Phenology in the News

Grain in Ear: A seasonal dish at the beginning of midsummer - ecns

Phenology in the News - Wed, 06/05/2019 - 6:21pm
Grain in Ear: A seasonal dish at the beginning of midsummer  ecnsThe Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. The Grain in Ear, also known as Mangzhong, the ninth solar term, begins on June 6 this year.
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St. Charles County's event calendar for the week of June 5 - STLtoday.com

Phenology in the News - Tue, 06/04/2019 - 11:15pm
St. Charles County's event calendar for the week of June 5  STLtoday.comEVENTS. • Celebrate the life of one of Missouri's greatest frontiersmen at National Boone Day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 7, at The Historic Daniel Boone Home, ...
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UNH Study: Slower Warming Trend Stabilizes Seasonal Change - New Hampshire Public Radio

Phenology in the News - Tue, 06/04/2019 - 11:08am
UNH Study: Slower Warming Trend Stabilizes Seasonal Change  New Hampshire Public RadioA first-of-its-kind study from UNH shows that slower rates of global warming can make seasonal change more predictable. The study looked at the period.
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Columbus bound - Nursery Management

Phenology in the News - Tue, 06/04/2019 - 1:00am
Columbus bound  Nursery ManagementThere are lessons to be learned, products to be marketed and connections to be made at Cultivate'19.
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Climate Change Forcing North Atlantic Right Whales to Search for Food - WCAI

Phenology in the News - Mon, 06/03/2019 - 8:08pm
Climate Change Forcing North Atlantic Right Whales to Search for Food  WCAINorth Atlantic right whales are critically endangered, with just over 400 individuals left, and their numbers declining. The leading causes of death are.
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People Love Their Milwaukee County Parks, But Some Worry About Pesticides Being In Them - WUWM

Phenology in the News - Mon, 06/03/2019 - 3:11pm
People Love Their Milwaukee County Parks, But Some Worry About Pesticides Being In Them  WUWMMilwaukee County is home to more than 15000 acres of parkland. Keeping those spaces green and healthy is daunting, especially as funding diminishes and.
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Slowdown in Earth's temps stabilized nature's calendar - Science Daily

Phenology in the News - Mon, 06/03/2019 - 1:42pm
Slowdown in Earth's temps stabilized nature's calendar  Science DailyWhen the rate of the Earth's air temperature slows down for a significant amount of time, so can phenology.
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Researchers find slowdown in Earth's temps stabilized nature's calendar - Phys.org

Phenology in the News - Mon, 06/03/2019 - 10:17am
Researchers find slowdown in Earth's temps stabilized nature's calendar  Phys.orgCredit: CC0 Public Domain Sometimes referred to as nature's calendar, phenology looks at the seasonal life cycle of plants and animals and is one of the leading indicators of climate change. It's the observance of natural occurrences like the first formation of buds and flowers in the spring and the changing colors of leaves in the fall. According to researchers at the University of New Hampshire, when the rate of the Earth's air temperature slows down for a significant amount of time, so can phenology. In a study, recently published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers focused...
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Leveraging Data to Weather the Storms - wineindustryadvisor.com

Phenology in the News - Mon, 06/03/2019 - 5:30am
Leveraging Data to Weather the Storms  wineindustryadvisor.comIn May of this year, vineyards covering thousands of acres across California found themselves at the mercy of mother nature once again, leaving the fate of the ...
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Sarah Browning: Time to track down bagworms | Home and Garden - Lincoln Journal Star

Phenology in the News - Sun, 06/02/2019 - 8:00am
Sarah Browning: Time to track down bagworms | Home and Garden  Lincoln Journal StarIf your landscape has a history of bagworm problems, it's time to start looking for them.
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Ask Us: Headless rabbit, guinea fowl survived long winter - Mankato Free Press

Phenology in the News - Sat, 06/01/2019 - 5:30pm
Ask Us: Headless rabbit, guinea fowl survived long winter  Mankato Free PressQ: Hey, Ask Us Guy: I spotted the corpse of a decapitated rabbit lying in front of a front door the other morning, and obviously my first thought was that the curator ...
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Rocky Mountain National Park seeks citizen scientist help at Lily Lake - Loveland Reporter-Herald

Phenology in the News - Sat, 06/01/2019 - 12:33pm
Rocky Mountain National Park seeks citizen scientist help at Lily Lake  Loveland Reporter-HeraldThe public can help Rocky Mountain National Park with scientific research when walking around Lily Lake. “The Lily Lake Phenology Walk allows visitors to ...
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Become a citizen scientist at Lily Lake - Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Phenology in the News - Sat, 06/01/2019 - 1:00am
Become a citizen scientist at Lily Lake  Estes Park Trail-GazetteRocky Mountain National Park is putting out the call for nature walkers to help document conditions at Lily Lake. Using a smartphone or tablet with an internet ...
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Invasive flowering species might overpower native ones because of warming climates - ZME Science

Phenology in the News - Fri, 05/31/2019 - 5:15pm
Invasive flowering species might overpower native ones because of warming climates  ZME ScienceInvasive plants species might be more resistant to climate change than native ones, reports a new study on Midwest blooming flowers. Flowers. Image via ...
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An illustrated guide to the signs of Minnesota summer - MinnPost

Phenology in the News - Fri, 05/31/2019 - 1:04pm
An illustrated guide to the signs of Minnesota summer  MinnPostThis year, Minnesotans suffered more than the usual amount of winter indignities, including, but not limited to, double-digit subzero temperatures and ...
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Geography professor adds art to classes - Vermont Cynic

Phenology in the News - Fri, 05/31/2019 - 8:05am
Geography professor adds art to classes  Vermont CynicAs climate change becomes an increasing social and political concern, students are turning to art to provide context that science alone can't provide. At UVM ...
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Weekly Digest (May 27-31, 2019): Top Weather, Environment and Science Stories of the Week - The Weather Channel

Phenology in the News - Fri, 05/31/2019 - 5:46am
Weekly Digest (May 27-31, 2019): Top Weather, Environment and Science Stories of the Week  The Weather ChannelHere's a quick recap of the top weather, environment and science stories of the week. Monsoon Receives *Fresh* Push, But Onset Still Expected Between June 5- ...
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Native plant species may be at greater risk from climate change than non-natives - Science Daily

Phenology in the News - Fri, 05/31/2019 - 1:00am
Native plant species may be at greater risk from climate change than non-natives  Science DailyWarming temperatures affect native and non-native flowering plants differently, which could change the look of local landscapes over time, according to new ...
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It's show time at the library: Summer reading program begins June 3 - Cook County News Herald

Phenology in the News - Fri, 05/31/2019 - 1:00am
It's show time at the library: Summer reading program begins June 3  Cook County News HeraldSign-ups for the Grand Marais Public Library's summer reading program, “It's Showtime at Your Library,” begin on Monday, June 3. Kids ages zero to 18 can ...
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Don Franklin - The Conversation AU

Phenology in the News - Thu, 05/30/2019 - 11:36pm
Don Franklin  The Conversation AUMy research interest is in wildlife ecology. Within this discipline, my interests are broad with particular emphasis on the ecology and conservation biology of birds ...
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