Global change impacts on vegetation phenology
Last updated on Jun 1, 2023
Assistant Professor, PI
I study impacts of global change on forest ecosystem functions.
Understanding the continuous phenological development at a daily time step with a Bayesian hierarchical space-time model: impacts of climate change and extreme weathers
We developed a model to quantify how daily phenological development responds to climate change and extreme weather eventts.
Tong Qiu, Conghe Song, James S. Clark, Bijan Seyednasrollah, Nuvan Rathnayaka, Junxiang Li
Urbanization and climate change jointly shift land surface phenology in the northern mid-latitude large cities
We found that amplitude of urbanization, quantified as changes of %ISA, can compensate the negative effects (delayed SOS or advanced EOS) and amplify the positive effects (earlier SOS or later EOS) of climate change on temporal variations of LSP in most climate zones (except the dry climate)
Tong Qiu, Conghe Song, Yulong Zhang, Hongsheng Liu, James M. Vose