Data from: Trails-as-transects: phenology monitoring across heterogeneous microclimates in Acadia National Park, Maine

Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Abraham J. Miller-Rushing & Richard B. Primack
Climate‐driven shifts in phenology, which are being observed worldwide, affect ecosystem services, trophic interactions, and community composition, presenting challenges to managers in protected areas. Resource management benefits from local, species‐specific phenology information. However, phenology monitoring programs in heterogeneous landscapes typically require serendipitous historical records or many years of contemporary data before trends in phenological responses to changes in climate can be analyzed. Here, we used a trails‐as‐transects approach to rapidly accumulate monitoring data across environmental...
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