Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

(The TQCC of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology is 28. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
Altitude and temperature dependence of change in the spring vegetation green-up date from 1982 to 2006 in the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau393
Integrating satellite and climate data to predict wheat yield in Australia using machine learning approaches237
Spring vegetation green-up date in China inferred from SPOT NDVI data: A multiple model analysis203
Review of indirect optical measurements of leaf area index: Recent advances, challenges, and perspectives201
Hybrid artificial intelligence models based on a neuro-fuzzy system and metaheuristic optimization algorithms for spatial prediction of wildfire probability162
Analysis of spatial and temporal patterns of net primary production and their climate controls in China from 1982 to 2010149
Ear density estimation from high resolution RGB imagery using deep learning technique142
The impact of the 2009/2010 drought on vegetation growth and terrestrial carbon balance in Southwest China136
Assimilation of remote sensing into crop growth models: Current status and perspectives125
Will higher minimum temperatures increase corn production in Northeast China? An analysis of historical data over 1965–2008123
Spatial and temporal variations in the end date of the vegetation growing season throughout the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau from 1982 to 2011114
Impact of climate change on agricultural productivity under rainfed conditions in Cameroon—A method to improve attainable crop yields by planting date adaptations113
Modelling olive flowering date using chilling for dormancy release and thermal time112
A new multi-sensor integrated index for drought monitoring99
Incorporating machine learning with biophysical model can improve the evaluation of climate extremes impacts on wheat yield in south-eastern Australia93
A simple and objective method to partition evapotranspiration into transpiration and evaporation at eddy-covariance sites89
How to cool hot-humid (Asian) cities with urban trees? An optimal landscape size perspective89
Spatio-temporal downscaling of gridded crop model yield estimates based on machine learning79
Climate at ecologically relevant scales: A new temperature and soil moisture logger for long-term microclimate measurement73
Quantifying 3D structure and occlusion in dense tropical and temperate forests using close-range LiDAR73
A synthesis of bias and uncertainty in sap flow methods71
Planting date and soybean yield: evaluation of environmental effects with a crop simulation model: SOYGRO69
Response of crop yield to different time-scales of drought in the United States: Spatio-temporal patterns and climatic and environmental drivers66
Modeling the climate suitability of tea [Camellia sinensis(L.) O. Kuntze] in Sri Lanka in response to current and future climate change scenarios65
Monitoring crop phenology using a smartphone based near-surface remote sensing approach64
On the applicability of maximum overlap discrete wavelet transform integrated with MARS and M5 model tree for monthly pan evaporation prediction64
Copula based assessment of meteorological drought characteristics: Regional investigation of Iran63
Assessing the carbon and climate benefit of restoring degraded agricultural peat soils to managed wetlands61
Nitrogen depositions increase soil respiration and decrease temperature sensitivity in a Moso bamboo forest61
Agricultural drought monitoring using European Space Agency Sentinel 3A land surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index imageries59
Biochar amendment reduced greenhouse gas intensities in the rice-wheat rotation system: six-year field observation and meta-analysis59
A water-energy balance approach for multi-category drought assessment across globally diverse hydrological basins58
Responses of ecosystem water use efficiency to meteorological drought under different biomes and drought magnitudes in northern China58
A new process-based model for predicting autumn phenology: How is leaf senescence controlled by photoperiod and temperature coupling?55
Ecosystem water use efficiency in a young plantation in Northern China and its relationship to drought54
Water storage effect of soil freeze-thaw process and its impacts on soil hydro-thermal regime variations53
Interaction of vegetation, climate and topography on evapotranspiration modelling at different time scales within the Budyko framework53
Responses of soil greenhouse gas emissions to different application rates of biochar in a subtropical Chinese chestnut plantation53
Interacting effects of temperature and precipitation on climatic sensitivity of spring vegetation green-up in arid mountains of China52
Modeling canopy conductance and transpiration from solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence51
Partitioning evapotranspiration of a drip-irrigated wheat crop: Inter-comparing eddy covariance-, sap flow-, lysimeter- and FAO-based methods51
Divergent vegetation responses to extreme spring and summer droughts in Southwestern China49
Simulation of maize evapotranspiration: An inter-comparison among 29 maize models48
Does the use of digestate to replace mineral fertilizers have less emissions of N2O and NH3?48
Tree mortality of European beech and Norway spruce induced by 2018-2019 hot droughts in central Germany47
Remote prediction of yield based on LAI estimation in oilseed rape under different planting methods and nitrogen fertilizer applications47
Finite element analysis of trees in the wind based on terrestrial laser scanning data46
Soil thermal conductivity and its influencing factors at the Tanggula permafrost region on the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau46
Disentangling the formation and evolvement mechanism of plants-induced dried soil layers on China’s Loess Plateau45
Tree-ring-based moisture variability in western Tianshan Mountains since A.D. 1882 and its possible driving mechanism45
Assessing consistency of spring phenology of snow-covered forests as estimated by vegetation indices, gross primary production, and solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence45
Shifts in cultivar and planting date have regulated rice growth duration under climate warming in China since the early 1980s45
Effects of climate change on the extension of the potential double cropping region and crop water requirements in Northern China45
New estimates of leaf angle distribution from terrestrial LiDAR: Comparison with measured and modelled estimates from nine broadleaf tree species44
An increasing trend in the ratio of transpiration to total terrestrial evapotranspiration in China from 1982 to 2015 caused by greening and warming44
Crop planting date matters: Estimation methods and effect on future yields44
Impact of near-surface wind speed variability on wind erosion in the eastern agro-pastoral transitional zone of Northern China, 1982–201643
The biophysical effects of the vegetation restoration program on regional climate metrics in the Loess Plateau, China42
Global historical soybean and wheat yield loss estimates from ozone pollution considering water and temperature as modifying effects42
Changing precipitation exerts greater influence on soil heterotrophic than autotrophic respiration in a semiarid steppe42
Methane and carbon dioxide fluxes of a temperate mire in Central Europe42
Warming and precipitation addition interact to affect plant spring phenology in alpine meadows on the central Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau42
Exotic shrub species (Caragana korshinskii) is more resistant to extreme natural drought than native species (Artemisia gmelinii) in a semiarid revegetated ecosystem42
Growth rate rather than growing season length determines wood biomass in dry environments41
Linking climate, annual growth and competition in a Mediterranean forest: Pinus pinea in the Spanish Northern Plateau40
Vegetation dynamics and their effects on surface water-energy balance over the Three-North Region of China40
Water and carbon dioxide exchange of an alpine meadow ecosystem in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau is energy-limited40
Continuous observation of vegetation canopy dynamics using an integrated low-cost, near-surface remote sensing system39
Photosynthetic characteristics and grain yield of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in response to fertilizer, precipitation, and soil water storage before sowing under the ridge and furrow system: 39
Simulation of multi-platform LiDAR for assessing total leaf area in tree crowns38
The potential geographical distribution of Haloxylon across Central Asia under climate change in the 21st century38
Timing of rice maturity in China is affected more by transplanting date than by climate change38
Effects of N addition and precipitation reduction on soil respiration and its components in a temperate forest38
Grazing-induced increases in soil moisture maintain higher productivity during droughts in alpine meadows on the Tibetan Plateau38
Links between recent trends in airborne pollen concentration, meteorological parameters and air pollutants36
Risk factors for European winter oilseed rape production under climate change36
Closure and partitioning of the energy balance in a preserved area of a Brazilian seasonally dry tropical forest36
Assessment of global drought propensity and its impacts on agricultural water use in future climate scenarios36
Predicting wheat productivity: Integrating time series of vegetation indices into crop modeling via sequential assimilation36
Wavelength selection of the multispectral lidar system for estimating leaf chlorophyll and water contents through the PROSPECT model35
Vertical distributions of chlorophyll and nitrogen and their associations with photosynthesis under drought and rewatering regimes in a maize field35
Contribution of recycled moisture to local precipitation in the inland Heihe River Basin35
Canopy transpiration of a Larix sibirica and Pinus sylvestris forest in Central Siberia35
Calibrating an evapotranspiration model using radiometric surface temperature, vegetation cover fraction and near-surface soil moisture data35
Use of thermal imaging to detect evaporative cooling in coniferous and broadleaved tree species of the Mediterranean maquis35
The breathing of the Andean highlands: Net ecosystem exchange and evapotranspiration over the páramo of southern Ecuador34
Water uptake by coniferous and broad-leaved forest in a rocky mountainous area of northern China34
The impact of climate change on grapevine phenology and the influence of altitude: A regional study34
Analysis of the spatiotemporal variability of droughts and the effects of drought on potato production in northern China34
Distribution margins as natural laboratories to infer species’ flowering responses to climate warming and implications for frost risk33
Maize yield under a changing climate: The hidden role of vapor pressure deficit33
Effects of continuous plastic mulching on crop growth in a winter wheat-summer maize rotation system on the Loess Plateau of China33
CO2 elevation modulates the response of leaf gas exchange to progressive soil drying in tomato plants33
Use of machine learning techniques to model wind damage to forests33
Growth response of alpine treeline forests to a warmer and drier climate on the southeastern Tibetan Plateau32
Increased precipitation offsets the negative effect of warming on plant biomass and ecosystem respiration in a Tibetan alpine steppe32
Modeling impacts of mulching and climate change on crop production and N2O emission in the Loess Plateau of China32
Ensemble forecasting of monthly and seasonal reference crop evapotranspiration based on global climate model outputs32
Aridity change and its correlation with greening over drylands31
Subtropical mangrove wetland is a stronger carbon dioxide sink in the dry than wet seasons31
Summer drought and spring frost, but not their interaction, constrain European beech and Silver fir growth in their southern distribution limits31
Risk assessment by sowing date for barley (Hordeum vulgare) in northern Ethiopia31
Dynamic response patterns of profile soil moisture wetting events under different land covers in the Mountainous area of the Heihe River Watershed, Northwest China31
Raising genetic yield potential in high productive countries: Designing wheat ideotypes under climate change31
On the specific water holding capacity of litter for three forest ecosystems in the eastern foothills of the Alps30
From tree to stand-level structural complexity — Which properties make a forest stand complex?30
Using daily data from seasonal forecasts in dynamic crop models for yield prediction: A case study for rice in Nepal’s Terai30
Improving runoff estimates using remote sensing vegetation data for bushfire impacted catchments30
Moderate chilling requirement controls budburst for subtropical species in China30
A global synthesis of the effect of water and nitrogen input on maize (Zea mays) yield, water productivity and nitrogen use efficiency29
Identifying key meteorological factors to yield variation of potato and the optimal planting date in the agro-pastoral ecotone in North China29
The effects of local climate on the correlation between weather and seed production differ in two species with contrasting masting habit28
Negative extreme events in gross primary productivity and their drivers in China during the past three decades28
Climate change effects on the frequency, seasonality and interannual variability of suitable prescribed burning weather conditions in south-eastern Australia28
Changes in plant biomass induced by soil moisture variability drive interannual variation in the net ecosystem CO2 exchange over a reclaimed coastal wetland28
Delayed autumn leaf senescence date prolongs the growing season length of herbaceous plants on the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau28