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Nature Boy: The Wonder of Roy Lukes - Door County Pulse

Phenology in the News - Thu, 05/05/2016 - 22:04

Door County Pulse

Nature Boy: The Wonder of Roy Lukes
Door County Pulse
Each day Roy and Charlotte record detailed notes of their observations of the world around them in their daily nature phenology cards, creating an invaluable reference guide to document how the environment of Door County is evolving. Before the ...

Bits and Pieces… Raccoon River Watershed Phenology Calendar 2016 - Dallas County News

Phenology in the News - Thu, 05/05/2016 - 08:23

Dallas County News

Bits and Pieces… Raccoon River Watershed Phenology Calendar 2016
Dallas County News
I recently attended a meeting of the Raccoon River Watershed Association and found it highly informative and interesting. I attended 2 of the presentations, one on Raccoon watershed birds and the other on the 2016 phenology calendar put together by Lee ...

Does Klingon belong to everyone? “It's a language — the whole point is to use it!” - Salon

Phenology in the News - Wed, 05/04/2016 - 14:07

Salon

Does Klingon belong to everyone? “It's a language — the whole point is to use it!”
Salon
A language is basically three things — a sound system or a phenology, a series of atoms. You need the grammar — how the things built up into words relate to each other. And you need the tokens and spells lexicon. To give you a sense of how long this ...

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Join Our Mailing List - Leader-Telegram

Phenology in the News - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 22:09

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Leader-Telegram
Phenology Hike for Elder Explorers,” 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, May 12, Beaver Creek Reserve, S1 Highway K, Fall Creek. Hike with a naturalist to learn about the changes taking place in the Beaver Creek woods. Hike followed by coffee, a treat and further ...

West central Michigan small fruit regional report – May 3, 2016 - Michigan State University Extension

Phenology in the News - Tue, 05/03/2016 - 10:33

West central Michigan small fruit regional report – May 3, 2016
Michigan State University Extension
As soon as the weather warms up, cherry fruitworm and cranberry fruitworm will start emerging from diapause. Thus, according to our phenology models (see table), we expect the first cherry fruitworm adult emergence in the Grand Junction, Michigan, area ...

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Stone: Beware the false morels - Appleton Post Crescent (blog)

Phenology in the News - Mon, 05/02/2016 - 15:09

Appleton Post Crescent (blog)

Stone: Beware the false morels
Appleton Post Crescent (blog)
For over 45 years, the Cable Natural History Museum has served to connect you to the Northwoods. Come visit us in Cable, WI! Our new phenology exhibit: “Nature's Calendar: Signs of the Seasons” is now open. Find us on the web at www.cablemuseum.org ...

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Bringing Cycles to Light - Chronogram

Phenology in the News - Sat, 04/30/2016 - 22:08

Chronogram

Bringing Cycles to Light
Chronogram
The Hudson Valley is a place where creativity and ecology have always converged to make things happen, so it's no surprise that this region is a hotbed for phenology. In fact, Hudson Valley citizen scientists are collecting the most phenology data in ...

Blundering Gardener: Gardening convinced me of climate change - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Phenology in the News - Sat, 04/30/2016 - 09:49

TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Blundering Gardener: Gardening convinced me of climate change
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Speaking of leaf-out, I've become fascinated with phenology. That's the study of how trees and shrubs respond to signs that spring is here. Day length plays a big role, but an even more important signal to plants is temperature. That's why a warm ...

Colours missing from city as flowers on trees wither due to heat - Deccan Herald

Phenology in the News - Fri, 04/29/2016 - 13:09

Colours missing from city as flowers on trees wither due to heat
Deccan Herald
Slight variation in temperature is a critical factor controlling the phenology of Tabebuia flowers which bloom. The yellow and purple flowers on Bengaluru's avenue trees are now withering due to the intense summer heat this year. Tabebuia trees, which ...

Northeast Michigan field crop regional report – April 28, 2016 - Michigan State University Extension

Phenology in the News - Thu, 04/28/2016 - 09:54

Michigan State University Extension

Northeast Michigan field crop regional report – April 28, 2016
Michigan State University Extension
Presque Isle County Michigan State University Extension will begin participating in the National Phenology Network, using a unique lilac clone to track GDD accumulation and the advance of spring each year beginning in 2017. The plants arrived at our ...

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Celebrate native plants at show, sale - Eureka Times Standard

Phenology in the News - Wed, 04/27/2016 - 15:43

Eureka Times Standard

Celebrate native plants at show, sale
Eureka Times Standard
The scientific term for these climate related changes in plants is phenology, and it is a fascinating science. A phenology table, staffed by botany graduate student Ashley Kammet and assistants, will in place April 30 and May 1. A presentation by Adam ...

Thanks to Bears, Cherry Trees Might Be Able to Cope With Global Warming - The Science Explorer

Phenology in the News - Wed, 04/27/2016 - 13:43

The Science Explorer

Thanks to Bears, Cherry Trees Might Be Able to Cope With Global Warming
The Science Explorer
"We show that bears disperse seeds toward mountaintops, probably because bears climb mountains following the spring plant phenology, proceeding from the foot to the top of mountains," first author Shoji Naoe of the Forestry and Forest Products Research ...

West central Michigan small fruit regional report – April 26, 2016 - Michigan State University Extension

Phenology in the News - Tue, 04/26/2016 - 19:46

West central Michigan small fruit regional report – April 26, 2016
Michigan State University Extension
The same can be said for the blueberry plant phenology. In 2015, cherry fruitworm and cranberry fruitworm appeared in Allegan and Ottawa counties between the last week of May and the first week of June. This delayed emergence was the effect of winter ...

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Stone: Queen bees of spring - Appleton Post Crescent (blog)

Phenology in the News - Tue, 04/26/2016 - 15:21

Appleton Post Crescent (blog)

Stone: Queen bees of spring
Appleton Post Crescent (blog)
They are truly the queens of spring. For over 45 years, the Cable Natural History Museum has served to connect you to the Northwoods. Come visit us in Cable, WI! Our new phenology exhibit: “Nature's Calendar: Signs of the Seasons” will open May 1, 2016.

DAVIS COLUMN: Nature beginning to provide - Portage Daily Register

Phenology in the News - Tue, 04/26/2016 - 11:09

Portage Daily Register

DAVIS COLUMN: Nature beginning to provide
Portage Daily Register
When hunting for morels, and other edibles, notice the surrounding phenology of what's in bloom. This will help next year to time the emergence of mushrooms. Tree buds are popping. Some are leaf buds, others are flower buds. Some look to have one type ...

Being mindful of the Earth - Moose Jaw Times-Herald

Phenology in the News - Mon, 04/25/2016 - 12:59

Being mindful of the Earth
Moose Jaw Times-Herald
We need to understand how a system operates under unperturbed conditions and then consider how climate change-driven impacts are changing the foundation by which those species operate—things like the phenology within an ecosystem, resource ...

Being mindful of the Earth - Moose Jaw Times-Herald

Phenology in the News - Mon, 04/25/2016 - 12:53

Being mindful of the Earth
Moose Jaw Times-Herald
We need to understand how a system operates under unperturbed conditions and then consider how climate change-driven impacts are changing the foundation by which those species operate—things like the phenology within an ecosystem, resource ...

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Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming? - Science Daily

Phenology in the News - Mon, 04/25/2016 - 12:15

Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming?
Science Daily
"We show that bears disperse seeds toward mountaintops, probably because bears climb mountains following the spring plant phenology, proceeding from the foot to the top of mountains," Naoe says. The dispersal distance of the seeds was considered to be ...

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Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming? - Phys.Org

Phenology in the News - Mon, 04/25/2016 - 09:35

Phys.Org

Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming?
Phys.Org
"We show that bears disperse seeds toward mountaintops, probably because bears climb mountains following the spring plant phenology, proceeding from the foot to the top of mountains," Naoe says. The dispersal distance of the seeds was considered to be ...

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Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming? - EurekAlert (press release)

Phenology in the News - Mon, 04/25/2016 - 09:03

EurekAlert (press release)

Can mountain-climbing bears rescue cherry trees from global warming?
EurekAlert (press release)
"We show that bears disperse seeds toward mountaintops, probably because bears climb mountains following the spring plant phenology, proceeding from the foot to the top of mountains," Naoe says. The dispersal distance of the seeds was considered to be ...

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