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To map the linear trends in onset, end, and length of the growing season in Fennoscandia, the bimonthly Global Inventory Modeling and Mapping Studies (GIMMS) normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI ... The study area of Fennoscandia is a heterogeneous climatic region. ... This study was financed by Norut, Northern Research Institute Tromsø, within the strategic institute program 'New and improved remote sensing techniques for environmental monitoring' (EnviMon), and by ...doi:10.3354/cr00828 fatcat:crr2dvwn5zbgnk636rghpommuy
The conference was arranged by Nordic Council for Reindeer Husbandry Research (NOR) in cooperation with Centre for Sami Studies, University of Tromsø. ... The conference was held in the South Sami area in the town of Røros. Rangifer Report No. 9, 2004, was published for the conference and included conference programme and abstracts. ... The NOAA AVHRR GIMMS NDVI data set obtained from weather satellites was together with in-situ data and climate data used to investigate regional climatic change impact on the length of the growing season ...doi:10.7557/22.214.171.1242 fatcat:vrfz45pwm5fldfa2n644k72vvi
Mean and single flowering dates from 1721 to 2000 were corrected for altitude to a reference level of 550 m a.s.l. which is the median station height of the Swiss Phenological Network in the study area ... For the 1951–2000 period, the most influential pre-flowering mean temperature period was assessed by comparison of the flowering date with monthly and seasonal means at the representative station (Zürich-SMA ... Climatic Change Impact on Growing Season in Fennoscandia Studied by a Time Series of NOAA AVHRR NDVI Data. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.5767553 fatcat:ymnkohxrczeqdptc6fgiy5vgau