- Spring phenology trends in Alberta, Canada: links to ocean temperatureE G Beaubien
Devonian Botanic Garden, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Int J Biometeorol 44:53-9. 2000..For Populus tremuloides, a linear trend shows a 26-day shift to earlier blooming over the last century. The spring flowering index correlates with the incidence of El Niño events and with Pacific sea-surface temperatures...
- Plant phenology in western Canada: trends and links to the view from spaceElisabeth G Beaubien
Devonian Botanic Garden, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2E1, Canada
Environ Monit Assess 88:419-29. 2003..plantwatch.ca) and globally, and linking these ground-based observations with the view from space will greatly enhance our capacity to track the biotic response to climate changes...
- Plant phenology networks of citizen scientists: recommendations from two decades of experience in CanadaElisabeth G Beaubien
Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta, 751 General Services Building, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2H1
Int J Biometeorol 55:833-41. 2011..Our goal is to help those who wish to initiate new observer networks with an analysis of the effectiveness of program protocols including selected plant species and bloom stages...