Signs of the Seasons Program: increasing climate literacy among citizens and improving phenology data available for climate adaptation planning in the Northeast


Search for information on climate change in a region, and one is often inundated by a range of dire predictions. In the Northeast, the climate over the next hundred years is expected to become warmer and wetter. This will... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Beth Bisson (Maine Sea Grant Program)
  2. Esperanza Stancioff (University of Maine Cooperative Extension/Maine Sea Grant)
  3. Abe Miller-Rushing (National Park Service)
  4. Elissa Koskela (University of Maine Cooperative Extension)

Topic Area

Tackling Grand Challenges and Everyday Problems with Citizen Science


PS/R » Poster Session / Reception (17:30 - Wednesday, 11th February, Ballrooms 220B and 220C)

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