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Publications Citing Long-Term Arctic Growing Season NDVI Trends from GIMMS 3g, 1982-2012

The following 8 publications cited the product Long-Term Arctic Growing Season NDVI Trends from GIMMS 3g, 1982-2012.

Year Citation
2021 Guillen, L.A., R. Fernandez, B. Gaertner, and N.P. Zegre. 2021. Climate and Landscape Controls on the Water Balance in Temperate Forest Ecosystems: Testing Large Scale Controls on Undisturbed Catchments in the Central Appalachian Mountains of the US. Water Resources Research. 57(9):
2021 Hossain, M.L. and J. Li. 2021. NDVI-based vegetation dynamics and its resistance and resilience to different intensities of climatic events. Global Ecology and Conservation. 30:e01768.
2021 Justino, F., D. Bromwich, A. Wilson, A. Silva, A. Avila-Diaz, A. Fernandez, and J. Rodrigues. 2021. Estimates of temporal-spatial variability of wildfire danger across the Pan-Arctic and extra-tropics. Environmental Research Letters. 16(4):044060.
2020 Butterfield, Z., W. Buermann, and G. Keppel-Aleks. 2020. Satellite observations reveal seasonal redistribution of northern ecosystem productivity in response to interannual climate variability. Remote Sensing of Environment. 242:111755.
2019 Coffer, M.M. and E.L. Hestir. 2019. Variability in Trends and Indicators of CO 2 Exchange Across Arctic Wetlands . Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
2019 Kolyaie, S., U.A. Treier, G.R. Watmough, B. Madsen, P.K. Bocher, A. Psomas, R. Bosch, and S. Normand. 2019. Transferability and the effect of colour calibration during multi-image classification of Arctic vegetation change. Polar Biology. 42(7):1227-1239.
2017 Wei, Z., K. Yoshimura, L. Wang, D.G. Miralles, S. Jasechko, and X. Lee. 2017. Revisiting the contribution of transpiration to global terrestrial evapotranspiration. Geophysical Research Letters. 44(6):2792-2801.
2016 P., B., C. V., P.S. Roy, P.K. Joshi, and C. K. 2016. Long-term agricultural performance and climate variability for drought assessment: a regional study from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states, India. Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk. 8(2):822-840.