Christopher YS Wong
Christopher YS Wong
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Three causes of variation in the photochemical reflectance index (PRI) in evergreen conifers
CYS Wong, JA Gamon
New Phytologist 206 (1), 187-195, 2015
1082015
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
972016
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
832015
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), 2015
662015
Retrieval of the photochemical reflectance index for assessing xanthophyll cycle activity: a comparison of near-surface optical sensors.
A Harris, J Gamon, GZ Pastorello, C Wong
Biogeosciences Discussions 11 (8), 2014
272014
Monitoring grassland seasonal carbon dynamics, by integrating MODIS NDVI, proximal optical sampling, and eddy covariance measurements
E Nestola, C Calfapietra, CA Emmerton, C Wong, DR Thayer, JA Gamon
Remote Sensing 8 (3), 260, 2016
262016
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
212015
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
52019
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
12020
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, 2020
2020
Understanding Seasonal Dynamics of the Photo-Protective Xanthophyll Cycle Improves Remote Detection of Photosynthetic Phenology in Deciduous Trees and Evergreen Conifers
I Ensminger, CY Wong, LV Junker, Y Bathena, MA Arain, P D'Odorico
AGUFM 2017, B33H-02, 2017
2017
Upscaling from leaf to canopy chlorophyll/carotenoid pigment based vegetation indices reveal phenology of photosynthesis in temperate evergreen and deciduous trees
CY Wong, Y Bhathena, MA Arain, I Ensminger
AGUFM 2017, B31D-2029, 2017
2017
Application of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) for phenotypic mapping of white spruce genotypes along environmental gradients
P D'Odorico, CY Wong, A Besik, E Earon, N Isabel, I Ensminger
AGUFM 2017, NH31A-0210, 2017
2017
Monitoring phenology of photosynthesis in temperate evergreen and mixed deciduous forests using the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) and the photochemical …
CY Wong, MA Arain, I Ensminger
AGUFM 2016, B43B-0583, 2016
2016
Monitoring Spring Recovery of Photosynthesis and Spectral Reflectance in Temperate Evergreen and Mixed Deciduous Forests
CY Wong, MA Arain, I Ensminger
AGUFM 2015, B43D-0599, 2015
2015
Seasonal photosynthetic activity in evergreen conifer leaves monitored with spectral reflectance
CYS Wong
2014
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