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Salmonberry blossoming monitoring in Clayoquot Sound BR

Citizen science effort to monitor the temporal and spatial distribution of Salmonberry blossoming, whose first bloom depends on winter temperatures. By tracking the date of the first blooms each year, it is possible to see how plants and the rest of the ecosystem, respond to climate change.

Type: Research and monitoring

Field of activity: Climate change monitoring systems

Responsible body: Clayoquot Biosphere Trust

Period: 2007 onward

Contact: Laura Loucks - Laura@clayoquotbiosphere.org

Area of operation: Clayoquot Sound BR

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