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Fri April 10, 2009
Climate change in your back yard
By Kristin Espeland
Frankfort, KY – Scientists are increasingly turning to citizens to help them better understand climate change. Throughout the country, citizens are recording when flowers bloom, trees leaf out, or songbirds arrive right in their backyards, and it's adding up to a treasure trove of data. Kentucky Public Radio's Kristin Espeland reports on phenology in our backyard.