Charles Meck on Climate Change

Author Charles Meck talks about charting the timing of insect hatches and notes that most insects in the U.S. northeast are appearing earlier and earlier each spring. The article also gives away one of Meck’s small secrets: that you can match insect hatches to flowering plant activity. “I walk the same streams I did as a kid, and they’re not nearly as high,” he said. “I watch rainwater roll off blacktop where there didn’t used to be any. That water’s way too warm for trout streams.” Deborah Weisberg in The New York Times.

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