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  • n. Plural form of phenology.


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  • Ice cover phenologies of lakes and rivers in the Northern Hemisphere and climate warming.

    River and lake ice in the Arctic

  • "Land surface phenologies can be used to characterize normal, 'expected' conditions and thus can help a warning system determine where and when vegetation has changed," says William Hargrove, EFETAC research ecologist and lead author of the PE&RS article.

  • A globally-coherent shift in species ranges and phenologies, from plants to insects to mammals to birds, all corresponding to climate shifts.

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