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Phenology Lesson Plans

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Bennett. 2011. Phenology and student scientists: part I and part II.
Bennett. 2012. Phenology and student scientists (5th grade).
Bennett. 2012. Using Phenocam images with the Schoolyard phenology protocol: part I and part II.  
Blewitt. 2009. Connecting phenology study to learning about climate change.
Blewitt. 2011. Approaching Walden lesson plans.
Blewitt. 2011. Peak autumn leaf color in Thoreau's time and today.
Bordeau. 2012. Forest ecology project: Buds, Leaves, and Global Warming.
Greene. 2009. Science fair phenology posters.
Greene. 2010. Schoolyear integration.
Greene. 2011. Tree analysis: anatomy of a scientific paper.
Juo. 2012. Buds, Leaves, and Global Warming (high school).
LeSage, 2013.  Buds, Leaves and Global Warming.
LeTellier. 2013. Analyzing the Fall Data: It's Time to Tell the Story about Buds, Leaves, and Global Warming.
LeTellier. 2013. Introductory Unit: Fall Leaf Color and Drop.
LeTellier. 2013. Buds and Leaves. Freshman.
Levy. 2010. Data organizers for transferring field data to computer.
Levy. 2011. Belchertown HS: lots goin' on.
Levy. 2013. Match a Leaf Activity.
Lucia. 2012. Talking Trees (7th grade).
Meehan. 2011. What to do with the data.
Mossman. 2011. Graphing Activities.
Mowry. 2012. Can drawing enhance your powers of observation?
Postans. 2012. Buds, leaves, and global warming.
Postans. 2013. Biochemistry of Autumn Leaf Tree Phenology.
Robichaud. 2007. Buds and leaves data analysis.
Rosenthal. 2010. Generating a temperature vs. leaf fall graph.
Senechal. 2009. High school phenology lessons.
Senechal. 2010. Student presentation.
Senechal. 2011. Graphing student data.
Senechal. 2012. 7 years of leaf drop data (high school).