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- Fang, Bin, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Ecological indicators 2018 v.88 pp. 332-340
- algorithms; carbon sequestration; controllers; eddy covariance; forest ecosystems; growing season; heat sums; latitude; models; normalized difference vegetation index; phenology; primary productivity; remote sensing; spatial variation; temperature; time series analysis; China
- ... Phenology is a significant indicator of ecosystem functioning and is one of the most important controllers of gross primary productivity (GPP). The Integrated Terrestrial Ecosystem C-budget model (InTEC) predicts carbon cycling by modeling a number of ecosystem processes, and in particularly, phenology derived from a degree-day metric. However, empirical temperature thresholds may not well represe ...
- Fang, Bin, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Ecological indicators 2017 v.77 pp. 323-336
- algorithms; climate change; data collection; deciduous forests; geometry; moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer; normalized difference vegetation index; phenology; reflectance; remote sensing; spring; time series analysis; Eastern United States
- ... Advances in the timing of spring green-up date are a typical response of vegetation global change. Long-term observations of plant phenology have been used to track vegetation response to climate change. Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) and enhanced vegetation index (EVI) have been the most commonly used indicators in reconstructing spring green-up dates from remote sensing over the p ...