Friday, December 18, 2009

AGU Fall 2009 - Phenology Topics, Poster Session

Posters presented during the AGU Fall Meeting 2009 under the session title: Toward Phenological Assessments: Regional, National, Global.

Chair: Julio L Betancourt
Chair: Mark D Schwartz
Chair: Geoffrey M Henebry
Location: Poster Hall (Moscone South)

Facilitating Phenological Assessments at Local, Regional and National Scales: Year Two Progress of the USA National Phenology Network J. F. Weltzin

The USA-National Phenology Network Biophysical Program M. V. Losleben; T. M. Crimmins; J. F. Weltzin

Toward Phenological Assessments: The USA-National Phenology Network and Plant Phenology K. A. Thomas; J. F. Weltzin; E. G. Denny

The USA National Phenology Network Land Surface Phenology/Remote Sensing Phenology Program J. T. Morisette; J. F. Brown; G. M. Henebry

Incorporating Animals in Phenological Assessments: USA National Phenology Network Methods to Observe Animal Phenology A. J. Miller-Rushing; J. F. Weltzin

The USA-NPN Information Management System: A tool in support of phenological assessments A. Rosemartin; R. Vazquez; B. E. Wilson; E. G. Denny

A new approach to generating research-quality phenology data: The USA National Phenology Monitoring System E. G. Denny; A. J. Miller-Rushing; B. P. Haggerty; B. E. Wilson

Next Generation Data Model for Phenology Observations B. E. Wilson; E. G. Denny; M. D. Schwartz; A. J. Miller-Rushing; R. Vazquez; K. A. Thomas; A. Rosemartin; H. A. Shanafield

Building a Rich Community-Contributed Phenology Dataset: Lessons Learned from Winegrapes in California’s Napa Valley K. N. Cahill; D. R. Cayan; M. Dettinger

Potential for Water Salvage by Release of the Biocontrol Beetle, Diorhabda carinulata, on Tamarisk (Tamarix ramosissima) Dominated Western U.S. Rivers R. S. Murray; P. L. Nagler; C. van Riper; D. Bean; E. P. Glenn

The phenology of roughness length – long term analysis from a Michigan mixed forest K. Maurer; G. Bohrer; P. Curtis; C. S. Vogel

Phenology and growth of different vegetation types in the Ent Dynamic Global Terrestrial Ecosystem Model (DGTEM) Y. Kim; P. R. Moorcroft; R. D. Koster; N. Y. Kiang

Impacts of phenology on estimation of actual evapotranspiration with VegET model. V. Kovalskyy; G. M. Henebry

The Relationship Between Seasonal Pattern of Photosynthetic Parameters and Plant Phenology G. Zhang; M. A. White

Growing C4 perennial grass for bioenergy using a new Agro-BGC ecosystem model A. V. Di Vittorio; R. S. Anderson; N. L. Miller; S. W. Running

A simple and robust method for remote sensing of phenology using green and red reflectance: GRVI-method T. Motohka; K. Nishida


Altering Their Ecological Niche: Investigating the Response of Avian Migrants to Changes in Vegetation Phenology at Northern Latitudes M. E. Budde; D. H. Ward; C. R. Ely; C. M. Handel; J. W. Hupp

The relationship between climate and satellite-derived vegetation phenology Y. Gu; J. F. Brown; T. J. Hawbaker

Detecting crop growth stages of maize and soybeans by using time-series MODIS data T. Sakamoto; B. D. Wardlow; A. A. Gitelson; S. B. Verma; A. E. Suyker; T. J. Arkebauer

Cross-calibration of AVHRR and MODIS NDVI Conterminous United States Datasets T. Miura; J. F. Brown; Y. Gu

Modeling boreal forest performance with MODIS, site characteristics, and weather to monitor climate, management, and disturbance impacts. B. K. Wylie; K. Murnaghan; J. A. Rover; L. L. Tieszen; B. Brisco

Using Webcam Technology for Measuring and Scaling Phenology of Tamarisk (Tamarix ramosissima) Infested with the Biocontrol Beetle (Diorhabda carinulata) on the Dolores River, Utah P. L. Nagler; T. Brown; P. E. Dennison; K. R. Hultine; E. P. Glenn

Dual Scale Trend Analysis To Evaluate Climatic and Anthropogenic Effects on the Vegetated Land Surface in Agricultural Russia K. de Beurs; G. M. Henebry

Contemporary Trends in Land Surface Phenologies from the Aral Basin Suggest Weather- or Irrigation-Driven Changes in GPP not Land Cover Change C. K. Wright; K. de Beurs; G. M. Henebry

Prospects for phenological monitoring in an arid southwestern U.S. rangeland using field observations with hyperspatial and moderate resolution imagery D. M. Browning; A. S. Laliberte; A. Rango; J. E. Herrick

Broad-scale Spatiotemporal Relationships Between Air Temperature, Sea Ice, and Northern Hemisphere Vegetation Phenology N. G. Platonov; D. C. Douglas; I. V. Alpatskiy; I. Mordvintsev

The Landsat Phenology Study (LaPS): Preliminary CONUS Results for 2008 G. M. Henebry; D. Roy; J. Ju; V. Kovalskyy

High-resolution Average Forest Phenology and Annual Residuals for Quantifying the Start of Spring and Summer Leaf-area Dynamics A. J. Elmore; S. M. Guinn

Phenologically informed re-ordering of Landsat to account for inter-annual variability: a method to map Ash trees (Fraxinus spp.) using remotely sensed imagery B. N. Isaacson; A. Singh; S. P. Serbin; P. A. Townsend

A Geospatial Approach to Mapping Bioenergy Potential of Perennial Crops in North American Tallgrass Prairie S. Wang; F. B. Fritschi; G. Stacy

Patterns in the Spring Phenology of High Elevation Western United States National Parks from 2000 to 2009 A. Hudson Dunn; K. de Beurs

Assessing the Moment Distance Metric as an Indicator of Spring Green-up Using MODIS NBAR Data and Lilac/Honeysuckle Bloom Dates E. L. Salas; M. D. Schwartz; G. M. Henebry

Towards a Phenological Assessment of California: Integrating Multiple Data Sources and the Implications for Statewide Analyses K. L. Roth; B. P. Haggerty; E. S. Bradley; M. P. Toomey; S. J. Mazer; D. Roberts


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