Quercus pollen season dynamics in the Iberian peninsula: response to meteorological parameters and possible consequences of climate change.

@article{GarcaMozo2006QuercusPS,
  title={Quercus pollen season dynamics in the Iberian peninsula: response to meteorological parameters and possible consequences of climate change.},
  author={H Garc{\'i}a-Mozo and Carmen Gal{\'a}n and Victoria Jato and Jordina Belmonte and Consuelo Diaz de la Guardia and Delia Fernandez and Montserrat Gutierrez and M. J. Aira and Joan Maria Roure and Luis Huacuja Ruiz and Mar Trigo and Eugenio Dom{\'i}nguez-Vilches},
  journal={Annals of agricultural and environmental medicine : AAEM},
  year={2006},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={
          209-24
        }
}
The main characteristics of the Quercus pollination season were studied in 14 different localities of the Iberian Peninsula from 1992-2004. Results show that Quercus flowering season has tended to start earlier in recent years, probably due to the increased temperatures in the pre-flowering period, detected at study sites over the second half of the 20th century. A Growing Degree Days forecasting model was used, together with future meteorological data forecast using the Regional Climate Model… CONTINUE READING
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