Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Hopkin’s Bioclimatic Law

Observation that in temperate North America the life history events of organisms tend to occur with an average delay of four days for each degree of latitude northward, or 5 of longitude eastward, or 122 m of altitude in early spring; there is a corresponding occurrence of anticipation in the autumn.

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