Evaluating vegetation phenological patterns in Inner Mongolia using NDVI time-series analysis

@inproceedings{Lee2002EvaluatingVP,
  title={Evaluating vegetation phenological patterns in Inner Mongolia using NDVI time-series analysis},
  author={Randy Lee and Fangfang Yu and Kevin Paul Price and James E. Ellis and Peijun Shi},
  year={2002}
}
Interannual changes in temperature and precipitation can profoundly influence plant phenological status such as the date of onset of green-up, the rate of biomass accumulation, and the onset and rate of vegetation senescence. The objective of this study is to examine annual climatic variation, and its influence on plant phenology of the steppes of Inner Mongolia. Variation in the date of onset of green-up was studied using a 9-year dataset of biweekly composites of the maximum Normalized… CONTINUE READING

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