USA NPN National Phenology Network

Taking the Pulse of Our Planet

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USA-NPN Fact Sheet
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Communication Standards

  • USA-NPN (not NPN alone) is the abbreviation.
  • “Taking the Pulse of Our Planet” (not ‘the Planet’) is our tag line.
  • Phenology is the study of the seasonal plant and animal life cycle events, including the flowering of plants, ripening of fruit, the emergence of insects, and migration of birds.
  • In general, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS, www.usgs.gov) should be credited for the USA-NPN. Several institutions and agencies are involved in particular projects – ask our media contacts whom to credit for a particular effort.

 

Media Contacts

Jake Weltzin
Executive Director
(520) 626-3821
jweltzin@usgs.gov

Theresa Crimmins
Assistant Director
Theresa@usanpn.org


 

Press Releases

Interior Secretary Jewell Announces Study Showing Spring Starting Earlier in National Parks

October 6, 2016

First White House Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science event highlights exemplary University of Arizona-based program

October 8, 2015

Expanding the reach of environmental research with Citizen Science

September 30, 2015

Valle de Oro NWR Partners with USGS & USA National Phenology Network for Pilot Project

January 31, 2014

Spring 2012 Earliest on Record

May 14, 2013

Tucson Phenology Trail - Phenology Day, April 20, 2013

March 28, 2013

USA-NPN Reaches 1 Millionth Observation Record

May 3, 2012