Journal article

Temporal Trends and Spatial Variability of Vegetation Phenology over the Northern Hemisphere during 1982-2012.

Siyuan Wang, Bojuan Yang, Qichun Yang, Linlin Lu, Xiaoyue Wang, Yaoyao Peng

PLOS ONE | Published : 2016


Satellite-derived vegetation phenology has been recognized as a key indicator for detecting changes in the terrestrial biosphere in response to global climate change. However, multi-decadal changes and spatial variation of vegetation phenology over the Northern Hemisphere and their relationship to climate change have not yet been fully investigated. In this article, we investigated the spatial variability and temporal trends of vegetation phenology over the Northern Hemisphere by calibrating and analyzing time series of the satellite-derived normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) during 1982-2012, and then further examine how vegetation phenology responds to climate change within diff..

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