Publisher’s announcement

    The publisher and the editor-in-chief of International Journal of Biometeorology would like to inform their readers that the March issue publishes contributions for two special issues. The titles of the special issues, names of the guest editors, and articles concerned are listed below.

    Special issue on ‘Phenology 2018’, guest editor Marie R, Keatley

    Supplement foreword Phenology 2018: One planet, two hemispheres, many regions Marie Keatley DOI

    Temperate deciduous shrub phenology: the overlooked forest layer Alison Donnelly DOI

    Varying temperature sensitivity of bud-burst date at different temperature conditions Huanjiong Wang DOI

    The within-population variability of leaf spring and autumn phenology is influenced by temperature in temperate deciduous trees Nicolas Delpierre DOI

    Long-term standardized forest phenology in Sweden: a climate change indicator Ola Langvall DOI

    Comparison of chilling and heat requirements for leaf unfolding in deciduous woody species in temperate and subtropical China Junhu Dai DOI

    Special issue on ‘Indoor Biometeorology’, guest editor Adam J. Kalkstein

    Foreword: Indoor and workplace biometeorology Adam Kalkstein DOI

    Potential overall heat exposure reduction associated with implementation of heat mitigation strategies in Los Angeles D. Sailor DOI

    Analysis of indoor human thermal comfort in Pelotas municipality, extreme southern Brazil Anderson Nedel DOI

    Air pollution and occupational accidents in the Community of Madrid, Spain Ana Santurtún DOI

    Social dynamics in an isolated, confined, and extreme workplace Richard Wolak DOI

    Scott C. Sheridan


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    Publisher’s announcement. Int J Biometeorol 65, 337 (2021).

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