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Ground-based observations available for international land-product validation: An introduction. 2012 CEOS Phenology LPV workshop 13 September 2012 Compiled by Jake Weltzin With appreciation to all contributing ground-based networks and datasets. a project of the USA-NPN.

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Ground-based observations available for international land-product validation:

An introduction

2012 CEOS Phenology LPV workshop

13 September 2012

Compiled by Jake Weltzin

With appreciation to all contributing ground-based networks and datasets

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a project of the USA-NPN

Nationally distributed observation sites

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2011

Individual deciduous trees

Mean days for # of observations

Breaking

Buds

Increasing

leaf size

First day of breaking leaf buds

Leaves

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a project of the USA-NPN

Data, metadata, documentation freely available

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The Australian Phenology Network - ClimateWatch

Earthwatch Institue with the Bureau of Meteorology and The University of Melbourne

alberta plantwatch
Alberta Plantwatch
  • 26 years data (1987 to present) on first/ mid/ full bloom
    • First 20 years already digitized: 47,000 records from about 650 observers
  • 25 plant species (23 native species, 2 introduced)
  • Leafing data since 2000 for Populus tremuloides (aspen), lilac, red maple, larch
  • Plan: data available approx. Sept 2013
  • See plantwatch.naturealberta.ca
    • And www.plantwatch.ca
citizen science reports i n sweden
Citizen science reports in Sweden

Vegetation period

No of reports 2008 - 2012

Citizen science network 2012

birch an example species
Birch - an example species

Distribution of birch leaf unfolding obs.

Birch leaf phenology, different observers

Leaf unfolding

Pros

Known

Anon.

Day ofyear

Autumn leaves

Latitude

status and availability of ground phenology observations networks ireland
Status and Availability of Ground Phenology Observations/Networks - Ireland
  • 4 international phenological gardens with long-term data (>40 years) on a suite of trees
  • 10 international phenological gardens with short-term data (>2 years) on trees
  • 6 sites with 2 native species of trees (>2 years)
  • Some citizen science data
    • School students
    • Nature Watch
    • Phenology trail
  • Data not quality controlled
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Initiative started Fall 2011

  • Borrows software (Nature’s Notebook), protocols and educational material from USA-NPN
  • Will rely on citizen scientists
  • Priority given to plants
  • Multi-institutional, supported through voluntary contributions, no dedicated funding (yet!)
  • Expected to be operational Spring 2013
  • Coordinator:
    • Nüzhet Dalfes (dalfes@itu.edu.tr) [Istanbul Tech. University]
pep725 pan european phenology database
PEP725 – Pan European Phenology Database

Elisabeth Koch, Wolfgang Lipa, Susanne Zach-Hermann, Markus Ungersböckpep725@zamg.ac.at

PEP725 isfinancedbythe Austrian Federal MinistryforScience&Research, ZAMG and EUMETNET

The main objective of PEP725 is to promote and facilitate phenological research by delivering a pan European phenological database with an open, unrestricted data access for science, research and education

www.pep725.eu

community interactions
Community interactions
  • e.g. micro-analysis of observation patterns

Data delivery as simple ASCII downloads

  • follow us @PEP725
  • 2 RSS feeds (PEP725 news, PhenoNews)

Outlook

  • implementation of real-time observations
  • offer gridded datasets for some plants / phases
  • ….

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LPV Phenology Workshop, 14. Sept. 2012, Milwaukee WI, USA