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- Delpierre, Nicolas; Lireux, Ségolène; Hartig, Florian; Camarero, Jesus Julio; Cheaib, Alissar; Čufar, Katarina; Cuny, Henri; Deslauriers, Annie; Fonti, Patrick; Gričar, Jožica; Huang, Jian‐Guo; Krause, Cornelia; Liu, Guohua; de Luis, Martin; Mäkinen, Harri; del Castillo, Edurne Martinez; Morin, Hubert; Nöjd, Pekka; Oberhuber, Walter; Prislan, Peter; Rossi, Sergio; Saderi, Seyedeh Masoumeh; Treml, Vaclav; Vavrick, Hanus; Rathgeber, Cyrille B. K.
- Global change biology 2019 v.25 no.3 pp. 1089-1105
- threshold models, etc ; Bayesian theory; Larix decidua; Picea abies; Picea mariana; Pinus sylvestris; cell growth; climate change; cold treatment; conifers; data collection; ecophysiology; empirical models; leaves; phenology; prediction; spring; temperature; trees; wood; xylem; Canada; Europe; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... The phenology of wood formation is a critical process to consider for predicting how trees from the temperate and boreal zones may react to climate change. Compared to leaf phenology, however, the determinism of wood phenology is still poorly known. Here, we compared for the first time three alternative ecophysiological model classes (threshold models, heat‐sum models and chilling‐influenced heat‐ ...
- Lindegren, Martin; Checkley, David M., Jr; Koslow, Julian A.; Goericke, Ralf; Ohman, Mark D.
- Global change biology 2018 v.24 no.2 pp. 796-809
- threshold models, etc ; El Nino; climate change; data collection; environmental factors; fisheries management; marine ecosystems; nutrient content; pelagic fish; phytoplankton; predatory fish; primary productivity; resource management; statistical analysis; trophic levels; Pacific Ocean; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... The degree to which ecosystems are regulated through bottom‐up, top‐down, or direct physical processes represents a long‐standing issue in ecology, with important consequences for resource management and conservation. In marine ecosystems, the role of bottom‐up and top‐down forcing has been shown to vary over spatio‐temporal scales, often linked to highly variable and heterogeneously distributed e ...