Spatial and interspecific variability in phenological responses to warming temperatures

@inproceedings{Primack2009SpatialAI,
  title={Spatial and interspecific variability in phenological responses to warming temperatures},
  author={Richard B. Primack and In{\'e}s Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez and Hiroyoshi Higuchi and Sang Don Lee and Abraham j. Miller-Rushing and Adam M. Wilson and John A. Silander},
  year={2009}
}
A comprehensive understanding of species phenological responses to global warming will require observations that are both long-term and spatially extensive. Here we present an analysis of the spring phenological response to climate variation of twelve taxa: six plants, three birds, a frog, and two insects. Phenology was monitored using standardized protocols at 176 meteorological stations in Japan and South Korea from 1953 to 2005, and in some cases even longer. We developed a hierarchical… CONTINUE READING
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