from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as phenological.
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I did not have the expertise to determine what was wrong and saw Soon and Baliunas savagely attacked for their attempt to marshall all the phenologic and proxy data in a first class synopsis.
That's why many informations of Parmesan paper are rather comforting: the more phenologic and distribution changes you notice, the strongest the adaptative response you infer for the observed populations (except for extinction or pop. contraction, of course) - as she notes herself in "Evolution and plasticity" chapter.