The data set includes the estimated data on the SOS (start of season) and the EOS (end of season) of vegetation in Sanjiangyuan based on GIMMS3g version 1.0, the latest version of the GIMMS NDVI data set. Two common phenological estimation methods were adopted: the threshold extraction method based on polynomial fitting (the term “poly” was included in the file names) and the inflection point extraction method based on double logistic function fitting (the term “sig” was included in the file names). These data can be used to analyse the relationship between vegetation phenology and climate change. The temporal coverage ranges from 1982 to 2015, and the spatial resolution is 8 km.
Wang X, Xiao J, Li X et al. No Consistent Evidence for Advancing or Delaying Trends in Spring Phenology on the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2017, 122, 3288-3305.
 Wang, X.F., Xiao, J.F., Li, X., Cheng, G.D., Ma, M.G., Che, T., Dai, L.Y., Wang, S.Y., Wu, J.K., (2017). No Consistent Evidence for Advancing or Delaying Trends in Spring Phenology on the Tibetan Plateau. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122, 3288-3305. (查看)
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