Data on: Winter warming offset one half of the spring warming effects on leaf unfolding
Wang, Huanjiong et al. (2022), Data on: Winter warming offset one half of the spring warming effects on leaf unfolding, Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83bk3j9v6
This dataset is the data used to create figures in paper of Global change biology entitled "Data on Winter warming offset one half of the spring warming effects on leaf unfolding", we constructed a phenological model based on the linear or exponential function between the chilling accumulation (CA) and forcing requirements (FR) of leaf-out. We further used the phenological model to quantify the relative contributions of chilling and forcing on past and future spring phenological change. The results showed that the delaying effect of decreased chilling on the leaf-out date was prevalent in natural conditions, as more than 99% of time series exhibited a negative relationship between CA and FR. The reduction in chilling linked to winter warming from 1951-2014 could offset about one half of the spring phenological advance caused by the increase in forcing. In future warming scenarios, if the same model is used and a linear, stable correlation between CA and FR is assumed, declining chilling will continuously offset the advance of leaf-out to a similar degree. Our study stresses the importance of assessing the antagonistic effects of winter and spring warming on leaf-out phenology.
See the Materials and methods section in the original paper.
Microsoft Excel are required to open the data files.
National Key R&D Program of China, Award: 2018YFA0606102
National Natural Science Foundation of China, Award: 41871032
Youth Innovation Promotion Association, CAS, Award: 2018070
National Natural Science Foundation of China, Award: 42125101