Geography has been used to set up an sort of environmental monitoring system at Oakville Prairie Biological Field Station. In an undisturbed patch of prairie never touched by the plow, geographer and remote sensing expert Brad Rundquist and a team of students have set up a camera that’s part of an international environmental monitoring project called PhenoCam to monitor the phenology—or seasonal cycles—of vegetation. Data is collected, stored, and analyzed to help scientists understand the natural variability of climate and year-to-year weather and to detect climate changes over much longer periods of time.
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