PubTalk 3/2010 — Changing Times-- A Changing Planet!
Using phenology to take the pulse of our planet
By Jake F. Weltzin, Executive Director, USA National Phenology Network
- Citizens, scientists and natural resources managers are teaming-up to track biological events and cycles responding to changing climate
- Phenology is providing new insights into seasonal changes in response to global cliamte conditions
- Scientists need phenology data to better understand the delicate interaction between plants and animals, climate change, and future environmental health/li>
- Learn about the new animal monitoring system and how to participate in exciting USA-NPN activities