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Visualization system - greening species filtering

Lenka Kleger, modified 3 Years ago.
Youngling Posts: 8 Join Date: 7/27/17 Recent Posts

In the protocol layers of the GLOBE visualization system, it is possible to filter greenings data for species that are part of European Phenology campaign. Newly, Fig is one of the European Phenology Campaign greenings species. Is it possible to add Fig (Ficus carica) as a new filter option?

The navigation is:
For Green-Up and Budburst - Protocol layers - Biosphere - Green-Up and Budburst - Tree/Shrub Date of Budburst - Greenings Species / All Green Up

For Green Down - Protocol layers - Biosphere - Green Down - Tree/Shrub Date of Budburst - Greenings Species / All Green Up

Thank you.


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