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A remotely sensed pigment index reveals photosynthetic phenology in evergreen conifers
JA Gamon, KF Huemmrich, CYS Wong, I Ensminger, S Garrity, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (46), 13087-13092, 2016
2852016
Three causes of variation in the photochemical reflectance index (PRI) in evergreen conifers
CYS Wong, JA Gamon
New Phytologist 206 (1), 187-195, 2015
2022015
Monitoring seasonal and diurnal changes in photosynthetic pigments with automated PRI and NDVI sensors
JA Gamon, O Kovalchuck, CYS Wong, A Harris, SR Garrity
Biogeosciences 12 (13), 4149-4159, 2015
1592015
The photochemical reflectance index provides an optical indicator of spring photosynthetic activation in evergreen conifers
CYS Wong, JA Gamon
New Phytologist 206 (1), 196-208, 2015
1342015
Carotenoid based vegetation indices for accurate monitoring of the phenology of photosynthesis at the leaf-scale in deciduous and evergreen trees
CYS Wong, P D'Odorico, Y Bhathena, MA Arain, I Ensminger
Remote Sensing of Environment 233, 111407, 2019
1002019
High‐throughput drone‐based remote sensing reliably tracks phenology in thousands of conifer seedlings
P D'Odorico, A Besik, CYS Wong, N Isabel, I Ensminger
New Phytologist 226 (6), 1667-1681, 2020
602020
Tracking the phenology of photosynthesis using carotenoid‐sensitive and near‐infrared reflectance vegetation indices in a temperate evergreen and mixed deciduous forest
CYS Wong, P D’Odorico, MA Arain, I Ensminger
New Phytologist 226 (6), 1682-1695, 2020
562020
Monitoring grassland seasonal carbon dynamics, by integrating MODIS NDVI, proximal optical sampling, and eddy covariance measurements
E Nestola, C Calfapietra, CA Emmerton, CYS Wong, DR Thayer, ...
Remote Sensing 8 (3), 260, 2016
422016
Zeaxanthin-independent energy quenching and alternative electron sinks cause a decoupling of the relationship between the photochemical reflectance index (PRI) and …
E Fréchette, CYS Wong, LV Junker, CYY Chang, I Ensminger
Journal of Experimental Botany 66 (22), 7309-7323, 2015
412015
Retrieval of the photochemical reflectance index for assessing xanthophyll cycle activity: a comparison of near-surface optical sensors
A Harris, JA Gamon, GZ Pastorello, CYS Wong
Biogeosciences 11 (22), 6277-6292, 2014
352014
Importance of the legacy effect for assessing spatiotemporal correspondence between interannual tree-ring width and remote sensing products in the Sierra Nevada
CYS Wong, DJN Young, AM Latimer, TN Buckley, TS Magney
Remote Sensing of Environment 265, 112635, 2021
192021
Hyperspectral remote sensing for phenotyping the physiological drought response of common and tepary bean
CYS Wong, ME Gilbert, MA Pierce, TA Parker, A Palkovic, P Gepts, ...
Plant Phenomics 5, 0021, 2023
142023
Remotely sensed carotenoid dynamics improve modelling photosynthetic phenology in conifer and deciduous forests
CYS Wong, LM Mercado, MA Arain, I Ensminger
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 321, 108977, 2022
142022
Detecting short-term stress and recovery events in a vineyard using tower-based remote sensing of photochemical reflectance index (PRI)
CYS Wong, NE Bambach, MM Alsina, AJ McElrone, T Jones, TN Buckley, ...
Irrigation Science 40 (4), 683-696, 2022
122022
Forest productivity recovery or collapse? Model‐data integration insights on drought‐induced tipping points
J Au, AA Bloom, NC Parazoo, RM Deans, CYS Wong, BZ Houlton, ...
Global Change Biology 29 (19), 5652-5665, 2023
82023
Modeling plant phenology by MODIS derived photochemical reflectance index (PRI)
Y Liu, C Wu, F Tian, X Wang, JA Gamon, CYS Wong, X Zhang, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 324, 109095, 2022
82022
TSWIFT: tower spectrometer on wheels for investigating frequent timeseries for high-throughput phenotyping of vegetation physiology
CYS Wong, T Jones, DP McHugh, ME Gilbert, P Gepts, A Palkovic, ...
Plant methods 19 (1), 29, 2023
72023
Plant optics: underlying mechanisms in remotely sensed signals for phenotyping applications
CYS Wong
AoB Plants 15 (4), plad039, 2023
42023
The biological basis for using optical signals to track evergreen needleleaf photosynthesis
ZA Pierrat, TS Magney, R Cheng, AJ Maguire, CYS Wong, MF Nehemy, ...
BioScience 74 (3), 130-145, 2024
22024
Tracking canopy chlorophyll fluorescence with a low-cost light emitting diode platform
LEG Brissette, CYS Wong, DP McHugh, J Au, EL Orcutt, MC Klein, ...
AoB PLANTS 15 (5), plad069, 2023
12023
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