NPN

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AcronymDefinition
NPNNational Phenology Network (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
NPNNewport News (Amtrak station code; Newport News, VA)
NPNNo Purchase Necessary
NPNNegative Positive Negative
NPNNotes Public Network
NPNNatural Product Number
NPNNational Performance Network (New Orleans, LA)
NPNNewport News (Virginia)
NPNNonprotein Nitrogen
NPNNew Party Nippon (political party; Japan)
NPNNew Plan Network
NPNNational Prevention Network
NPNNational Petroleum News (magazine)
NPNNational Producer Number (insurance)
NPNNegative-Positive-Negative (transistor)
NPNNational Party of Nigeria
NPNNational Provider Network
NPNNOAA Profiler Network (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration)
NPNNo Part Number
NPNNature Photographers Network
NPNNo Point Necessary (forum)
NPNNon-Performing Note
NPNNeighborhoods Partnership Network (New Orleans, LA)
NPNNational Prayer Network
NPNNew Parents Network (Tucson, AZ)
NPNNational Peer Network
NPNNatural Parents Network (London, UK)
NPNNeuropathic Pain Network
NPNNew Public Network (Ascend)
NPNNational Professionals Network
NPNNashville Publishers Network (Nashville, TN)
NPNNotepager Net
NPNNederlands Pensioen- en Beleggingsnieuws
NPNNational Purchasing Network (Mechanicsburg, PA)
NPNNational Particulate Network
NPNNä Pua No'eau (Center for Gifted and Talented Native Hawaiian Children)
NPNNorth Pole Network
NPNNational Poultry News
NPNNational Physician Network
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The National Phenology Network (www.USANPN.org) keeps track of fall leaf changes, as well as other seasonal vegetation changes.
The USGS-led USA National Phenology Network created maps to show just how far ahead of schedule spring is arriving all over the nation.
"I can only say how things are shaping up so far, but so far, it's shockingly early," Theresa Crimmins, the assistant director of the National Phenology Network, told Climate Change about spring's early arrival.
The USA National Phenology Network (https:// www.usanpn.org) is an ongoing consortium of scientists, citizens and various groups engaged in the collection and analysis of data relevant to understanding climate changes.
One of the largest repositories of such data is maintained by the USA National Phenology Network, founded in 2007.
Weltzin was in town this week trying to drum up support for the new National Phenology Network that he runs.
"For years, probably decades now, scientists have been trying to understand how species are going to respond to the anticipated global changes and global warming," said Theresa Crimmins, research specialist for the UA's Arid Lands Information Center and the network liaison for the USA National Phenology Network.
A group of scientists and educators launched an organization last year called the National Phenology Network. "Phenology" is what scientists call the study of the timing of events in nature.
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