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PhenoCam and Season Spotter: Using Digital Photography to Educate Youth and Advance Climate Change Science

by Alycia Crall If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? This question has engaged philosophers through the ages in discussions regarding observation and the knowledge of reality. Scientists in the PhenoCam Network are also interested in what goes on in forests when no one is around to observe them but are less interested in the presence or...
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Every Four Years

Join Sandra Henderson, Director of Project BudBurst, as she makes plans for Leap Day on February 29th.
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Entering Observations from 2015

The 2015 field campaign might be over, but there's still time to tell us what you observed last year! Please submit all of your 2015 data by January 31, 2016 so we can include it in our annual report.
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Winter Observing with Project BudBurst

Dr. Paul Alaback, Professor Emeritus at the University of Montana, provides insights on plants to watch over the winter around the country.
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Welcome Our Newest Partner!

Please join the Project BudBurst staff in welcoming our newest partner: the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC)!
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