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Fossil Friday Roundup: November 9, 2018 - PLoS Blogs (blog)

Phenology in the News - Fri, 11/09/2018 - 7:10am
PLoS Blogs (blog)Fossil Friday Roundup: November 9, 2018PLoS Blogs (blog)... The putative lissamphibian stem-group: phylogeny and evolution of the dissorophoid temnospondyls (Journal of Paleontology); Amphibian life history in a temperate environment of the Mexican Plateau: dimorphism, phenology and trophic ecology of a ...
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Fossil Friday Roundup: November 9, 2018 | PLOS Paleo Community - PLoS Blogs

Phenology in the News - Fri, 11/09/2018 - 1:00am
Fossil Friday Roundup: November 9, 2018 | PLOS Paleo Community  PLoS BlogsFeatured Image: Changchunsaurus parvus, from Chen et al. (2018), CC-BY. Papers (All Open Access):. First U-Pb zircon ages for late Miocene Ashfall ...
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Is Fall Foliage Compromised Due To Climate Change? - The Good Men Project

Phenology in the News - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 4:57pm
The Good Men ProjectIs Fall Foliage Compromised Due To Climate Change?The Good Men ProjectA 2016 study by Chinese researchers and published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Global Change Biology found trees changing color (“phenology”) later than in recorded history across 70 percent of the study area (the Northern Hemisphere), ...and more »Google News
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Not just flu: 'Epidemic calendar' shows seasonality of 69 infectious diseases - Healio

Phenology in the News - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 12:45pm
Not just flu: 'Epidemic calendar' shows seasonality of 69 infectious diseasesHealioAccording to Martinez, four seasonal drivers can affect transmission dynamics: environmental factors, host behavior, host phenology and exogenous biotic factors. Environmental factors can influence transmission through the effect of climate conditions ...and more »
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Not just flu: 'Epidemic calendar' shows seasonality of 69 infectious diseases - Healio

Phenology in the News - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 1:00am
Not just flu: 'Epidemic calendar' shows seasonality of 69 infectious diseases  HealioInfluenza is not the only infectious disease with a season.Analyzing published data, Micaela E. Martinez, PhD, assistant professor of environmental health ...
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Tales for Tots: Gobble, gobble! - Youngstown Vindicator

Phenology in the News - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 1:00am
Tales for Tots: Gobble, gobble!  Youngstown VindicatorTales for Tots: Gobble, gobble! When: Friday, 10-11 a.m.. What: Join us as we discover wild turkeys through a story, hike and more. Where: Ford Nature Center, ...
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Is Fall Foliage Compromised Due To Climate Change? - The Good Men Project

Phenology in the News - Thu, 11/08/2018 - 1:00am
Is Fall Foliage Compromised Due To Climate Change?  The Good Men ProjectThe ways in which climate change can change the season shedding of leaves.
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Wolf Ridge Farm uses grant to create agro-calendar - Lake County News Chronicle

Phenology in the News - Wed, 11/07/2018 - 4:28am
Lake County News ChronicleWolf Ridge Farm uses grant to create agro-calendarLake County News ChronicleThe Wolf Ridge Farm recently received a Minnesota Department of Agriculture Sustainable Agriculture Demonstration Grant to develop an agro-phenological calendar for northeast Minnesota that will serve as a more reliable planting guide for farmers.
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ASU researchers use citizen science and social media to build flood information network - The State Press

Phenology in the News - Tue, 11/06/2018 - 8:36pm
The State PressASU researchers use citizen science and social media to build flood information networkThe State PressSimilarly modeled citizen science projects include CoCoRaHS, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the USA National Phenology Network, which is hosted out of the UA. According to Ruddell, if the IFSON is created successfully, it will serve as a tool for ...
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Adkins Arboretum receives Chesapeake Bay Trust mini grants - MyEasternShoreMD

Phenology in the News - Tue, 11/06/2018 - 9:30am
MyEasternShoreMDAdkins Arboretum receives Chesapeake Bay Trust mini grantsMyEasternShoreMDEarlier this year, corps member Blake Steiner created a citizen-scientist phenology program at the Arboretum. With support from a CBT Mini Grant, Steiner held two training workshops for volunteers interested in phenology, the study of cyclic and ...
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ASU researchers use citizen science and social media to build flood information network - The State Press

Phenology in the News - Tue, 11/06/2018 - 1:00am
ASU researchers use citizen science and social media to build flood information network  The State PressA cross-disciplinary team will employ citizen science and social media to solve urban flooding issues.
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Why Permaculture Puts Food First - Resilience

Phenology in the News - Mon, 11/05/2018 - 1:00am
Why Permaculture Puts Food First  ResiliencePermaculture is a regenerative design science. It teaches you to think ecosystemically: no waste; cyclical; nourishing body and soul; steady state.
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Warmer Temperatures Lengthen Growing Season, Increase Plants' Vulnerability to Frost - Newswise

Phenology in the News - Mon, 11/05/2018 - 1:00am
Warmer Temperatures Lengthen Growing Season, Increase Plants' Vulnerability to Frost  NewswiseCredit: Victor O. Leshyk. Results from the SPRUCE experiment in northern Minnesota show how experimental warming treatments in a boreal peatland forest ...
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BLANE KLEMEK OUTDOORS: Juncos are sure signs of the seasons - Bemidji Pioneer

Phenology in the News - Sun, 11/04/2018 - 8:05am
BLANE KLEMEK OUTDOORS: Juncos are sure signs of the seasonsBemidji PioneerThere exists a familiar feathered friend that all of us generally observe each spring and each fall, but normally never in between these two periods of time. A common looking bird, not very distinct looking, and not vociferous in any way. What this ...
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BLANE KLEMEK OUTDOORS: Juncos are sure signs of the seasons - Bemidji Pioneer

Phenology in the News - Sun, 11/04/2018 - 8:05am
BLANE KLEMEK OUTDOORS: Juncos are sure signs of the seasonsBemidji PioneerThere exists a familiar feathered friend that all of us generally observe each spring and each fall, but normally never in between these two periods of time. A common looking bird, not very distinct looking, and not vociferous in any way. What this ...
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Klemek Column - The junco: As delightful and welcoming a bird as they come - Crookston Daily Times

Phenology in the News - Fri, 11/02/2018 - 10:01am
Klemek Column - The junco: As delightful and welcoming a bird as they comeCrookston Daily TimesWhat this bird represents to most people with an eye to a calendar and is a student of phenology, is that the dark-eyed junco is an avian harbinger to be sure. In October and November, and in late winter-early spring, juncos converge on the Northland ...
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Activism through composition: creating music with data - ArtsHub

Phenology in the News - Thu, 11/01/2018 - 9:27pm
ArtsHubActivism through composition: creating music with dataArtsHubCreated in 2015 while Fine was an artist-in-resident in rural China, Leagues of Breaking Light was conceptualised using data from a newly completed study called Climate-driven change in Himalayan Rhododendron phenology by Dr Robbie Hart. The study ...
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