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Spatial sampling inconsistency leads to differences in phenological sensitivity to warming between natural and experiment sites

Nan Cong  Miaogen Shen  Jiaxing Zu  Yangjian Zhang  
【摘要】:正Plant spring phenology is receiving increasing attention owing to the recognition of its high sensitivity to ongoing climatic warming ~([1]). Changes in plant spring phenology can substantially influence a wide range of ecosystem structure and functions, which can not only affect human-beings but also in turn affect climate ~([2]).Warming experiments have been widely conducted to help understand, and thus predict plant phenological response to climate.Most of these experiment-based studies have focused on reporting

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