Use graphs of data recorded by Project BudBurst Citizen Scientists to better understand phenophases and what times of the year they typically occur. Use accompanying maps and data tables to explore any variations.
What times of the year are certain phenophases (green/brown) more prevalent?
When do certain phenophases (seasonality) most frequently happen?
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Lilac and timing of first flower across latitude respectively
Observations by Day of Year (day) and PhenophaseHistograms with timing of first flower for one lilac species with filters for before 2010 and after 2010
Observations by Day of Year (day) and PhenophaseHistograms with timing of first flower for 4 cherry species with filters for before 2010 and after 2010
Different combinations for maple (Acer sp) or cherry (Prunus sp) and timing of leaves changing color and first flower across latitude respectively