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DOI10.1038/s41558-022-01584-2
Widespread spring phenology effects on drought recovery of Northern Hemisphere ecosystems
Li, Yang; Zhang, Wen; Schwalm, Christopher R.; Gentine, Pierre; Smith, William K.; Ciais, Philippe; Kimball, John S.; Gazol, Antonio; Kannenberg, Steven A.; Chen, Anping; Piao, Shilong; Liu, Hongyan; Chen, Deliang; Wu, Xiuchen
Date Issued2023
ISSN1758-678X
EISSN1758-6798
startpage182
endpage+
Volume13Issue:2
Other AbstractThe authors reveal complex drought recovery responses to phenology shifts, in that early spring can shorten or lengthen recovery, while delayed spring following drought events delays it. These effects suggest a need to incorporate phenology aspects into resilience models. The time required for an ecosystem to recover from severe drought is a key component of ecological resilience. The phenology effects on drought recovery are, however, poorly understood. These effects centre on how phenology variations impact biophysical feedbacks, vegetation growth and, ultimately, recovery itself. Using multiple remotely sensed datasets, we found that more than half of ecosystems in mid- and high-latitudinal Northern Hemisphere failed to recover from extreme droughts within a single growing season. Earlier spring phenology in the drought year slowed drought recovery when extreme droughts occurred in mid-growing season. Delayed spring phenology in the subsequent year slowed drought recovery for all vegetation types (with importance of spring phenology ranging from 46% to 58%). The phenology effects on drought recovery were comparable to or larger than other well-known postdrought climatic factors. These results strongly suggest that the interactions between vegetation phenology and drought must be incorporated into Earth system models to accurately quantify ecosystem resilience.
enkeywordsVEGETATION GROWTH; CLIMATE-CHANGE; TEMPERATURE; MECHANISMS; PATTERNS; IMPACT; PINE
WOS Research AreaEnvironmental Sciences ; Environmental Studies ; Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences
WOS IDWOS:000916048500002
journalNature Climate Change
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://gcip.llas.ac.cn/handle/2XKMVOVA/282489
AffiliationBeijing Normal University; Beijing Normal University; University of Arizona; Columbia University; Universite Paris Saclay; CEA; Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS); University of Montana System; University of Montana; Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC); Utah System of Higher Education; University of Utah; Colorado State University; Peking University; University of Gothenburg
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Li, Yang,Zhang, Wen,Schwalm, Christopher R.,et al. Widespread spring phenology effects on drought recovery of Northern Hemisphere ecosystems[J],2023,13(2).
APA Li, Yang.,Zhang, Wen.,Schwalm, Christopher R..,Gentine, Pierre.,Smith, William K..,...&Wu, Xiuchen.(2023).Widespread spring phenology effects on drought recovery of Northern Hemisphere ecosystems.Nature Climate Change,13(2).
MLA Li, Yang,et al."Widespread spring phenology effects on drought recovery of Northern Hemisphere ecosystems".Nature Climate Change 13.2(2023).
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