The Biogeosciences Section of AGU will present the first Sulzman Award for Excellence in Education and Mentoring to Dr. Heidi Steltzer, of Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO. Dr. Steltzer is a phenology champion in both the education and research realms. By incorporating juniper phenology observing into her undergraduate class she made a big contribution to the Juniper Pollen Project's efforts to predict pollen dispersal. She also utilizes the resources available through Nature's Notebook to develop inquiry-based labs on species students select for their projects, for example, oaks, rabbitbrush, aspen and more. In her research she has developed the Mantis, a near-surface instrument array for monitoring phenology through surface greenness and microclimate. Our appreciation and congratulations to Heidi for all of her efforts in the field of phenology.
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Phenologist Wins 2013 AGU Sulzman AwardWednesday, December 4, 2013
Foliage Season Under Fire from Climate ChangeMonday, October 14, 2013
Climate Central publishes article on scrutiny of foliage season dates.
Join Nature’s Notebook and Have Fun with PhenologyTuesday, September 17, 2013
USGS publishes and article entitled "Join Nature’s Notebook and Have Fun with Phenology Falling in Love with the fall season" including video clips
Two articles featuring the California Phenology Project can be found in the Pacific Northwest Region newsletterThursday, August 1, 2013
Two articles featuring the California Phenology Project can be found in the Pacific Northwest Region newsletter
Northeast Temperate Network phenology monitoring programThursday, August 1, 2013
Check out the latest phenology monitoring program brief from the Northeast Temperate Network