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> Date 12/08/2019
Most all of the observations from Spring 2019 have been entered in our databases and the spring phenology report is now online. Big thanks to all of the participants who collected over 2,000 data points this year, helping us advance our scientific research on the ways climate change is...
> Date 09/07/2019
Last Thursday evening, residents of Chamonix joined us at the Mont-Blanc Observatory to share their ideas for the future Observatory garden. The objective of the evening was to combine cartography and art to give form to their visions for this new public space. They produced a wide...
> Date 08/07/2019
The occurrence of seasonal events in living things (such as leaf out and flowering, egg laying, etc) is closely related to seasonal variations in climate. Over the long term, climate change can provoke changes in the timing of these events and lead to phenological mismatches among species that...
> Date 04/07/2019
There is a knowledge and a weight that comes with studying climate change, and I think that a lot of us are asking “How do we have hope? What can I do in the face of this?” And a lot of this book is about finding faith in our ability to deal with climate change. In last week’s Science Sandwich,...
> Date 06/06/2019
This winter, like every winter, the CREA Mont-Blanc team was out in the snow, tagging the Mont-Blanc massif’s Alpine chough population. Since 1998, more than 1,500 Alpine choughs have been marked with colored bands allowing them to be identified from a distance and leading to over 45,000 recorded...
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