The Race for Spring: How Climate Change Alters Plant Communities
Research indicates that “biological spring” has shifted earlier in most parts of the world, with plants leafing and flowering approximately one week earlier than a century ago. Such work uses plant phenology---the timing of life-history events---to track responses to warming. Learn what plant phenology, strongly linked to climate, can tell us about climate change from Harvard University Assistant Professor Elizabeth Wolkovich.
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