Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 8, 2022

Using citizen science data to investigate unseasonal flowering in Joshua trees

The National Science Foundation reports

In a new study published in Scientific Reports, U.S. National Science Foundation-funded researchers at the Florida Museum of Natural History used citizen science data to determine the cause of the anomalous bloom and predict when similar events might occur.

Read article at  Using citizen science data to investigate unseasonal flowering in Joshua trees | NSF – National Science Foundation


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