SCED6149-01.Phenology: Obsrvtn Ntrl Phenom.Sp14.Link,Michael
Phenology: Obsrvtn Ntrl Phenom
Academic Term and Year
Observe and understand the relationship between a periodic biological phenomenon and climatic conditions. Phenology is the study of how the sequences in nature (such as migration, blooming and reproduction) synchronize with the weather and rhythms of local climate. Study this process by recording your observations of first arrivals, first songs, first flowers and other natural phenomena while tracking weather both at your site and along the migratory routes. Then correlate weather and events with one another, and compare observations with historical data found on Minnesota's weather calendar. Teachers are encouraged to involve their classrooms, and naturalists to include their staff and clients. NOTE: Please register one week prior to course start date to ensure receipt of any information that may be sent. Online login and course information at www.hamline.edu/gseonline. Target audience: educators, naturalists, environmental educators.
Link, Michael, "SCED6149-01.Phenology: Obsrvtn Ntrl Phenom.Sp14.Link,Michael" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 8208.