USA NPN National Phenology Network

Taking the Pulse of Our Planet

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Working Groups

The USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN) Research Coordination Network (RCN) supports active communication and collaboration to promote the use of phenology as a tool to understand, mitigate and adapt to environmental variation and climate change. To meet the goals and objectives of the RCN, and as part of the implementation plan for the USA-NPN, we have created a number of working groups that meet on an as-needed basis.

NPN Working Groups and Contacts

Citizen Science & Education Susan Mazer, University of California Santa Barbara; Carol Brewer, University of Montana; Kay Havens, Chicago Botanical Gardens; Sandra Henderson, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

Land Surface Phenology & Remote Sensing Bradley Reed, US Geological Survey; Jeff Morisette, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center; Geoff Henebry, South Dakota State University

Cyberinfrastructure Bruce Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Species & Protocols Julio Betancourt, US Geological Survey; Kathy Goodin, NatureServe