Schnelle is the first, and a significant contribution, but it represents the temperate zone and plant focus of the time.
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Lieth is a breakthrough publication that outlined and helped to set the trajectory for broader application of phenological studies to ecological challenges in recent decades. Schwartz is the current comprehensive reference to the field of phenology, while Hudson and Keatley goes into greater detail regarding various techniques and methods, as applied to phenological studies. Keatley, eds.
Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, A broad volume offering many examples of modern data collection strategies, statistical methods, and other techniques applied to phenological studies. Lieth, Helmut, ed. Phenology and Seasonality Modeling. New York: Springer, Schnelle, Fritz. Leipzig, Germany: Akademische Verlagsgesell-schaft, The first detailed scientific volume devoted to phenological studies.
Given the era it covers only plants, and unfortunately it has never been completely translated from the original German, which has limited its usefulness to English speakers. Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science. A modern synthesis that explores most aspects of the broad field of phenology, expanding and updating the first edition published in Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Please subscribe or login. Oxford Bibliographies Online is available by subscription and perpetual access to institutions.
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For more information or to contact an Oxford Sales Representative click here. Not a member? Sign up for My OBO. Already a member? Publications Pages Publications Pages. Subscriber sign in. Forgot password? Don't have an account? It is also the study of these recurring events, especially their timing and relationships with weather and climate. Assessing our changing world is a complex task that requires close cooperation from experts in biology, climatology, ecology, geography, oceanography, remote sensing, and other areas. Like its predecessor, this second edition of Phenology is a synthesis of current phenological knowledge, designed as a primer on the field for global change and general scientists, students, and interested members of the public.
With updated and new contributions from over fifty phenological experts, covering data collection, current research, methods, and applications, it demonstrates the accomplishments, progress over the last decade, and future potential of phenology as an integrative environmental science. Introduction Mark D. East Asia X iaoqi u Chen 3. Australia and New Zealand M arie R. Keatley, Lynda E.
Chambers, and Rebecca Phillips 4. Europe Annette Menzel 5. North America Mark D. Schwartz, Elisabeth G. Beaubien, Theresa M. Crimmins, and Jake F. Weltzin 6. Morellato, Maria Gabiela G. Camargo, and Eliana Gressler 7. Antarctica Lynda E. Chambers, M arie R. Keatley, Eric J. Woehler, and Dana M.
Bergstrom 8. Kalacska, Mauricio Quesada, Kathyn E.
Stoner, Jorge A. Lobo, and Pablo Arroyo-Mora Snyder, and Carla Cesaraccio Henebry Hanes, Andrew D.
Richardson, and Stephen Klosterman Phenology at High Latitudes Frans E. Wielgolaski and David W.
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Inouye Phenology at High Altitudes David W. Inouye and Frans E. Powell Schwartz and Liang Liang Henebry and Kirsten M. De Beurs Aquatic Plants and Animals Wulf Greve Birds Tim H. Sparks, Humphrey Q. Crick, Peter O. Dunn, and Leonid V.