Since my last, I have no noticed super large phenological differences, as my last visit was almost exactly a week prior to this one. There has been a small increase in the percentage of the ground that is covered […]
On my visit to my phenology spot this week, there were many hopeful signs of spring. There was abundant leaf litter, and the ground was extremely moist, indicating mud season is in full swing. Unfortunately, […]
I spent my spring break this year in a small town outside of Nassau in New Providence, Bahamas. The phenology I observed over spring break was most definitely different than that I have observed so far this […]
What type of natural community is this?
My natural community is a Northern Hardwood Forest. There are numerous full-grown sugar maple and boxelder maple trees, characteristics of a northern hardwood forest. […]
While I had high hopes for my phenology spot last semester, it ended up being a pretty uneventful spot. For that reason, I chose a new spot, also in Centennial woods, but in a different area. To get […]
Whew, What a Semester!
My last visit to my phenology was arguably the most eventful, which is unfortunate because my previous posts could have been a lot more interesting, at least to me personally. First of all […]
Since my last visit there’s a couple changes I have noticed. The oil/pollutants that was gathering on the edge of the stream bed seems to have cleared up or washed away. There is still evidence of […]
How to get there:
To get to my phenology site you first head into centennial woods, passing the sign that was so nicely labeled with “welcome NR1 students” during our centennial woods assignment at the beginning […]