Janet Prevéy, Ph.D.

Janet Prevey is an ecologist at the Fort Collins Science Center, whose research focuses on how environmental changes affect phenology across different spatial and temporal scales.

Biography

My research focuses on phenology, the study of seasonal biological events. I utilize information from reciprocal transplant studies, manipulative experiments, community scientists, satellite imagery, and long-term monitoring plots to explore how environmental changes affect phenology across different spatial and temporal scales. I seek to understand how climatic conditions, genetic adaptations, and biotic interactions can differentially influence species’ phenological responses, and how these differences can ultimately determine community and ecosystem responses to environmental change.