USA NPN National Phenology Network

Taking the Pulse of Our Planet

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Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data

Title Authors Souce Year
Using phenology data to improve control of invasive plant species: A case study on Midway Atoll NWR R.V. Taylor; W. Holthuijzen; A. Humphrey; E.E. Posthumus Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2020
Projected impacts of climate change on the range and phenology of three culturally-important shrub species J.S. Prevéy; L.E. Parker; C.A. Harrington Plos One 2020
Time to branch out? Application of hierarchical survival models in plant phenology S.C. Elmendorf; T.M. Crimmins; K.L. Gerst; J.F. Weltzin Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2019
Change point estimation of deciduous forest land surface phenology X. Yingying; A.M. Wilson Remote Sensing of the Environment 2020
Observed earlier start of the growing season from middle to high latitudes across the Northern Hemisphere snow-covered landmass for the period 2001–2014 X. Chen; Y. Yang Environmental Research Letters 2020
Development and evaluation of a new algorithm for detecting 30 m land surface phenology from VIIRS and HLS time series X. Zhang; J. Wang; J.M. Henebry; F. Gao ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 2020
Conservation implications of limited Native American impacts in pre-contact New England W.W. Oswald; D.R. Foster; D.N. Shuman; E.S. Chilton; D.L. Douchette; D.L. Duranleau Nature Sustainability 2020
Exploring differences in spatial patterns and temporal trends of phenological models at continental scale using gridded temperature time-series H. Mehdipoor; R. Zurita-Milla; E.W. Augustijn; E. Izquierdo-Verdiguier 2019
The effect of urbanization on plant phenology depends on regional temperature D. Li; B.J. Stucky; J. Deck; B. Baiser; R.P. Guralnick Nature Ecology & Evolution 2019
Flowering phenology indicates plant flammability in a dominant shrub species E. Nathan; K. Roth; A.L. Pivovaroff Ecological Indicators 2019