Phenological Implications of Warming Temperatures and Extreme Climatic Events

Phenology 2012: Future Climate and the Living Earth; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 10–13 September 2012



More than 140 phenology researchers traveled from 6 continents and 21 countries to convene and deliver more than 100 oral presentations and more than 30 posters at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education Conference Center in downtown Milwaukee at the second interdisciplinary international conference on phenology. The study of recurring plant and animal life-cycle stages, phenology is especially sensitive to variation and change in the environment and climate.