1. Dai Junhu*, Mengyao Zhu, Huanjiong Wang, Quansheng Ge. 2018. Phenophase shifts across elevations on major mountains in North China. Regional Problems(Russian Federation). 21(3(1)): 82-88
2. Wang Li, Yu Haiying, Zhang Qiang*, Xu Yunjia, Tao Zexing, Alatalo Juha, Dai Junhu*. 2018. Responses of aboveground biomass of alpine grasslands to climate changes on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 28(12): 1953-1964.
3. Alessandro Ferrarini,Mohammed Alsafran, Junhu Dai, Juha Alatalo. 2018. Improving niche projections of plant species under climate change: Silene acaulis on the British Isles as a case study. Climate Dynamics. DOI: 10.1007/s00382-018-4200-9.
4. Dai Junhu*, Xu Yunjia, Wang Huanjiong, Alatalo Juha, Tao Zexing, Ge Quansheng. 2017. Variations in the temperature sensitivity of spring leaf phenology from 1978 to 2014 in Mudanjiang, China. International Journal of Biometeorology. DOI: 10.1007/s00484-017-1489-8
5. Tao Zexing, Wang Huanjiong, Dai Junhu⁎, Alatalo Juha, Ge Quansheng⁎. Modeling spatiotemporal variations in leaf coloring date of three tree species across China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.10.034
6. Wang Huanjiong, Zhong, S., Tao Z., Dai Junhu*. and Ge Quansheng*, 2017. Changes in flowering phenology of woody plants from 1963 to 2014 in North China. International Journal of Biometeorology. doi:10.1007/s00484-017-1377-2.
7. Tao Zexing, Wang Huanjiong, Liu Yachen, Xu Yunjia, and Dai Junhu*. 2017. Phenological response of different vegetation types to temperature and precipitation variations in northern China during 1982–2012. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 38，11，3236-3252.
8. Wang Huanjiong，Rutishauser This, Tao Zexing，Zhong Shuying, Ge Quansheng*, Dai Junhu*. 2017. Impacts of global warming on phenology of spring leaf unfolding remain stable in the long run. International Journal of Biometeorology. 61，2，287-292.
9. Wu Wenxiang, Dai Junhu, Zhou Yang, and Ge Quansheng. 2017. Comment on “Outburst flood at 1920 BCE supports historicity of China’s Great Flood and the Xia dynasty”. Science, 355, 1382-1382
10. Ge Q, Dai Junhu, Cui H, Wang H. Spatiotemporal variability in start and end of growing season in China related to climate variability. Remote Sensing, 2016, 8: 433.
11. Liu Y, Dai Junhu*, Wang H, et al. Phenological records in Guanzhong Area in central China between 600 and 902 AD as proxy for winter half-year temperature reconstruction, 2016, SCIENCE CHINA Earth Sciences. 59(9): 1847-1853.
12. Zheng F, Tao Z, Liu Y, Xu Y, Dai Junhu*, Ge Q*. Variation of main phenophases in phenological calendar in East China and their response to climate change. Advances in Meteorology, 2016, 2016: 1-8.
13. Wang H, Dai J, Zheng J, Ge Q. 2015. Temperature sensitivity of plant phenology in temperate and subtropical regions of China from 1850 to 2009. International Journal of Climatology. 35:913-922
14. Wang H, Ge Q, Dai J*, Tao Z. 2015. Geographical pattern in first bloom variability and its relation to temperature sensitivity in the USA and China. International Journal of Biometeorology. 59:961-969
15. Wang H, Ge Q, Rutishauser T, Dai Y, Dai J*. 2015. Parameterization of temperature sensitivity of spring phenology and its application in explaining diverse phenological responses to temperature change. Scientific Reports. 5: 8833 (6 pages)
16. Ge Q, Wang H, Rutishauser T, Dai J*. 2015. Phenological response to climate change in China: a meta-analysis. Global Change Biology. 21:265-274.
17. Tao Z, Ge Q, Wang H, Dai J*. 2015. Phenological basis of determining tourism seasons for ornamental plants in central and eastern China. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 25(11) :1343-1356.
18. Dai Junhu, Wang Huanjiong, and Ge Quansheng*. 2014. Characteristics of Spring Phenological Changes in China over the Past 50 Years. Advances in Meteorology. Article ID 843568, 8 pages. doi:10.1155/2014/843568.
19. Huanjiong Wang, Junhu Dai, Jingyun Zheng and Quansheng Ge*. 2014. Temperature sensitivity of plant phenology in temperate and subtropical regions of China from 1850 to 2009.International Journal of Climatology. 35(6): 913–922.
20. Huanjiong Wang, Junhu Dai*, and Quansheng Ge*. 2014. Comparison of Satellite and Ground-Based Phenology in China’s Temperate Monsoon Area. Advances in Meteorology. Article ID 474876, 10 pages. doi:10.1155/2014/474876.
21. Ge Quansheng, Wang Huanjiong*, Zheng Jingyun, This Rutishauser, and Dai Junhu*. 2014. A 170-year spring phenogy index of plants in eastern China. Journal of Geophysical Research (Biogeosciences). 119(4): 301-311.
22. Dai Junhu, Wang Huanjiong, and Ge Quansheng. 2014. The spatial pattern of leaf phenology and its response to climate change in China. International Journal of Biometeorology. 58(4): 521-528.
23. Ge Quansheng, Wang Huanjiong, and Dai Junhu*. 2014. Simulating changes in the leaf unfolding time of 20 plant species in China over the twenty-first century. International Journal of Biometeorology. 58(4): 473-484.
24. Guo Liang, Dai Junhu, Ranjitkar Sailesh, Yu Haiying, Xu Jianchu, and Luedeling Eike. 2014. Chilling and heat requirements for flowering in temperate fruit trees. International Journal of Biometeorology. 58(6): 1195-1206.
25. Ge Quansheng, Wang Huanjiong, Dai Junhu*. Shifts in spring phenophases, frost events and frost risks for woody plants in temperate China. Climate Research. 2013, 57: 249-258(DOI: 10.3354/cr01182.)
26. Dai Junhu, Wang Huanjiong, and Ge Quansheng. 2013. Multiple phenological responses to climate change among 42 plant species in Xi'an, China. International Journal of Biometeorology. 57: 749-758.
27. Dai Junhu*, Ge Quansheng, Xiao Shufang, Wang Mengmai, et al. 2009. Wet-dry changes in the borderland of Shaanxi, Gansu and Ningxia from 1208 to 1369 based on historical records. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 19(6): 750-764.
28. Ge Qusheng, Dai Junhu*, Zheng Jingyun et al. 2011. Advances in first bloom dates and increased occurrences of yearly second blooms in eastern China since the 1960s: further phenological evidence of climate warming. Ecological Research. 26(4): 713-723.
29. Ge Quansheng, Dai Junhu*, He Fanneng et al. 2008. Land use changes and their relations with carbon cycles over the past 300a in China. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences. 51(6): 871-884.
30. Dai Junhu, Wang Huanjiong and Ge Quansheng. 2013. The decreasing spring frost risks during the flowering period for woody plants in temperate area of eastern China over past 50 years. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 23(4): 641-652.
31. Wang Huanjiong, Dai Junhu*, Ge Quansheng. 2012. The spatiotemporal characteristics of spring phenophase changes of Fraxinus chinensis in China from 1952 to 2007. Science China Earth Sciences (Science in China: Series D Earth Sciences). 55(6): 991-1000.
32. Bai Jie, Quansheng Ge, and Dai Junhu*, 2011: The response of first flowering dates to abrupt climate change in Beijing. Adv. Atmos. Sci. 28(3): 564-572.
33. Ge Quansheng, Dai Junhu*. 2005. Farming and forestry land use changes in China and their driving forces from 1900 to 1980. Science in China Series D-Earth Sciences. 48(10): 1747-1757.
34. Ge Quansheng, Dai Junhu*, He Fanneng et al. 2004. Spatiotemporal dynamics of reclamation and cultivation and its driving factors in parts of China during the last three centuries. Progress in Natural Science. 14(7): 605-608.
35. Guo Liang, Dai Junhu, Ranjitkar Sailesh, Xu Jianchu, Luedeling Eike. 2013. Response of chestnut phenology in China to climate variation and change. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 180: 164-172.
36. Ge Quansheng, Dai Junhu, Liu Jun, and Zhong Shuying. 2013. The effect of climate change on the fall foliage vacation in China. Tourism Management. 38: 80-84.
37. Luedeling Eike, Guo Liang, Dai Junhu, Leslie Charles & Blanke Michael M. 2013. Differential responses of trees to temperature variation during the chilling and forcing phases. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 181: 33-42.
38. Zhang Xuezhen, Dai Junhu, Ge Quansheng. 2013. Variation in vegetation greenness in spring across eastern China during 1982–2006. Journal of Geographical Sciences. 2013, 23(1): 45-56.