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
Identifying anomalously early spring onsets in the CESM large ensemble project Z. Labe; T. Ault; R. Zurita-Milla 2016
Synergistic Use of Citizen Science and Remote Sensing for Continental-Scale Measurements of Forest Tree Phenology A.J. Elmore; C.D. Stylinski; K. Pradhan 2016
A novel analysis of spring phenological patterns over Europe based on co-clustering X. Wu; R. Zurita-Milla; M.J. Kraak 2016
Vegetation baseline phenology from kilometric global LAI satellite products A. Verger; I. Filella; F. Baret; J. Peñuelas Remote Sensing of Environment 2016
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 International Journal of Biometeorology 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 PLOS One 2015
Multi-scale modeling of spring phenology across Deciduous Forests in the Eastern United States E.K. Melaas; M.A. Friedl; A.D. Richardson 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 Environmental Research Letters 2015
Upscaling CO2 fluxes using leaf, soil and chamber measurements across successional growth stages in a sagebrush steppe ecosystem M.B. Cleary; K.J. Naithani; B.E. Ewers; E. Pendall Journal of Arid Environments 2015
Estimating the onset of spring from a complex phenology database: Trade-offs across geographic scales K.A. Gerst; J. Kellerman; C. Enquist; A.H. Rosemartin; E.G. Denny 2015

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