Phenology is the observation of seasonal changes in plants and animals, such as the flowering, the appearance of insects and the migration of birds.
Changes in the rhythms of nature give scientists a lot of information about the effects that climate change on natural ecosystems, but long, homogeneous, validated and geographically well distributed time series are needed for these studies. In Ritme Natura, citizenship can participate by collaborating with observations to help the scientific team study the impacts of climate change on plants, animals and living beings in general.
Activities within the framework of the Office: Programme in schools, Science Festival, Community of Practice
View the data collected: iNaturalist.