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- Henry, Hugh A.L., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Agricultural and forest meteorology 2018 v.248 pp. 82-90
- climate; cold treatment; dormancy; global warming; growing season; latitude; phenology; phenotype; photoperiod; provenance; seedlings; species diversity; spring; temperature; temporal variation; trees; winter
- ... Phenological responses to winter and spring warming in trees alter growing season length and can influence productivity. An improved mechanistic understanding of phenology, including temporal changes in budburst forcing requirements (BFR) and photoperiod sensitivity, could improve projections of phenological shifts and changes in tree species composition in response to climate warming. We investig ...