Tag: citizen science

Special Exhibit at Curtis Memorial Library

The Curtis Memorial Library is featuring a special exhibit titled “Citizen Science: Signs of the Seasons” through October 28th. Visit the library to see highlights of the Signs of the Seasons program and learn more about citizen science projects around the world. Location Curtis Memorial Library 23 Pleasant Street Brunswick, Maine 04011 Call the library¬† […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Jerry Schoen

Jerry recently retired from the University of Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center, where he worked for over 20 years. During his time there, he was involved in the development of a wide range of projects but focused primarily on volunteer water quality monitoring programs. He became interested in phenology about 10 years ago and recognizes […]

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Volunteer Spotlight: Elissa Koskela

Elissa joined the Signs of the Seasons team in 2014 as the program’s Assistant Coordinator. She enjoyed phenology so much that she has continued to be an observer ever since. “I was new to the science of phenology, but found it interesting that tracking local species could give insight to the larger picture of climate […]

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