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Table of Contents: Intl. J. of Biometeorology 55(6)

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International Journal of Biometeorology, Volume 55 Number 6.

The full table of contents and links to articles can be found at <http://springerlink.com/content/0020-7128/55/6/>

This is a Special Issue of the Phenology 2010 conference in Dublin, Ireland. 

In this issue:  Preface  Special Issue, Phenology 2010 Conference, Dublin, Ireland Alison Donnelly, Bridget F. O’Neill, Amelia Caffarra & Mark D. Schwartz 

Original Papers  From “Periodical Observations” to “Anthochronology” and “Phenology” – the scientific debate between Adolphe Quetelet and Charles Morren on the origin of the word “Phenology” Gaston R. Demarée & This Rutishauser

Are budburst dates, dormancy and cold acclimation in walnut trees (Juglans regia L.) under mainly genotypic or environmental control? Guillaume Charrier, Marc Bonhomme, André Lacointe & Thierry Améglio

Genetic and environmental influences on leaf phenology and cold hardiness of native and introduced riparian trees Jonathan M. Friedman, James E. Roelle & Brian S. Cade

The influence of wind direction on the capture of the wood warbler (Phylloscopus sibilatrix), an uncommon migratory species in the western Mediterranean Carles Barriocanal, David Montserrat & David Robson

To make the most of what we have: extracting phenological data from nestling measurements Anna L. K. Nilsson, Leif Christian Stige, Kurt Jerstad, Ole Wiggo Røstad, Tore Slagsvold, Endre Knudsen, Bjørn Walseng & Nils Christian Stenseth

A review of climate-driven mismatches between interdependent phenophases in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems Alison Donnelly, Amelia Caffarra & Bridget F. O’Neill

Plant phenological variation related to temperature in Norway during the period 1928–1977 Frans E. Wielgolaski, Øyvind Nordli, Stein Rune Karlsen & Bridget O’Neill

Erratum to: Plant phenological variation related to temperature in Norway during the period 1928–1977 Frans E. Wielgolaski, Øyvind Nordli & Stein Rune Karlsen

Plant phenology networks of citizen scientists: recommendations from two decades of experience in Canada Elisabeth G. Beaubien & Andreas Hamann

Reproductive phenology of coastal plain Atlantic forest vegetation: comparisons from seashore to foothills Vanessa Graziele Staggemeier & Leonor Patrícia Cerdeira Morellato

Large delay in flowering in continental versus coastal populations of a Mediterranean shrub, Globularia alypum Marc Estiarte, Gloria Puig & Josep Peñuelas

A comparison of methods to estimate seasonal phenological development from BBCH scale recording Christine Cornelius, Hannes Petermeier, Nicole Estrella & Annette Menzel

Using Self-Organising Maps (SOMs) to assess synchronies: an application to historical eucalypt flowering records Irene L. Hudson, Marie R. Keatley & Shalem Y. Lee

Climate change, phenological shifts, eco-evolutionary responses and population viability: toward a unifying predictive approach Stéphanie Jenouvrier & Marcel E. Visser

Effects of recent warm and cold spells on European plant phenology Annette Menzel, Holm Seifert & Nicole Estrella ISB News

ISB News November 2011: from the President Paul J. Beggs

 

Scott Sheridan, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Biometeorology Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator Department of Geography, Kent State University Kent, Ohio 44242 USA

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