Eastern Threat Center Scientists Co-Organize Special Landscape Ecology Event

 
Eastern Threat Center Scientists Co-Organize Special Landscape Ecology Event

Studying the timing and development of seasonal changes, known as phenology, can help natural resource managers identify unusual vegetation conditions indicating potential ecosystem disturbance or recovery. Attendees of the US-Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (US-IALE) 2013 Annual Symposium can learn more about this topic during a special session on April 17 co-organized by Eastern Threat Center ecologists Bill Hargrove and Steve Norman and partners. The special session, "Phenology for Disturbance Detection and Monitoring," will feature 15 presentations on a variety of methods and applications for phenological observations in strategic ecosystem management. Read more in CompassLive...

 

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