Original paper

Phenological responses of temperate and boreal trees to warming depend on ambient spring temperatures, leaf habit, and geographic range

Volume: 117, Issue: 19, Pages: 10397 - 10405
Published: Apr 27, 2020
Abstract
Changes in plant phenology associated with climate change have been observed globally. What is poorly known is whether and how phenological responses to climate warming will differ from year to year, season to season, habitat to habitat, or species to species. Here, we present 5 y of phenological responses to experimental warming for 10 subboreal tree species. Research took place in the open-air B4WarmED experiment in Minnesota. The design is a...
Paper Details
Title
Phenological responses of temperate and boreal trees to warming depend on ambient spring temperatures, leaf habit, and geographic range
Published Date
Apr 27, 2020
Volume
117
Issue
19
Pages
10397 - 10405
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