"do you Think you hear the chirping of birds all in the past year? When you hear the right."
"Spring is arriving increasingly earlier – around a week earlier today than 100 years ago, according to the Radio Sweden review of the research from the Swedish University of agricultural sciences and Fenologinätverket."
"Between the years 1870 and 1920, took the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute systematic reports from the public about how far spring has come. Then followed a long break until 2008, when the Fenologinätverket – research science of the seasons – started with the measurements again."
"– There were many who thought that the flowering started earlier and earlier. And to see if we could see any change of any climate change, we started with the new observations from around the country, " says Ola Langvall, a study director at SLU, to the radio."
"And indeed you could see a change – today, we meet in spring around a week earlier than a hundred years ago."