Phenological Observation (Betula pendula Roth.) in Urbocoenosis of Chernivtsi City (Ukraine)

Student(s):Rakochyi Vitiazslav Hresko Mykhailo Tamazlykar Anna-
Grade Level:Secondary School (grades 9-12, ages 14-18)
GLOBE Teacher:TETIANA CHEBAN
Contributors:Khlus L.M. Cheban T.
Report Type(s):International Virtual Science Symposium Report
Protocols:Green-Up / Green-Down
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Date Submitted:04/10/2019
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• It is established that the length of sheets of healthy birches under the conditions of the city of Chernivtsi depends on the exposure of the place of growth. The largest indicator is registered in birches growing on the area of the northwest exposure. The average length of the leaf on the birch trees, in which the process of drying was observed, is smaller than in healthy trees, regardless of their location and area exposure. The terms of passing the main phenophase to the birch leaves show a clear dependence on the microclimatic conditions and do not depend on the state of the tree. There was no relationship between the microclimatic conditions and the nature and the terms of the passage of autumn phenophase with the leaves of the fallen birch. The partial crown depletion also does not affect the mentioned indicators.



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Hello! My name is Paige Hoel and I am a scientist from the National Center for Atmospheric Research in the United States. First of all, congratulations! This work looks great. Below I will list some of my comments.

Posted on 5/2/19 4:36 PM.

Abstract: the fourth bullet should go first it gives nice context to your experiment

Posted on 5/2/19 4:37 PM.

Introduction: Some of the sentences are very long. When editing your work, try reading the paragraph out loud. This may call attention to run on sentences. The information and citations to provide context are great!

Posted on 5/2/19 4:40 PM.

Methods: Fantastic! The background on Birch trees is the perfect length. Great documentation of methods and protocols.

Posted on 5/2/19 4:42 PM.

Results and Discussion: Good! The title of this section can be "Results and Discussion" no need for more words! Make your figures larger so your readers can read the legend and understand what they are looking at. Your results are straightforward and well organized.

Posted on 5/2/19 4:45 PM.

Conclusion: Good! To improve the impact of your work, say a little more about why this is relevant for GLOBE, Ukraine, or anyone else you think might want to know about your results. How can we use this information?

Posted on 5/2/19 4:48 PM.