jpastore

  • in closing

    in closing
    jpastore on phenology site
    Nature and culture are definitely intertwined here in Centennial. As I’ve noted before, tons of people hike here and walk their pets through the woods. I know it’s definitely become a part of my culture, I hav […]
    Posted 2 weeks ago.
  • earth week <3

    earth week <3
    jpastore on phenology site
    So this week we got to kick off Earth Week with a Bioblitz in Centennial! So you know I stopped by my spot to take some photos and observe the changes. Something really cool that I was able to document was the […]
    Posted 2 weeks ago.
  • a change of scenery pt. 2

    a change of scenery pt. 2
    jpastore on phenology site
    So you might be thinking, “this doesn’t look like centennial woods…” That’s because it’s not! As you may or may not know, UVM recently had spring break and while I was home I decided to check out a new spot. […]
    Posted 2 weeks ago.
  • natural community ~classification~

    natural community ~classification~
    jpastore on phenology site
    I’ve been working on a classification for my natural area! I usually connote the term “woodland” synonymously with forest, but I recently learned that geographers use the term to describe a forested area with a […]
    Posted 2 weeks ago.
  • and we’re back!

    and we’re back!
    jpastore on phenology site
    2019 brings lots of snow to centennial. I was able to spot a number of exciting changes, and was successful in identifying some American Beech twigs! I’ll attach some photos of the twigs I saw along with a l […]
    Posted February 05, 2019.
  • history of centennial woods

    history of centennial woods
    jpastore on phenology site
    Over the course of the semester I’ve learned a lot about not only Burlington, but my phenology location in general. Centennial Woods was obtained by the University of Vermont from various private landowners ( […]
    Posted December 09, 2018.
  • a change of scenery

    a change of scenery
    jpastore on phenology site
    (Wright inspired writing) With an absence of academic schooling, I joyfully return home for the holiday and am reminded of everything I left behind. Connecticut in the fall is a beautiful place, and I was […]
    Posted December 09, 2018.
  • tree count and 360 video

    jpastore on phenology site
    tree count: Basswood- 2 Red Maple- 2 Sugar Maple- 3 American Beech- 2 Ash- 6 Eastern Hemlock- 7 Northern Red Oak- 1  
    Posted December 09, 2018.
  • event map ~explained~

    event map ~explained~
    jpastore on phenology site
    Based on the examples provided in Hannah Hinchman’s article The World as Events, I’ve created my own event map to illustrate my most recent visit to my location. This trip was slightly different because I went int […]
    Posted December 09, 2018.
  • birds-eye map

    birds-eye map
    jpastore on phenology site
    In my birds-eye view drawing, you’ll notice that I’ve centered the perspective around the water. In the bottom left corner I’ve featured a dead log that I like to sit on when I visit my site. I’ll often sit her […]
    Posted December 09, 2018.
  • phenology location: centennial woods!

    phenology location: centennial woods!
    jpastore on phenology site
    Hello world and welcome to my phenology site blog! My spot is located in Burlington Vermont, specifically within Centennial Woods; you get there by starting down the main path (off of Catamount Drive), and […]
    Posted December 08, 2018.