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Timing is everything! Using experimental gardens and citizen science to respond to climate change at Warren Wilson College
Phenology, or the timing of seasonal events in nature, has wide ranging effects on life on Earth. We all have an intuitive sense of how the timing of wildflower blooms, fall color changes, and other seasonal events are affected by climate. At this webinar, Warren Wilson College Biology professor, Dr. Alisa Hove, will be joined by Biology alumni (and former phenology research interns) Jenna Joyner ’19 and James Kitchens ’19 to discuss how phenology research contributes to the scientific community’s efforts to understand and respond to climate change. They will also describe phenology research based on the WWC campus, and how citizen scientists are contributing to phenology research by collecting data for the USA National Phenology Network.

Aug 13, 2020 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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