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Phenology and Conservation Implications

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IDTitleSection/TopicAuthorsKeywords
532Assessing climate change impacts with a continental-scale phenological observation network
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsSchwartz , Mark D.continental
phenology
network
102Asynchronous changes in phenology of migrating Broad-tailed Hummingbirds and their early-season nectar resources
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsMcKinney, Amy; Caradonna, Paul; Inouye, David; Barr, William; Bertelsen, C David; Waser, Nickolas.
979Favorable climate change response and earlier flowering are correlated with non-native species' success in temperate systems
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsDavis, Charles; Willis, Charles; Wolkovich, Elizabeth.phenology
climate change
niche
invasive species
phylogeny
84Impacts of climate change on state-wide biodiversity: Herbarium specimens suggest shifts in flowering phenology across Ohio
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsCalinger , Kellen ; Curtis, Peter.phenology
climate change
biodiversity
life history
29Phenology and Conservation Implications
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsCalinger , Kellen ; Weltzin, Jake; Herms, Dan.phenology
conservation
1040Phenology and Plant / Insect Interactions in a Changing Climate
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsHerms, Daniel A..plant / insect interactions
plant-animal interactions
climate change
species distributions
life history
294Phenology of species interactions in a changing world: an assessment and illustration of approaches
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsRafferty, Nicole; Caradonna, Paul; Burkle, Laura; McKinney, Amy; Bronstein, Judith.phenology
climate change
Flowering time
pollination
plant-animal interactions
species interactions
913Plant phenological responses to experimental warming at the temperate-boreal ecotone
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Phenology and Conservation ImplicationsMontgomery, Rebecca; Reich, Peter; Rich, Roy; Stefanski, Artur; Schwartzberg, Ezra; Lindroth, Rick; Raffa, Ken.

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