The primary goals of the NERC Phenology Group as stated in the proposal were: (1) to develop a cooperative network that would coordinate phenological monitoring, facilitate data sharing, and synthesize phenology data from the Northern Forest and the broader Northeastern US and Eastern Canada region; and (2) contribute more generally to the efforts of the growing USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN). The first goal has been met with the founding of the “Northeast Regional Phenology Network” (NE-RPN) at our November 2007 workshop, and with respect to the second goal, our contributions to the development of the USA-NPN have far exceeded anyone’s expectations. 
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The primary goals of the NERC Phenology Group as stated in the proposal were: (1) to develop a cooperative network that would coordinate phenological monitoring, facilitate data sharing, and synthesize phenology data from the Northern Forest and the broader Northeastern US and Eastern Canada region; and (2) contribute more generally to the efforts of the growing USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN). The first goal has been met with the founding of the “Northeast Regional Phenology Network” (NE-RPN) at our November 2007 workshop, and with respect to the second goal, our contributions to the development of the USA-NPN have far exceeded anyone’s expectations. 
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The primary goals of the NERC Phenology Group as stated in the proposal were: (1) to develop a cooperative network that would coordinate phenological monitoring, facilitate data sharing, and synthesize phenology data from the Northern Forest and the broader Northeastern US and Eastern Canada region; and (2) contribute more generally to the efforts of the growing USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN). The first goal has been met with the founding of the “Northeast Regional Phenology Network” (NE-RPN) at our November 2007 workshop, and with respect to the second goal, our contributions to the development of the USA-NPN have far exceeded anyone’s expectations. 
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The primary goals of the NERC Phenology Group as stated in the proposal were: (1) to develop a cooperative network that would coordinate phenological monitoring, facilitate data sharing, and synthesize phenology data from the Northern Forest and the broader Northeastern US and Eastern Canada region; and (2) contribute more generally to the efforts of the growing USA National Phenology Network (USA-NPN). The first goal has been met with the founding of the “Northeast Regional Phenology Network” (NE-RPN) at our November 2007 workshop, and with respect to the second goal, our contributions to the development of the USA-NPN have far exceeded anyone’s expectations. 
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