04/25/17: National Phenology Network Hits 10M Records

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April 25, 2017

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National Phenology Network Hits 10M Records

An observer in North Dakota submitted the 10 millionth record to the UA network's database, which is a massive bank of data on plant and animal life cycles important for investigating environmental and climate change.

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Fear of Death Affects Human Attitudes Toward Animal Life

When reminded of death, humans are more likely to support the killing of animals, no matter how they feel about animal rights, UA researchers found.

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Tucson Region Outpaces Others in Western States for Extreme Weather

Evaluating extreme weather conditions and economic conditions from 1996 to 2016, UA researchers Laura A. Bakkensen and Riana Johnson found that Tucson has the greatest frequency of such events when compared with other large metropolitan areas.

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Radiocarbon Dating Gets a Postmodern Makeover

Developing new ways to use radiocarbon dating in tree rings, UA dendrochronologist Charlotte Pearson builds on the legacies of scientists before her, including famed UA researcher Andrew Douglass.

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