Category Archives: phenology

Introducing a long term longitudinal survey of some bryophytes, lichens, and Lycopodium individuals

(Update 2021-01-15.) Future updates will be made in separate blog posts. These will all link back here. On 29th November 2020, I began and committed to a long term longitudinal survey of four botanical sites near my home, a survey … Continue reading

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Meteorological Spring, and the Atlantic’s primary producers are jumping the phenological gun

Primary producers These are from NASA’s Aqua-MODIS, meaning, Aqua satellite, MODIS instrument: (Click image to see a larger figure.) (Click image to see a larger figure.) (h/t Earth Observatory at NASA) See my related blog post. And, note, it’s all … Continue reading

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