A branch of biology that studies cyclic and seasonal natural phenomena, especially in relation to climate and plant and animal life is known as phenology.
Common phenology examples include cyclical biological events such as leafing, flowering, ripening, breeding, migration etc. In other words, phenology is nature’s own calendar. Climate change affects phenology, and consequently changes phenotypic characteristics of some species.
In this video, the author Regina Brinker draws attention to the importance of this issue. One change can disrupt the balance of the whole ecosystem and can also affect people – economically. Take a look.