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Nature Observation Database Receives One-Millionth Entry

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Photo of Lucille Tower examining a vine maple.

Lucille Tower examines a vine maple on the PSU Portland Budwatch trail. Tower submitted the one-millionth observation to the USA National Phenology Network.

Credit: Ruben Garcia


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Jake Weltzin, an ecologist with the U.S. Geological Survey and executive director for the U.S. National Phenology Network, discusses the benefits of citizen science.

Credit: National Science Foundation

 

Photo of Vine Maple leaves and flowers.

Vine Maple leaves and flowers are shown.

Credit: Tony Perodeau, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License.


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Photo of a monarch caterpillar.

A monarch caterpillar is one of many organisms available for monitoring as part of Nature's Notebook, a national plant and animal observing program.

Credit: A. Miller-Rushing


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Photo of a research technician recording plant flowering in a high-elevation Colorado meadow.

A research technician records plant flowering in a high-elevation Colorado meadow to understand interactions between plants and their pollinators.

Credit: A. Miller-Rushing


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Photo of a pollinating insect on a flower.

Interactions between plants and their insect pollinators can be disrupted by environmental variation that changes the timing of flowering or the presence of beneficial insects.

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