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Friday favorites: First leaves

Spring leaves start emerging at Bartlett Forest in New Hampshire.

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Human perception and autumn colors

This year seems to be the brightest and most spectacular display of autumn colors in a long time. But are we right in thinking so? We often perceive the world differently from it’s physical (absolute) reality. This is easily illustrated … Continue reading

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A year in the White Mountains

It’s autumn in New England, which brings everyone’s attention to the changing of the seasons. There seem to be two types of folks here. First there are those who love the cooler fall weather and are happy to escape the … Continue reading

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How do they get the camera up there?

If you have been participating in Season Spotter, no doubt you’ve seen tens – if not hundreds – of photos taken from above the top of the forest canopy. And, you’ve probably wondered, “How do they get the camera up … Continue reading

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Automated image processing

The PhenoCam network has more than 200 cameras taking pictures of landscapes every day. These are the images we’re asking you to look at in Season Spotter, because there is information in them that a computer cannot easily pull out. … Continue reading

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