USA-NPN and Ameriflux sites are working together to develop phenology monitoring protocols for individual plants at the ground level to be coupled with eddy flux measurements (e.g., CO2, H2O). Ameriflux is also contributing to the development of a canopy cam network.
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Part of the Tucson Phenology Trail, Biosphere 2 has interpretive signs about phenology and Nature's Notebook.
The USA-NPN is one of 17 Member Nodes currently participating in DataONE.
The USA-NPN has become a Type II (Research) partner in the Federation of Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP). The USA-NPN is represented on the ESIP page.
GBBO is using Nature's Notebook to collect plant phenology information to supplement their long-term bird monitoring.
Hummingbird Monitoring Network and USA-NPN are working together to establish monitoring of hummingbird nectar plant phenology.
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) and the USA-NPN are working together to develop standardized plant and animal observation protocols for all NEON core sites.
The Natural History Institute cultivates and models an all-too rare integrated approach to natural history—a place where art, science, poetry, and philosophy seamlessly meld. The Institute provides opportunities for Prescott College and the general public to directly engage with the natural world through educational and public outreach programs, a vibrant art gallery that hosts workshops and guest speakers, along with research and teaching collections of plants, insects, and rocks, that highlight the diversity of Arizona's Central Highlands.
Staff, faculty, and students at the Natural History Institute are tracking phenology of several plants. This program is rapidly growing to engage community members at the Prescott College facility and beyond.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has provided significant collaboration to develop the cyberinfrastructure and information management system for the USA-NPN. ORNL continues to work with USA-NPN and the USGS to enhance the database and data model functionality. An ORNL Laboratory-Directed Research and Development grant to the Environmental Sciences Division funded this work in part.