson; K. Hufkens; X. Li; T.R. Ault Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Applications in Plant Sciences Year: 2019
  12. Title Exploring differences in spatial patterns and temporal trends of phenological models at continental scale using gridded temperature time-series Authors: H. Mehdipoor; R. Zurita-Milla; E.W. Augustijn; E. Izquierdo-Verdiguier Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00484-019-01826-7 Year: 2019
  13. Title Rethinking False Spring Risk Authors: C.J. Chamberlain; B.I. Cook; G. de Cortazar-Atauri; E.M. Wolkovich Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Global Change Biology Year: 2019
  14. Title Can invasive species replace native species as a resource for birds under climate change? A case study on bird-fruit interactions Authors: A.S. Gallinat; R.B. Primack; T.L. Lloyd-Evans Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Biological Conservation Year: 2019
  15. Title pyPhenology: A python framework for plant phenology modelling Authors: S.D. Taylor Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: The Journal of Open Source Software Year: 2019

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