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  • Monitoring the phenology of Tunizian grazing lands in Special issue : Applications of AVHRR data.
  • Forest phenological patterns of Northeast China inferred from MODIS data
  • China ; Forest ; North-Eastern China ; Phenology ; Remote sensing ; Spatial distribution ; Typology ; Vegetation index
  • This paper describes the application of Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) time series data for forest phenological patterns. The forest phenological phase of Northeast China (NE China) and its spatial characteristics were
  • inferred using 1-km 10-day MODIS normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) datasets of 2002. The threshold-based method was used to estimate 3 key forest phenological variables, which are the start of growing season (SOS), the end of growing season (EOS
  • ) and growing season length (GSL). Then the spatial patterns of forest phenological variables of NE China were mapped and analyzed. Results indicate that forest phenological phase from MODIS data is comparable with the observed data.
  • Flowering plant phenology and weather in Alberta, Canada
  • Alberta ; Canada ; Climatic index ; Climatic variation ; Climatology ; Phenology ; Vegetation
  • Phenology and pollination ecology of the desert plant Moricandia nitens (Brassicaceae) in the Negev, Israel
  • Arid area ; Atmospheric moisture ; Biogeography ; Desert ; Israel ; Negev ; Phenology ; Phytogeography ; Pollen ; Statistics ; Temperature
  • The phenology and pollination biology of the desert plant Moricandia nitens with long-tubed flowers was studied in Advat, Central Negev. Reproduction of M. nitens, being a self-incompatible and obligate outcrosser, is dependent on insects which
  • The phenological pattern of vegetation in Namaqualand, South Africa and its climatic correlates using NOAA-AVHRR NDVI data
  • AVHRR ; NOAA ; Phenology ; Remote sensing ; South Africa ; Vegetation ; Vegetation index
  • growth and phenology patterns within different vegetation types in Namaqualand. - (AJC)
  • A phenological description of Iberian vegetation using short wave vegetation index imagery in Special issue : Applications of AVHRR data.
  • Monitoring climatic change through the use of phenology : phenological and meteorological trends in south-western Germany.
  • Arboriculture ; Baden-Württemberg ; Climate ; Climate oscillation ; Climatic warming ; Germany ; Phenology ; Twentieth Century ; Vegetation
  • Synoptic events and spring phenology
  • A 20-year record from an eastern North American phenological network is used to demonstrate a regional scale approach to plant-climate interaction studies. Models incorporating first leaf emergence and surface weather data are described and tested
  • Monitoring global change with phenology : the case of the spring green wave
  • Climatic index ; Climatic warming ; Global change ; North America ; Phenology ; Remote sensing ; Vegetation
  • Plant phenological data and tree-rings as palaeoclimate indicators in south-west Finland since AD 1750
  • Climate ; Climate reconstruction ; Dendrology ; Finland ; Historical climate ; Palaeoclimatology ; Phenology ; Precipitation ; Temperature
  • Biogeography ; Climate ; Climatic data ; Energy balance ; Oklahoma ; Phenology ; Spring ; United States of America ; Vegetation cycle
  • The AA. explore a new-phenology-based strategy for evaluating the spring surface energy-balance shift. Their technique can reflect native-species responses and atmospheric surface layer change at a variety of sites, using synoptic-scale first leaf
  • and first bloom phenology models. The AA. test the approach at 3 locations with diverse climates, and within a group of stations in the state of Oklahoma, which has moderate climate variations across an east-to-west gradient. The resuls show that the onset
  • of spring in midlatitudes is a modally abrupt (rather than gradual) seasonal transition in terms of energy balance and carbon-flux change that can be linked directly to vegetation phenology.
  • Attempts to reconstruction of climate in historical age using the record of plant-phenology
  • Three phenological categories of trees are distinguished : deciduous evergreen, and flexible. The latter trees tend to become deciduous under highly seasonal climates, and evergreen under slightly seasonal or aseasonal climates. The more flexible
  • the phenological pattern of a species in its country of origin, the easier for it to adapt to new climatic conditions.
  • Bioclimatology ; China ; Climatic change ; Climatic hazard ; Climatic trend ; Frost ; North-Eastern China ; Northern China ; Phenology ; Spring (season) ; Temperate zone
  • Based on phenological data derived from the Chinese Phenological Observation Network (CPON), corresponding meteorological data from 12 study sites and phenological modeling, changes in flowering times of multiple woody plants and the frequency
  • the same period, the number of frost days in spring decreased and the last frost days advanced across the study area. Considering both flowering phenology and occurrence of frost, the frost risk index, which measures the percentage of species exposed
  • China ; Climate reconstruction ; Climatic change ; Delta ; Phenology ; Spring (season) ; Temperature ; Time series ; Yangtze
  • Based on phenological records extracted from Chinese historical dairies, spring phenological series in the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) of China since 1834 is reconstructed. Together with temperature and phenological observation data, the indicating
  • significance of spring phenological series to temperature changes is also analyzed. It is shown that spring phenodate in the YRD was fluctuated. Compared with the mean value for 1977–1996, the latest phenodate occurred in 1893 with 27 days delayed while
  • Integrating geographical data and phenological characteristics derived from MODIS data for improving land cover mapping
  • China ; Comparative study ; LANDSAT ; Land use ; North-Eastern China ; Phenology ; Plant cover ; Satellite imagery ; Soil properties ; Thematic mapping
  • The study developed a feasible method for large-area land cover mapping with combination of geographical data and phenological characteristics, taking Northeast China (NEC) as the study area. First, with the monthly average of precipitation
  • with phenological variables derived from the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) data (enhanced vegetation index (EVI) and land surface water index (LSWI)), which were taken as input variables of land cover classification. Decision Tree (DT
  • A dynamic relationship between the leaf phenology and rainfall regimes of Hawaiian tropical ecosystems : a remote sensing approach
  • Ecosystem ; Hawaii ; Phenology ; Photosynthesis ; Rainfall regime ; Remote sensing ; Tropical rain forest ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • Interdisciplinary approaches: towards new statistical methods for phenological studies
  • Bibliography ; Climate reconstruction ; Climatology ; Methodology ; Phenology ; Statistical bias ; Statistics ; Vegetation
  • Effects of recent warm and cold spells on European plant phenology
  • Bioclimatology ; Cold spell ; Europe ; Heat wave ; Impact ; Phenology ; Temperature ; Vegetation
  • sensing technique on natural vegetation types of Sahelian shortgrassland in the North of Upper Volta (Oursi Pond, mean annual precipitation: 412 mm). The effects of vegetation structure and phenology on calibration relationships are examined
  • . The comparison of linear regression equations by means of analysis of covariance shows that, in practice, a separate calibration relationship is necessary for each vegetation type and for each phenological stage. At the end of the phenological cycle, when