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Phenology and nature's shifting rhythms - Regina Brinker


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With rapidly rising global temperatures come seasonal changes. As spring comes earlier for some plant species, there are ripple effects throughout the food web. Regina Brinker explains how phenology, or the natural cycles of plants and animals, can be affected by these changes.

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Meet The Creators

  • Animator Andres Bernal
  • Artist Daniela Bernal
  • Director David Bernal
  • Editor Gustavo Martinez
  • Producer Nestor B. Macias, Sonia Rodriguez, The Leading Sheep Studios
  • Educator Regina Brinker
  • Narrator Regina Brinker

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