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  • MNPS Monthly Program: How Are Mountain Wildflowers and Pollinators Responding to a Changing Climate?

MNPS Monthly Program: How Are Mountain Wildflowers and Pollinators Responding to a Changing Climate?

  • 10/29/2013
  • 7:30 PM
  • Kensington Library, Kensington, MD

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Title: How Are Mountain Wildflowers and Pollinators Responding to a Changing Climate?

Speaker: Dr David Inouye, Dep't of Biology, UMD

Dr Inouye has spent 43 summers at Rocky Mt Biological Laboratory in Colorado researching how the time of flowering and the abundance of about 100 species of plants are responding to the changing climate, and how those changes are affecting their population biology and their interactions with pollinators.

Location: Kensington Library.

Directions: From the Washington Beltway (I-495)

Take Exit 33, Connecticut Avenue, north to the third signal after the Beltway. Turn left onto Knowles and go 2 1/2 blocks to the library on the right.

The meeting is open to the public.

Registration is not required.

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