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Posters CL2.15

CL2.15

Phenology and seasonality in climate change
Convener: Kjell Bolmgren 
Co-Conveners: Christina Koppe , Iñaki Garcia de Cortazar-Atauri , Marie Keatley , Helfried Scheifinger 
Session details
Orals
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 15:30–17:00 / Room 0.14
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00 / Hall X4
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Attendance Time: Friday, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X4
Chairperson: Kjell Bolmgren and Helfried Scheifinger
X4.1
EGU2018-8578
A European phenological database, PEP725, www.pep725.eu | Highlight
Helfried Scheifinger, Thomas Hübner, Elisabeth Koch, Anita Paul, and Markus Ungersböck

X4.2
EGU2018-19115
Five years of the Phenological Network of Catalonia
Jordi Cunillera, Montserrat Busto, and Xavier de Yzaguirre

X4.3
EGU2018-8342
PhaenOPT – a satellite based phenological monitoring service in the federal state of Thuringia, Germany
Oliver Bauer, Frank Reinhardt, Jonas Eberle, and Rene Höfer

X4.4
EGU2018-14414
Linking ground phenology with the NDVI derived from remote sensing observations
Hans Ressl, Christoph Matulla, and Helfried Scheifinger

X4.5
EGU2018-462
Influence of precipitation variability in vegetation greenness in Portugal
Ricardo Costa, Hélder Fraga, Paulo Fernandes, André Fonseca, and João Santos

X4.6
EGU2018-14059
Importance of preseason definition for temperature sensitivity and the prediction of shifts in spring phenology
Barbara Pietragalla, Sabine Güsewell, and Regula Gehrig

X4.7
EGU2018-10866
A proposal to define seasons based on daily temperature annual cycle through their daily values and changes extremes
Enrique Sanchez, Noelia López-Franca, Claudio Menéndez, and Andrea Carril

X4.8
EGU2018-15194
Spatio-temporal Correlation between Gross Primary Production and spring onset
Emma Izquierdo-Verdiguier, Alvaro Moreno, Raul Zurita-Milla, Gustau Camps-Valls, and Steve Running

X4.9 EGU2018-12395
Global warming leads to more uniform spring phenology across elevations (withdrawn) | Highlight
Yann Vitasse, Constant Signarbieux, and Yongshuo Fu

X4.10
EGU2018-13455
Phenological record based on ground observation and remote sensing in support of climate-smart forestry
Serena Antonucci, Sergio Rossi, Annie Deslauriers, Hubert Morin, Fabio Lombardi, Marco Marchetti, and Roberto Tognetti

X4.11
EGU2018-1861
Dates of budburst in birch provenances during the period 1992-2017 as related to cllimatic variables in northern Fennoscandia
Oddvar Skre and Frans Emil Wielgolaski

X4.12
EGU2018-2934
Modelling the impacts of climate change and crop management on phenological trends of spring and winter wheat in China
Yujie Liu and Qiaomin Chen

X4.13
EGU2018-3594
Predicting future phenological changes in Iraq using climate change scenarios
Afrah Daham, Dawei Han, Miguel Rico-Ramirez, and William M. Jolly

X4.14
EGU2018-12425
Impacts of climate warming, cultivator shifts and phenological date changes on rice growth period length in China
Tao Ye, Shuo Zong, Axel Kleindon, Wenping Yuan, Yao Wang, and Peijun Shi

X4.15
EGU2018-13897
Climatology of phenological and other micrometeorological variables parameters in regional vineyard ecosystem in Piedmont (Italy)
Claudio Cassardo, Valentina Andreoli, Federico Spanna, Silvia Ferrarese, and Samuele Picco

X4.16
EGU2018-11715
Hiatus of spring green-up advancements in Northern Hemisphere boreal forests
Hoonyoung Park, Su-Jong Jeong, Chang-Hoi Ho, Chang-Eui Park, and Jinwon Kim

X4.17
EGU2018-11731
Urbanization may reduce the risk of frost damage to spring flowers in South Korea
Hyeon-Ju Gim, Chang-Hoi Ho, Jinwon Kim, and Eun Ju Lee

X4.18 EGU2018-17120
Bioclimatic Indices for Wine Growers: The sCAP project (withdrawn)
Elena Tarnavsky, Matthieu H Arnoult, and Martin Lukac

X4.19
EGU2018-17851
Impact of a SPG convection collapse on the European viticulture
Giovanni Sgubin, Didier Swingedouw, Inaki Garcia de Cortazar-Ataur, Nathalie Ollat, and Cornelis van Leeuwen