• Phinal Phenology

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    After spending a year attending my phenology spot, I have become fairly well acquainted with my location. I’ve witnessed the green leaves turn bright orange, brown, then fall to the ground. I witnessed the leaf […]
    Posted last month.
  • 4/27/19 Phenology

    4/27/19 Phenology
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    My visit to my phenology spot during earth week was not as exciting as I had hoped it would be. I had imagined green beginning to sprout everywhere and flowers cropping up left and right. While there are some […]
    Posted last month.
  • 3/18/19 South Carolina

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    For my spring break, I went on vacation to St. Helena Island, South Carolina. I had never spent an extended period of time in the south and was not at familiar with the local flora that I encountered. St. Helena […]
    Posted March 18, 2019.
  • 3/7/19 Wetland, Woodland, Wildland

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    After spending half a year visiting my phenology spot nearly biweekly, I still have difficulty classifying it as a wetland or woodland. Sure at first glance it appears to be like any other forest, however, within […]
    Posted March 07, 2019.
  • 2/4/19 Winter Phenology

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      I’ve decided to return to my phenology spot from the fall, as it is a fairly short walk from my dorm and a relatively unknown location. I noticed on this return visit that the understory seems much more […]
    Posted February 05, 2019.
  • 12/8/18 Human use

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    While I couldn’t find any records of human use of my phenology site, the remnants of human use of the area are clear. The forest floor has been cleared of debris, and trees have been cut down, though both appear […]
    Posted December 08, 2018.
  • 11/26/18 Rhode Island Phenology

    11/26/18 Rhode Island Phenology
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    The Phenology spot I visited over break was Wilbur Woods in Little Compton RI, 30 min from my house. Attached below are some pictures of the area as well as a google map showing the location.    (Photos b […]
    Posted November 26, 2018.
  • 11/5/18 Phenology Blog and Poem

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    This weeks visit to my phenology spot wasn’t too different from last weeks, only much grayer and wetter. The constant rain over the last few weeks has worked to remove most of the leaves from the deciduous trees, […]
    Posted November 06, 2018.
  • 11/5/18 Phenology Event Map

    11/5/18 Phenology Event Map
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    (Drawn by Kyle Webb, 2018)
    Posted November 06, 2018.
  • 10/22/18 Phenology

    10/22/18 Phenology
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    (Drawn by Kyle Webb, 2018) When I revisited my phenology site, I noticed that the trees colors were getting darker and the branches looked much more bare. As the temperature continues to drop, the bright […]
    Posted October 22, 2018.
  • The Redstone (Loft) Woods

    The Redstone (Loft) Woods
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    What is up bloggers? Welcome to my blog. For my phenological location I chose the clearing in the woods out behind the Redstone Lofts, next to the golf course. There are two ways to get there, one is to follow the […]
    Posted October 12, 2018.