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Season Spotter: Using Citizen Science to Validate and Scale Plant Phenology from Near-Surface Remote Sensing

Margaret Kosmala, Alycia Crall, Rebecca Cheng, Koen Hufkens, Sandra Henderson, Andrew Richardson
2016 Remote Sensing  
Plant phenology is a sensitive indicator of climate change 15 and regulates the seasonality of carbon, water, and energy fluxes between the land surface and the  ...  The impact of a rapidly changing climate on the biosphere is an urgent area of research 14 for mitigation policy and management.  ...  As a result, the use of citizen science in combination with near-surface 29 remote sensing of phenology can be used to link ground-based phenology observations to satellite 30 sensor data for scaling and  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs8090726 fatcat:ihyukbnumjb7bnq5zhchl3e4au

Introducing digital cameras to monitor plant phenology in the tropics: applications for conservation

Bruna Alberton, Ricardo da S. Torres, Leonardo F. Cancian, Bruno D. Borges, Jurandy Almeida, Greice C. Mariano, Jefersson dos Santos, Leonor Patricia Cerdeira Morellato
2017 Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation  
high-resolution near-remote data.  ...  ., meteorological stations and surface-atmosphere flux towers) allows a wide range of studies, especially linking phenological patterns to climatic drivers; and the impact of climate changes on plant responses  ...  We thank the members of the Phenology Laboratory from UNESP, and RECOD Laboratory from UNICAMP and all our collaborators, especially: Dr Magna Soelma from Embrapa Petrolina and leader of the Caatinga Flux  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pecon.2017.06.004 fatcat:nbxy2pu2a5hanhcfvixrgg6qka

The Role of Citizen Science in Earth Observation

Steffen Fritz, Cidália Fonte, Linda See
2017 Remote Sensing  
calibration and validation of remotely-sensed imagery.  ...  Citizen Science (CS) and crowdsourcing are two potentially valuable sources of data for Earth Observation (EO), which have yet to be fully exploited.  ...  The second paper on phenology [27] describes how citizens contributed to identifying features from images taken from a network of 300 phenology cameras as part of the CS project called 'Season Spotter  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9040357 fatcat:cvdbsigdzbbt5hofcoculmy25q

Using phenocams to monitor our changing Earth: toward a global phenocam network

Tim B Brown, Kevin R Hultine, Heidi Steltzer, Ellen G Denny, Michael W Denslow, Joel Granados, Sandra Henderson, David Moore, Shin Nagai, Michael SanClements, Arturo Sánchez-Azofeifa, Oliver Sonnentag (+2 others)
2016 Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment  
 Acknowledgements We thank NEON and the US National Science Foundation (NSF) for supporting the NEON Phenocam Workshop (Boulder, CO; 15-17 Oct 2013) that led to this paper.  ...  Thanks to J McCorkel of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for valuable input on Figure 1  ...  phenology, productivity, and function over timescales ranging from seasons to decades.  ... 
doi:10.1002/fee.1222 fatcat:mblvyyrgcjfind5xx3lstydzdq

Daily MODIS 500 m reflectance anisotropy direct broadcast (DB) products for monitoring vegetation phenology dynamics

Yanmin Shuai, Crystal Schaaf, Xiaoyang Zhang, Alan Strahler, David Roy, Jeffrey Morisette, Zhuosen Wang, Joanne Nightingale, Jaime Nickeson, Andrew D. Richardson, Donghui Xie, Jindi Wang (+3 others)
2013 International Journal of Remote Sensing  
efforts to investigate the details of phenological trends, especially for natural phenological variations that occur on short time scales, are less well served by remote sensing challenges and lack of  ...  Although numerous model-fitted satellite data have been widely used to assess the spatio-temporal distribution of land surface phenological patterns to understand phenological process and phenomena, current  ...  Dr Donghui Xie acknowledges support from the open funding programme of the State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science (#OFSLRSS201102). Dr Andrew D.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01431161.2013.803169 fatcat:ob2jdzxyvrf27ftrngqzeax5zi

Crossing the Great Divide: Bridging the Researcher–Practitioner Gap to Maximize the Utility of Remote Sensing for Invasive Species Monitoring and Management

Kelsey Parker, Arthur Elmes, Peter Boucher, Richard A. Hallett, John E. Thompson, Zachary Simek, Justin Bowers, Andrew B. Reinmann
2021 Remote Sensing  
Meanwhile, researchers are developing remote sensing products to detect the changes in vegetation health and structure that are caused by invasive species, which could aid in early detection and monitoring  ...  We also draw from our experiences collaborating with each other to advance detection, monitoring, and management of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Adelges tsugae; HWA), an invasive forest pest in the eastern  ...  Other search terms included "Community Science", "Civic Science", and "Citizen Science", "Open-Source Data Ecology", "Invasive Species AND Remote Sensing", "Remote Sensing AND Saltcedar", and "Hemlock  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13204142 fatcat:zi7typvwmbdxdljwcfyftlzrgm