Phenology is phenomenal! Thank you to everyone who made this productions posssible. Special thanks to Kate, Antonio, Brian and the kids of the Oxnard Housing Authority.
The hidden story of spring How spring looks from space - January to March 2010
Sonophenology Demo [Old UI] Phenology is the study of the timing of biological processes -- for example, when do the cherry blossoms flower in the springtime. Sonophenology is a program that uses a tangible interface to allow users to explore phenology datasets by representing this data as notes on a pentatonic scale.
Training Video 3: Selectinig Individual Plants Instructions on how to select individual plants for monitoring with the USA-National Phenology Network (USA-NPN).
Training Video 6: Recording Plant Observations
WSU Online Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Decision Aid System (DAS) Welcome to the WSU Integrated Pest Management Decision Aid System. Better pest management using advances in science and technology. The WSU-Decision Aid System (DAS das.wsu.edu ) is an online Integrated Pest Management (IPM) decision support system for Washington State tree fruit growers and pest managers. The goal of WSU-DAS is to provide constant access to a single source of time-sensitive and verified information to guide management decisions. It offers easy-to-use pest management programs and helps to optimize management decisions for certain insects and diseases. DAS collects daily weather data from the WSU AgWeatherNet along with forecast data from the National Weather Service (NOAA) to predict insect and disease phenology information. Pest conditions are projected 1 to 10 days into the future giving growers and pest managers time to plan and implement management tactics. Current and projected pest conditions are linked to organic and conventional management and pesticide recommendations, summarized in an integrated pesticide database (WSU Spray Guide). DAS currently provides model output for 10 insect, 3 disease, and 1 horticultural model. The Historic Weather Data Center allows users to view and compare pest conditions using stored weather data. DAS also supports user-entered weather data. The DAS Help Center contains an on-line user manual and short narrated video tutorials that explain step-by-step the various features of DAS. A stable, fast, and reliable iPhone ...
Oak before Ash? Great footage of our very own phenology recorder, Jean Combes, from the BBC's One Show in July 2009 *used with BBC's permission*
Sonophenology Demo Phenology is the study of the timing of biological processes -- for example, when do the cherry blossoms flower in the springtime. Sonophenology is a program that uses a tangible interface to allow users to explore phenology datasets by representing this data as notes on a pentatonic scale.
ONealPhenology2009.wmv This time-lapse video graphically illustrates the phenology of the semiarid rangelands of southeast Idaho. Compare this to 2010 imagery here:
Phenology the Eastern US and Eastern Asia using MODIS NDVI Animation of seasonal vegetation activity as measured from NASA's MODIS satellite. To create this image 3290 HDF files (480 GB) of data were downloaded from the NASA ftp site, mosaicked, clipped to the region of interest, and re-projected to make 235 files for each region (one for each timestep) totalling70GB. These datasets were then re-sampled from the original 250m resolution to 5km resolution using a bilinear interpolation (each pixel is like a weighted average of the closest 4 points). These were imported into R and summarized to make the timeseries and draw the plots
Introducing The USA National Phenology Network This documentary is about the history, purpose and importance of the relatively young USA National Phenology Network, a consortium of public agencies, educational institutions and non-governmental organizations with the intent of studying the life cycle of plants and animals. This documentary features interviews of: Jake Weltzin, Julio Betancourt, Abe Miller, Mark Schwartz, Theresa Crimmins, Joseph Caprio, David Bertelsen and Willem van Leeuwen. This documentary was narrated by Mark McLemore Interviews were conducted by: Garrett Weaver, Rebecca Caroli, Tori Casarez, Tanner Johnson and Carly Olsson. Footage was provided by: Matt Gray, Jim Cane, Brian Haggerty, Kurt Reinhart, Bill McDavid, Ellen Denny, Gregory T. Pederson, Alicia Torregrosa, Steve Gray, Hans Verbeek, Arnold Coombs. Narration was recorded by Matt Felix A special thanks goes to: Kathryn Thomas, Kristin Wisneski and Arizona Public Media
April Phenology Didn't want to kill the paper to print out my phenology photos.
Four Months phenology at the Almont RMBLnet station four months of fixed position phenology photos at the Almont permanent weather station near Almont, CO using the first fixed camera position for that site. Note: the number on the bottom right is the recorded air temperature (Kelvin). Photos are taken at 8am, noon and 4pm, MST.
John Latimer Phenology Note - Canada Anemone KAXE Phenologist John Latimer talks about Canada Anemone. This is the first of what we hope to be many updates from John about the nature around us. We'll probably get better at it the more we do it...? John Latimer does a weekly Phenology Report every Thursday morning on KAXE.
Wuying Lin working with Hong Liu to track flower phenology Chinese graduate student Wuying Lin is working with Dr. Hong Liu to track flower phenology of Geodorum eulophioides in the Eucalyptus plantation. V7 Jun 04 2009 VID00017
Butler - Zebra Chip monitoring.wmv Distribution and phenology of potato psyllid in southern California
Common Mullien - Phenology Note w John Latimer John Latimer, KAXE Phenologist, on the Common Mullien. Did you know the seeds of the Common Mullien can remain dormant for 30 years?!?!?! Enjoy!
May Phenology: Birds There were tons of them!
Phenology Movie @ the Santa Rita Experimental Range
Fern Blog #8 Phenology All of you fern experts and enthusiasts in other parts of the world may enjoy seeing these ferns, communicating with me about fern biology, and suggesting topics and video clips for inclusion on this blog.
How To Make a Willow Whistle At the end of the KBXE Phenology Walk and Birding Expedition in Clearbrook with John Latimer, John displayed to the group how to make a willow whistle. The secret? A sharp knife and pocket full of band aids. Follow along step by step as as John shows the cuts and twists involved. John Latimer hosts The Phenology Show, which has been on 91.7 KAXE for over 25 Years. Northern Community Radio, which has been operating KAXE for over 34 years, is building a new community radio station to serve Bagley, Bemidji, Blackduck, Birch, Buzzle, and beyond. Read more about KBXE here: or . Find out more about KAXE, and listen live, at http
Importance of Gardening - Phenology
Highbush Cranberry with John Latimer KAXE Phenologist John Latimer talks about the Highbush Cranberry, which last through the winter. John talks about how the plant helps the birds, and the birds help the plant through the change of seasons. Get more on The Phenology Page at
Canada Thistle - Phenology Note w John Latimer KAXE Phenologist John Latimer talks about the Canada Thistle, one of two common types of tall thistle in Northern MN.
May Phenology: Photos Saving paper is nifty.
Setup weather stations within the WSU Decision Aid System (DAS) Video tutorial on how to setup new weather stations within the WSU Decision Aid System. You can choose from a list of WSU AgWeatherNet stations near your orchard and use their weather data to predict pest phenology at your site.
Hopkins Memorial Forest Phenology One year in the Hopkins Memorial Forest, One second equals four days.
*** Willows in March with John Latimer Did you know there are 18 different species of willow shrubs in MN? Did you know a *** willow is male OR female? Did you know they come in a variety of colors? Did you know you can make willow whistles? Here's the latest in our continuing series Phenology Videos with John Latimer, this time on *** Willow:
Biosphere 2 - Phenology Tour.wmv Biosphere 2 is located in Oricle, Arizona. Phenology is the study of recurring plant & animal life cycles. I visited Biosphere 2 in July 2010. I can't wait to return in April to see how beautiful the desert can be when it's in bloom in the Spring. The Music has been added for entertainment purposes only. There has been no Copyright infringement intended. This is a non-commercial video and the music has been added pursuant to the fair use provision of the US Copyright Act of 1976 as seen at the following link:
Osmia Phenology Program A Protocol for spring Osmia (Pronounced OZ-mee-uh) bee nest observations
John Latimer Phenology Note the Common Milkweed KAXE Phenologist John Latimer talks about the Common Milkweed; this is the first in what will be an ongoing series following the development of the Milkweed now through the fall. There is also a little info in here about Monarch Caterpillars/Butterflies.
MVI_2399 spring phenology
Training Video 2: Selecting Plant and animal species Instructions on how to select plant and animal species for monitoring with the USA-National Phenology Network (USA-NPN).
Frost on the Banks of the Mississippi River John Latimer, Phenologist for Northern Community Radio, takes us to the banks of the Mississippi River next to the KAXE Studios in downtown Grand Rapids and talks about the different types of frost that can form on this cold mornings when you're near open water. Check out more MN nature news, pix, and vids on the Phenology Page at
Ligustrum phenology Japanese ligustrum, (Ligustrum lucidum, japonicum) is one of austin's most invasive plant species. This video shows how the non native tree's canopy cloaks sunlight away from indigenous plant growth. Inland seaoats thrives outside the drip line of ligustrum. video by charlotte marie wood/ rene barrera
Phenology | Climate Wisconsin In this multimedia video produced by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board, Nina Leopold Bradley recounts how she learned as a child to record first flower blooms and the arrival of birds on her family's land along the Wisconsin River. She introduces the practice of phenology, or the study of the timing of life cycles of plants and animals, and explores evidence of climate change from records her family has kept since 1935. More info and educational resources available at Production Credits: Finn Ryan -- producer, director David Nevala -- photography, editing Asche and Spencer -- music Aldo Leopold Foundation -- historical images Kevin Cole -- image Peter Gorman -- image Matt Knoth -- image Rick Leche -- image Aditi Raval -- image Jay Williams -- image Aditi the Stargazer -- image Mark Fischer -- audio Special Thanks: Nina Leopold Bradley Trish Stevenson Kathe Crowley Conn -- Aldo Leopold Nature Center © 2010 Wisconsin Educational Communications Board
Four Months phenology at the Almont RMBLnet station part 2 four months of fixed position phenology photos at the Almont permanent weather station near Almont, CO using the second (and current) fixed camera position for that site. Note: the number on the bottom right is the recorded air temperature (Kelvin). Photos are taken at 8am, noon and 4pm, MST.
Forest Park (Portland Audubon) Photos On April 21st 2011 I went to Forest Part to study the Phenology of certain plant types that are local to where I live in Portland Oregon. If your not interested in trees or anything related to flora or fungi then I recommend you don't watch. Otherwise please enjoy, rate, and comment.
Model output on the WSU Decision Aid System (DAS) Video tutorial on how to view and understand the model output on the WSU Decision Aid System. The model output shows current and projected pest phenology and links it to conventional and organic management and pesticide recommendations.
Identifying the Facts, Values, Lies, and Fiction (February 18, 2010) Terri Root, Senior Fellow at Stanford's Woods Institute for the Environment, discusses her meta-***ysis of scientific research on animals affected by temperature change and she states that the time has come for scientists to do more than research and write papers, but to also start proposing creative and innovative solutions. This course was originally presented in Stanford's Continuing Studies program. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Stanford Continuing Studies: continuingstudies.stanford.edu Stanford University Channel on YouTube
ONealPhenology2010.wmv This time-lapse video graphically illustrates the phenology of the semiarid rangelands of southeast Idaho. Compare this to 2009 imagery here:
Ecology Phenology A music video for Ecology class.