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Climate Scientists Enlist Citizen Volunteers
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Climate Scientists Enlist Citizen Volunteers

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Climate Scientists Enlist Citizen Volunteers

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The National Phenology Network is recruiting people across the U.S. to record when trees bud, flowers bloom and migrating animals return. The project's executive director, Jake Weltzin, explains how tracking these trends can help scientists better understand climate change.

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