USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN) Plant and Animal Phenology Data for the United States

In response to the growing need to understand the response of plant and animal species to environmental variation and climate change and to develop a widespread baseline against which future phenological change may be measured, a consortium of scientists and agencies organized the USA-NPN, with a mandate to collect and share phenology data. More information on the USA-NPN can be found at As of January 1, 2013, the dataset contains phenology data on 591...
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