Dr. David Inouye has worked for over 40 years at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, in Colorado, on how the timing and abundance of flowering by wildflowers are influenced by the changing climate. More recently the project has been expanded to include how animals such as pollinators are being affected by the changes in flowering, and how plant populations are changing.
David has made many presentations to non-scientist audiences about the research he has done, and often writes articles for local newspapers about it.
You can check out his profile at the University of Maryland here.
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