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
Phenological Synchrony and Bird Migration: Changing Climate and Seasonal Resources in North America E.M. Wood; J.L. Kellermann Studies in Avian Biology 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 Global Change Biology 2015
Early season root production in relation to leaf production among six diverse temperate tree species M.L. McCormack; K.P. Gaines; M. Pastore; D.M. Eissenstat 2015
Macroscale prediction of autumn leaf coloration throughout the continental United States S.J. Jeong; D. Medvigy 2014
Observed changes in false springs over the contiguous United States A.G. Peterson; J.T. Abatzoglou Geophysical Research Letters 2014
Phenology predicts the native and invasive range limits of common ragweed D.S. Chapman; T. Haynes; S. Beal; F. Essl; amesM. Bullock Global Change Biology 2014
Effects of seasonal variation of photosynthetic capacity on the carbon fluxes of a temperate deciduous forest D. Medvigy; S.J. Jeong; K.L. Clark; N.S. Skowronski; K.V.R. Schäfer Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 2013
Assessing accuracy in volunteer-based plant phenology monitoring K.K. Fuccillo; T.M. Crimmins; C.E. deRivera; T.S. Elder International Journal of Biometeorology 2014
Variability Common to First Leaf Dates and Snowpack in the Western Conterminous United States G.J. McCabe; J.L. Betancourt; G.T. Pederson; M. Schwartz American Meteorological Society 2013
Changes in the structure and function of northern Alaskan ecosystems when considering variable leaf-out times across groupings of species in a dynamic vegetation model E.S. Euskirchen; T.B. Carman; A.D. McGuire Global Change Biology 2013

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