Lin Meng
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A new method to quantify surface urban heat island intensity
H Li, Y Zhou, X Li, L Meng, X Wang, S Wu, S Sodoudi
Science of the total environment 624, 262-272, 2018
Urban warming advances spring phenology but reduces the response of phenology to temperature in the conterminous United States
L Meng, J Mao, Y Zhou, AD Richardson, X Lee, PE Thornton, DM Ricciuto, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 117 (8), 4228-4233, 2020
Characterizing spatiotemporal dynamics in phenology of urban ecosystems based on Landsat data
X Li, Y Zhou, GR Asrar, L Meng
Science of the Total Environment 605, 721-734, 2017
A dataset of 30 m annual vegetation phenology indicators (1985–2015) in urban areas of the conterminous United States
X Li, Y Zhou, L Meng, GR Asrar, C Lu, Q Wu
Earth System Science Data 11 (2), 881-894, 2019
Photoperiod decelerates the advance of spring phenology of six deciduous tree species under climate warming
L Meng, Y Zhou, L Gu, AD Richardson, J Peñuelas, Y Fu, Y Wang, ...
Global change biology 27 (12), 2914-2927, 2021
Divergent responses of spring phenology to daytime and nighttime warming
L Meng, Y Zhou, X Li, GR Asrar, J Mao, AD Wanamaker Jr, Y Wang
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 281, 107832, 2020
Responses of summer maize main phenology to climate change in the North China Plain
M Lin
Chinese Journal of Agrometeorology 36 (04), 375, 2015
Characterizing the relationship between satellite phenology and pollen season: a case study of birch
X Li, Y Zhou, L Meng, G Asrar, A Sapkota, F Coates
Remote sensing of environment 222, 267-274, 2019
Heat injury risk assessment for single-cropping rice in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze river under climate change
L Meng, C Wang, J Zhang
Journal of Meteorological Research 30 (3), 426-443, 2016
Extending a land-surface model with Sphagnum moss to simulate responses of a northern temperate bog to whole ecosystem warming and elevated CO2
X Shi, DM Ricciuto, PE Thornton, X Xu, F Yuan, RJ Norby, AP Walker, ...
Biogeosciences 18 (2), 467-486, 2021
Artificial light at night: an underappreciated effect on phenology of deciduous woody plants
L Meng, Y Zhou, MO Román, EC Stokes, Z Wang, GR Asrar, J Mao, ...
PNAS Nexus 1 (2), pgac046, 2022
Evaluation and modification of ELM seasonal deciduous phenology against observations in a southern boreal peatland forest
L Meng, J Mao, DM Ricciuto, X Shi, AD Richardson, PJ Hanson, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 308, 108556, 2021
A dataset of 30m annual vegetation phenology indicators (1985–2015) in urban areas of the conterminous United States, Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 11, 881–894
X Li, Y Zhou, L Meng, GR Asrar, C Lu, Q Wu
Green with phenology
L Meng
Science 374 (6571), 1065-1066, 2021
Artificial light at night: an under-appreciated effect on plant phenology in urban areas
L Meng, Y Zhou, MO Roman, EC Stokes, Z Wang, G Asrar, J Mao, ...
Fall Meeting 2022, 2022
Satellite mapping of urban built-up heights reveals extreme infrastructure gaps and inequalities in the Global South
Y Zhou, X Li, W Chen, L Meng, Q Wu, P Gong, KC Seto
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (46), e2214813119, 2022
Analyzing the influence of climate and environmental factors on growth rates of secondary tropical forests using NASA GEDI spaceborne LiDAR
M Mohan, G Pastorello, Y Feng, M Longo, L Meng, M Keller, A Ferraz, ...
Fall Meeting 2022, 2022
Forest edge effects on the Amazon rainforest under climate change
L Meng, JQ Chambers, C Koven, G Pastorello, PM Brando, M Longo, ...
Fall Meeting 2022, 2022
Soil moisture thresholds explain a shift from light-limited to water-limited sap velocity in the Central Amazon during the 2015–16 El Niño drought
L Meng, J Chambers, C Koven, G Pastorello, B Gimenez, K Jardine, ...
Environmental Research Letters 17 (6), 064023, 2022
Bringing more Tropical data to the table through the NGEE-Tropics data archive
E Robles, D Agarwal, D Christianson, B Faybishenko, L Meng, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, B45D-1647, 2021
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