20 Aug '12, 2am

Butterflies Spreading North With Changing Climate

Butterflies Spreading North With Changing Climate

“The kind of information collected by the Massachusetts Butterfly Club is becoming increasingly valuable to scientists and land managers alike.” Elizabeth Crone, senior ecologist at the Harvard Forest and another co-author on the study, notes, “Careful datasets from amateur naturalists play a valuable role in our understanding of species dynamics. Scientists constantly ask questions, but sometimes the data just isn’t there to provide the answers, and we can’t go back in time to collect it.”

Full article: http://planetsave.com/2012/08/19/butterflies-spreading-no...

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