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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.

Title Authors Category Source Year
Review of the USA National Phenology Network P.D. Glynn; T. Owen Describes the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations USGS 2015
Increased heat requirement for leaf flushing in temperate woody species over 1980-2012: effects of chilling, precipitation and insolation Y. Fu; S. Piao; Y. Vitasse; H. Zhao; H.J. De Boeck; Q. Liu; U. Weber; H. Hanninen; I.A. Janssens Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data, Uses the USA-NPN Protocols Global Change Biology 2015
Spring plant phenology and false springs in the conterminous US during the 21st century A.J. Allstadt; S.J. Vavrus; P.J. Heglund; A.M. Pidgeon; W.E. Thogmartin; V.C. Radeloff Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Environmental Research Letters 2015
Phenological Synchrony and Bird Migration: Changing Climate and Seasonal Resources in North America E.M. Wood; J.L. Kellermann Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data, Describes the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Studies in Avian Biology 2015
Multi-scale modeling of spring phenology across Deciduous Forests in the Eastern United States E.K. Melaas; M.A. Friedl; A.D. Richardson Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Global Change Biology 2015
Emerging technological and cultural shifts advancing drylands research and management D.M. Browning; A. Rango; J.W. Karl; C.M. Laney; E.R. Vivoni; C.E. Tweedie Uses the USA-NPN Protocols Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2015
Developing a Workflow to Identify Inconsistencies in Volunteered Geographic Information: A Phenological Case Study H. Mehdipoor; R. Zurita-Milla; A. Rosemartin; K.L. Gerst; J.F. Weltzin Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data PLOS One 2015
A Bird’s-Eye View of the USA National Phenology Network, an Off-the-Shelf Monitoring Program J.L. Kellermann; C.A.R.O.L.Y.N.A.F. ENQUIST; D.L. Humple; N.E. Seavy; A. Rosemartin; R.L. Cormier; L.A. Barnett Describes the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Phenological Synchrony and Bird Migration: Changing Climate and Seasonal Resources in North America 2015
Flowering and fruiting phenology, and physico-chemical characteristics of 2-year-old plants of six species of Opuntia from eight regions of Morocco K. Youssefel; M. Mouaadamine; M. Achraf; N. Boubker; M. Elhoussinee Uses the USA-NPN Protocols Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 2015
Leaf onset in the northern hemisphere triggered by daytime temperature shilong Piao; J. Tan; A. Chen; Y.H. Fu; P. Ciais; Q. Liu; I.A. Janssens; S. Vicca; Z. Zeng; S.J. Jeong; Y. Li; R.B. Myneni; S. Peng; M. Shen; J. Peñuelas Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Nature Communications 2015
Dynamically downscaling predictions for deciduous tree leaf emergence in California under current and future climate D. Medvigy; S.Hee Kim; J. Kim; M.C. Kafatos Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data International Journal of Biometeorology 2015
Probing the past 30 year phenology trend of US deciduous forests X. Yue; N. Unger; T.F. Keenan; X. Zhang; C.S. Vogel Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Biogeosciences 2015
Species-specific phenological responses to winter temperature and precipitation in a water-limited ecosystem S.J. Mazer; K.L. Gerst; E.R. Matthews; A. Evenden Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Ecosphere 2015
Trends and natural variability of spring onset in the coterminous United States as evaluated by a new gridded dataset of spring indices T. Ault; M.D. Schwartz; R.Raul Zurita-Milla; J.F. Weltzin; J.L. Betancourt Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data 2015
A Matlab toolbox for calculating spring indices from daily meteorological data T. Ault; R. Zurita-Milla; M.D. Schwartz Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data 2015

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