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13 October 2012

Fall Colors Are Peaking 10 Days Later Than the early 1980’s

The fall colors in America are peaking over 10 days later now than 30 years ago. How can you determine such a subjective thing as when fall colors are peaking? Well, that’s just as interesting as the results! Take a look at the graph below courtesy of Climate Central. The NDVI is the Normalized Difference Vegetative Index and in this case it was used to graph the times when the leaves were changing colors …


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