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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
Reproductive ecology of a parasitic plant differs by host species: vector interactions and the maintenance of host races K.M. Yule; J.L. Bronstein Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Oecologia 2017
Citizen science can improve conservation science, natural resource management, and environmental protection D.C. McKinley; A.J. Miller-Rushing; H.L. Ballard; R. Bonney; H. Brown; D.M. Evans; R.A. French; T.B. Phillips; S.F. Ryan; L.A. Shanley; J.L. Shirk; K.F. Stepenuck; J.F. Weltzin; A. Wiggins; O.D. Boyle; R.D. Briggs; S.F. Chapin; D.A. Hewitt; P.W. Preuss; M.A. Soukup Describes the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations Biological Conservation 2017
Connecting the dots: Stopover strategies of an intercontinental migratory songbird in the context of the annual cycle K.L. Paxton; F.R. Moore Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Ecology and Evolution 2017
Intercomparison and evaluation of spring phenology products using National Phenology Network and AmeriFlux observations in the contiguous United States D. Peng; X. Zhang; C. Wu; W. Huang; A. Gonsamo; A.R. Huete; K. Didan; B. Tan; X. Liu; B. Zhang Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2017
Intercomparison and evaluation of spring phenology products using National Phenology Network and AmeriFlux observations in the contiguous United States D. Peng; X. Zhang; C. Wu; W. Huang; A. Gonsamo; A.R. Huete; K. Didan; B. Tan; X. Liu; B. Zhang Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2017
USA National Phenology Network’s volunteer-contributed observations yield predictive models of phenological transitions T.M. Crimmins; M.A. Crimmins; K.L. Gerst; A.H. Rosemartin; J.F. Weltzin Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data PLOS One 2017
Small-scale variability in a mosaic tropical rainforest influences habitat use of long-tailed macaques J.Chih Mun Sha; S.Chin Chua; P.Ting Chew; H. Ibrahim; H.Keong Lua; T.Kwan Fung; P. Zhang Uses the USA-NPN Protocols Springer Japan - Primates 2017
Phenocams Bridge the Gap between Field and Satellite Observations in an Arid Grassland Ecosystem D.M. Browning; J.W. Karl; D. Morin; A.D. Richardson; C.E. Tweedie Uses the USA-NPN Protocols Remote Sensing 2017
Predicting the patterns of change in spring onset and false springs in China during the twenty-first century L. Zhu; J. Meng; F. Li; N. You Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data International Journal of Biometeorology 2017
Northern Hemisphere Jet Stream Position Indices as Diagnostic Tools for Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics S. Belmecheri; F. Babst; A.R. Hudson; J. Betancourt; V. Trouet Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Earth Interactions 2017
NDVI derived from near-infrared-enabled digital cameras: Applicability across different plant functional types G. Filippa; E. Cremonese; M. Migliavacca; M. Galvagno; O. Sonnentag; E. Humphreys; K. Hufkens; Y. Ryu; J. Verfaillie; U.Morra di Cella; A.D. Richardson Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 2017
A Sourcebook of Methods and Procedures for Monitoring Essential Biodiversity Variables in Tropical Forests with Remote Sensing G.O.F.C. -GOLD; G.E.O. BON. Describes the USA-NPN Program and Collaborations GOFC-GOLD 2017
Spring green-up phenology products derived from MODIS NDVI and EVI: Intercomparison, interpretation and validation using National Phenology Network and AmeriFlux observations D. Peng; C. Wu; C. Li; X. Zhang; Z. Liu; H. Ye; S. Luo; X. Liu; Y. Hu; B. Fang Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Ecological Indicators 2017
A statistical estimator for determining the limits of contemporary and historic phenology W.D. Pearse; C.C. Davis; D.W. Inouye; R.B. Primack; J. Davies Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Nature Ecology & Evolution 2017
Phenological responsiveness to climate differs among four species of Quercus in North America K.A. Gerst; N.L. Rossington; S.J. Mazer Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Journal of Ecology 2017

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