USA NPN National Phenology Network

Taking the Pulse of Our Planet

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The Freshwater Society has highlighted the USA-NPN in their 2010 and 2011 Minnesota Weatherguide Environment calendars.

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Students use Nature's Notebook as part of a 200 level research class. 

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Master Watershed Stewards are monitoring stream and watershed health.

GBBO is using Nature's Notebook to collect plant phenology information to supplement their long-term bird monitoring.

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Great Bay NERR is having volunteers observe with Nature's Notebook to serve as an outreach and volunteer engagement in monitoring program and to get their community involved in seeing real-time affects of climate change in the surrounding environment. The will be monitoring Blackgum, Sugar maple, Phragmites, Red-winged Blackbird, Osprey, Northern Spicebush, American Toad, Bald Eagle, Mallard Duck, and American Black Duck, all of which are marked or found within the surrounding area of the Discovery Center on Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Greenland, NH.

The Great Sunflower Project was started in 2007 at San Francisco State University. Great Sunflower Project observers are documenting the life cycle events of sunflowers. These observations will be archived in the national phenology database maintained by the USA-NPN.

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Subgroup of the Central Arizona Phenology Trail.

This middle school class, Team 7-0 Naturalists, in Pensylvannia is using Nature's Notebook for phenology observations.

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