Plant identification via app enables phenological monitoring

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Plant identification with apps such as Flora Incognita enables phenological moni
Plant identification with apps such as Flora Incognita enables phenological monitoring
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena and the TU Ilmenau have shown that plant observations collected using plant identification apps such as Flora Incognita can provide information about the developmental stages of plants - both on a small scale and across Europe.

"The snowdrops have never bloomed as early as this year, have they?" Many people who walk through nature with their eyes open are sure to have asked themselves these or similar questions. The German Weather Service (DWD) has already reported that the phenological first spring is already in full swing this year - three weeks earlier than the long-term average. ...
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