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Maine Calling hosts Bisson for Phenology Discussion

Maine Calling hosted Beth Bisson, associate director of Maine Sea Grant College Program and coordinator for Signs of the Seasons. The discussion focused on how natural phenomena, such as the life cycles of plants and animals, respond to seasonal cues. Other panelists included Ellen Denny from USA National Phenology Network and Nat Wheelwright, retired Bowdoin […]

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The Maine Monitor features Signs of the Seasons

The Maine Monitor featured University of Maine’s phenology program, Signs of the Seasons, in a recent article about the value of citizen science. Beth Bisson, coordinator of the program was featured. “[Researchers] could just never approach anything close to the volume that you can get if people from communities all over the state are out there […]

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