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USGS Feb 20
is the study of plant and animal life cycles in relation to the seasons. The Phenology Viewer provides a dynamic online map interface that can be used to view USGS Remote Sensing Phenology and other datasets.
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Kristin Gjerdset 6h
Red wing singing!!! I thought for sure it was just wishful thinking but here he is. Sorry for the quality w/the freeway noise & an iPhone, plus I did not want to get too close.Earliest I’ve ever seen one.
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Theresa Crimmins 6h
Signs of spring at my house abound! Grapefruit tree is covered in flower buds, crane flies everywhere, pomegranate is flowering, and woodpeckers are hammering away at the house again!
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Remote Sensing MDPI 12h
Mega-Crown Turnover from Space by Emma R. Bush, Edward T. A. Mitchard et al. πŸ‘‰
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Judith Garforth Feb 24
Here's a recent paper investigating the of coltsfoot flowering for anyone interested in the science behind this week's : RMetS Journals
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Minnesota Forestry 8h
DYK, alternating freeze and thaw (40s) temperatures are needed to make sap flow when a tree is tapped? We're almost there!! Learn more:
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Mike Benard Feb 26
This morning & I caught our first two Ambystoma of 2020! This is still early in the migration; at peak breeding some years we catch dozens to hundreds of salamanders per pond. These are both unisexual female Ambystoma. Go !
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Remote Sensing MDPI 11h
and Minimum are Primary Controls of Autumn on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau by Shuai An, Xiaoqiu Chen et al. πŸ‘‰
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Desiree L. Narango, PhD Feb 27
Cornus Mas flowering today in MA! It's usually the 1st tree I notice but WOW I didn't report it until April 4th last year. Our soil is soaked w/precipitation & it's 40 degrees in Amherst. Looks like plants are waking up early this year. (photo from wikimedia commons)
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Graham Appleton Feb 22
"To migrate or not to migrate?", that is the question. Colour-rings and isotopes reveal fascinating answers, in new paper summarised here:
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Woodland Trust🌳 Feb 27
Rising temperatures mean that is changing. Become a recorder today and this February by helping us to monitor
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Agnes Olin Feb 26
~~ session ~~ If you study the timing of migration/breeding/moulting - or anything might have on their schedule - join this session by choosing as the first keyword during abstract submission Submission & info:
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David Howdon Feb 22
My first flowering Wood Anemone at Wood this year.
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SPOTTERON Feb 25
Observing changes in nature is important for our understanding of the impact of on the environment. In the "Nature's Calender" App on , users can contribute observation & join the community! Get the app @
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Dr Karen Joyce Feb 25
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Team PhenoFly Feb 26
New paper from Gregor: multi image / is suited for , viewing geometry interacts with canopy structure, time of day and influence the results.
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𝑹 𝑯𝒐𝒓𝒕𝒐𝒏 Feb 25
In the bud bursting race amongst hawthorns the winners are: πŸ₯‡C. ambigua πŸ₯ˆC. pinnatifida var. major πŸ₯‰C. holmesiana - with C. mollis close behind. Today's photos.
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BSBI Feb 21
If you love (who doesn't!?) & you are one of the 1,714 people who took part in last month, we think you will also love ! Here Judith from tells us more about the project & about :
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Patrick Anderson Feb 26
blooming in yesterday. 102 for the year so far.
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Theresa Crimmins Feb 25
Mild Winter Could Mean Trouble For Maryland's Bee Population
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