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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
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
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
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
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 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
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
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
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
The plant phenology monitoring design for The National Ecological Observatory Network S.C. Elmendorf; K.D. Jones; B.I. Cook; J.M. Diez; C.A.F. Enquist; R.A. Hufft; M.O. Jones; S.J. Mazer; A.J. Miller-Rushing; D.J.P. Moore; M.D. Schwartz; J.F. Weltzin Uses the USA-NPN Protocols 2016
A novel analysis of spring phenological patterns over Europe based on co-clustering X. Wu; R. Zurita-Milla; M.J. Kraak Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data 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 Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data, Uses the USA-NPN Protocols 2016
Identifying anomalously early spring onsets in the CESM large ensemble project Z. Labe; T. Ault; R. Zurita-Milla Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data 2016
Mapping Presence and Predicting Phenological Status of Invasive Buffelgrass in Southern Arizona Using MODIS, Climate and Citizen Science Observation Data C.S.A. Wallace; J.J. Walker; S.M. Skirvin; C. Patrick-Birdwell; J.F. Weltzin; H. Raichle Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data Remote Sensing 2016
Climate change is advancing spring onset across the U.S. national park system W.B. Monahan; A. Rosemartin; K.L. Gerst; N.A. Fisichelli; T. Ault; M.D. Schwartz; J.E. Gross; J.F. Weltzin Uses the USA-NPN Contemporary or Legacy Data 2016

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