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Workshops, Presentations, and Events held by the USA-NPN NCO and our collaborators are listed below. Click on the workshop title for more information, including agendas and slides.
|RMSSN Summer Academy 2011||05/17/2011||
A workshop at the Rocky Mountain Science and Sustainability Network's Summer Academy, for college student participants heading to summer internships in parks, refuges and other programs across the country, given by Alyssa Rosemartin and Erin Posthumus.
|The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting Workshop||10/02/2010||
Jake Weltzin and Alyssa Rosemartin led this half day workshop for participants in the 2010 Wildlife Society Annual Meeeting in Snowbird Utah.
|Observing Plant and Animal Phenology||05/19/2010||
Jake Weltzin & Alyssa Rosemartin gave this workshop to 26 college students as part of the Rocky Mountain Science and Sustainablity Network's Summer Academy. Participants were heading for a summer internships in parks, refuges and other programs across the country.
|Planting the Seed for Citizen Science: Climate Change & Phenology Workshop||10/01/2009||
Brian Haggerty and Susan Mazer organized this series of workshops for teachers and nature center educators in the summer and fall of 2009.
|The USA-NPN: ESA 2009 Workshop||08/05/2009||
NCO Staff gave this presentation with breakout groups at the ESA 2009 Meeting.
|Florida Phenology Workshop||05/13/2009||
George R. Kish led a workshop for developing protocols, species lists, data portals, and a strategy for building a Florida-wide network for plant and animal phenology in Gainesville, Florida on May 13, 2009.
|Adolfo Camarillo High School||
|Adult One-time Datasheet version 1||
These editable datasheets are suitable for groups hosting one-time adult workshops. Species phenophases can be cut and pasted from the original datasheets in Nature's Notebook using a "screencap" function, and dropped into the space on the right-hand side Read More »
|Nature's Notebook at Barataria Preserve 2011 Workshop||
Jake Weltzin & Carolyn Enquist present Nature's Notebook at the Barataria Reserve in Lousiana.
|The USA National Phenology Network's National Phenology Database: A Multi-taxa, Continental-scale Dataset for Scientific Inquiry||
The National Phenology Database, maintained by the USA-NPN, is experiencing steady growth in the number of data records it houses. By the end of CY 2012, professional and volunteer participants in the USA-NPN national-scale, multi-taxa phenology observation program Nature's Notebook had Read More »