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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 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
  2. 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
  3. Title Future changes in fire weather, spring droughts, and false springs across U.S. National Forests and Grasslands Authors: S. Martinuzzi; A.J. Allstadt; A.M. Pidgeon; C.H. Flather; W.M. Jolly; V.C. Radeloff Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Ecological Applications Year: 2019
  4. Title Trails‐as‐transects: phenology monitoring across heterogeneous microclimates in Acadia National Park, Maine Authors: C.M. MacKenzie; R.B. Primack; A.J. Miller‐Rushing Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Ecosphere Year: 2019
  5. Title Changes in flowering phenology of Cardamine concatenata and Erythronium americanum over 111 years in the Central Appalachians Authors: L. Petrauski; S.F. Owen; G.D. Constantz; J.T. Anderson Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Plant Ecology Year: 2019
  6. Title Time to branch out? Application of hierarchical survival models in plant phenology Authors: S.C. Elmendorf; T.M. Crimmins; K.L. Gerst; J.F. Weltzin Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Year: 2019
  7. Title Plant phenology and global climate change: Current progresses and challenges Authors: S. Piao; Q. Liu; A. Chen; I.A. Janssens; Y. Fu; J. Dai; L. Liu; X. Lian; M. Shen; X. Zhu Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Global Change Biology Year: 2019
  8. Title Does an Early Spring Indicate an Early Summer? Relationships between Intra‐seasonal Growing Degree Day Thresholds Authors: M.A. Crimmins; T.M. Crimmins Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences Year: 2019
  9. Title Diverging shifts in spring phenology in response to biodiversity loss in a subtropical forest Authors: Y. Du; B. Yang; S. Chen; K. Ma Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Journal of Vegetation Science Year: 2019
  10. Title Creating the Urban Farmer’s Almanac with Citizen Science Data Authors: K.L. Prudic; K. Wilson; M.C. Toshack; K.L. Gerst; A. Rosemartin; T.M. Crimmins; J.C. Oliver Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Insects Year: 2019
  11. Title Building local resilience to climate change through citizen science, environmental education, and decision-making Authors: P.R. Lachapelle; D.E. Albrecht; E.E. Posthumus; L. Barnett; T.M. Crimmins; E. Stancioff; J. Einerson; P.L. Warren Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Routledge, New York, NY Year: 2019
  12. Title Flowering phenology indicates plant flammability in a dominant shrub species Authors: E. Nathan; K. Roth; A.L. Pivovaroff Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Ecological Indicators Year: 2019
  13. Title Drought timing and local climate determine the sensitivity of eastern temperate forests to drought Authors: L. D'Orangeville; J. Maxwell; D. Kneeshaw; N. Pederson; L. Duchesne; T. Logan; D. Houle; D. Arseneault; C.M. Beier; D.A. Bishop; D. Druckenbrod; S. Fraver; F. Girard; J. Halman; C. Hansen; J.L. Hart; H. Hartmann; M. Kaye; D. Leblanc; S. Manzoni; R. Ouimet; S. Rayback; C.R. Rollinson; R.P. Phillips Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Global Change Biology Year: 2018
  14. Title Digitization protocol for scoring reproductive phenology from herbarium specimens of seed plants Authors: J.M. Yost; P.W. Sweeney; E. Gilbert; G. Nelson; R. Guralnick; A.S. Gallinat; E.R. Ellwood; N. Rossington; C.G. Willis; S.D. Blum; R.L. Walls; E.M. Haston; M.W. Denslow; C.M. Zohner; A.B. Morris; B.J. Stucky; J.R. Carter; D.G. Baxter; K. Bolmgren; E.G. Denny; E. Dean; K.D. Pearson; C.C. Davis; B.D. Mischler; P.S. Soltis; S.J. Mazer Category: Describes or Uses the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Source: Applications in Plant Science Year: 2018
  15. Title Scaling up spring phenology derived from remote sensing images Authors: D. Peng; C. Wu; X. Zhang; L. Yu; A.R. Huete; F. Wang; S. Luo; X. Liu; H. Zhang Category: Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Source: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Year: 2018

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