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Climate Report 2008

29 April 2009 | Author: Chip Taylor

If I’m paying attention, I can find information about the environment every day in newspapers or on major websites that cover national and international news. The stories are often disturbing and I tend to make a mental note of the ...

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Phenology 2009

2 April 2009 | Author: Chip Taylor

Remember “phenology”? This term was new to many of you last year when I tried to recruit Monarch Watchers to observe and report the seasonal development of milkweeds and nectar plants used by monarchs. Phenology seems like a strange word and ...

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Milkweed and Nectar Plant Phenology Project – Part 3

23 April 2008 | Author: Monarch Watch

The University of Kansas issued the following press release last week, calling for fellow Kansans to get involved in our recently announced phenology program. You don't have to live in Kansas to participate - we would like to encourage anyone and ...

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Milkweed and Nectar Plant Phenology Project – Part 2

23 March 2008 | Author: Chip Taylor

On the 29th of February I announced the "Milkweed and Monarch Phenology Project". I was a bit vague about the details but can now tell you that Monarch Watch is working with the National Phenology Network (NPN) to record the ...

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Milkweed and Nectar Plant Phenology Project

29 February 2008 | Author: Monarch Watch

Coming soon to a website near you - a new project to record the phenology of milkweeds and nectar plants used by monarchs. Phenology is the term given to the study of the seasonal progression of natural events involving plants ...

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