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Flowering Time and Temperature Variation

I have been at this for some time with Ben VanderWeide, and hopefully we are nearing publication. The focus of most work to date that studies how variation in temperature affects when things flower has focused on species that flower … Continue reading

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Sensitivity of Phenology to Temperature and Precipitation are Associated

This is pretty cool. The plot below shows our sensitivity indices (standardized) for >250 species plotted against one another with a one-to-one line. I am anxious to figure out if there are any particular functional groups that tend to fall … Continue reading

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Flowering time and warming

It is a prevailing view that species that flower late have ¬†flowering dates that are less sensitive to warming that species that flower early (See Wolkovich et al. 2012,¬†Nature). If I do a quick analysis of the earliest and latest … Continue reading

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