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Olivia Carril InsectU 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Denise Ellsworth
12:19
Zoom pets are taking their places…
Denise Ellsworth
12:32
I had to mute for poppy
mary brennan
13:30
Good morning to all- so happy to see you this morning Olivia.
Dottie Stover
14:16
Was unable to find the survey for yesterday's session.
Denise Ellsworth
20:12
The evaluation for each session: http://go.osu.edu/rateInsectU
Denise Ellsworth
20:30
The evaluation for each session: http://go.osu.edu/rateInsectU
Denise Ellsworth
20:56
I’ll share the evaluation link at the end as well.
Dottie Stover
26:57
Thank you
Denise Ellsworth
27:56
Hi there, nice to see you!
Heather Rayburn
29:28
Can you please spell the name of the photographer that she recommends we follow on Flickr?
Marcia Carsten
31:12
Sam Droege
Denise Ellsworth
32:11
I’ll add the link to Sam Droege’s Flickr page to our webpage: http://go.osu.edu/insectU
Mike Edgington
32:29
Thx
Denise Ellsworth
37:09
I will do my best to link all papers on our InsectU webpage
Susan McMann
37:29
Thank-You!
Denise Ellsworth
39:34
Feel free to type in any connection issues here. Bee questions can go into the Q & A box…
Jamie Strange (he/him)
39:50
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sandra_Rehan/publication/322185203_Decline_of_bumble_bees_in_northeastern_North_America_with_special_focus_on_Bombus_terricola/links/5a561e850f7e9bf2a536985f/Decline-of-bumble-bees-in-northeastern-North-America-with-special-focus-on-Bombus-terricola.pdf
Jamie Strange (he/him)
40:33
Rehan paper on bumble bee changes in NH
Jamie Strange (he/him)
40:37
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Sandra_Rehan/publication/322185203_Decline_of_bumble_bees_in_northeastern_North_America_with_special_focus_on_Bombus_terricola/links/5a561e850f7e9bf2a536985f/Decline-of-bumble-bees-in-northeastern-North-America-with-special-focus-on-Bombus-terricola.pdf
Mary Steinhauser
44:52
My feed keeps stopping? suggestions
Jamie Strange (he/him)
45:06
Gary, if you hit paywall and can’t get the paper, let me or Denise know. We can send you the pdf.
Denise Ellsworth
46:18
The audio or the slides? You can try to phone in so your audio keeps up…US: +1 651 372 8299 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 253 215 8782 or +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 408 638 0968 or +1 646 876 9923Webinar ID: 920 1726 1290Password: 575175
Denise Ellsworth
47:51
Whew! I think I kept up with the papers and linked each one on our webpage: https://u.osu.edu/beelab/one-week-virtual-insect-university-2020/
Mary Steinhauser
49:26
The audio has gone off three times. It has come back each time. maybe it is my internet? Mary
Susan McMann
55:27
Have to go. Thanks Olivia and Denise!
Mark Gilmore
01:04:24
Are there any studies looking into the more recent impact of Dicamba debacle (mostly soybeans), which drift appears nearly uncontrollable?
Jamie Strange (he/him)
01:07:02
I think Denise is trying to get them posted.
Anthony Antonucci
01:09:37
Great talk - much food for thought not just on bees but on the environment, climate change and agriculture. Thank you very much!!!
peggy kranyak
01:11:06
Thank you for the scientific paper review!
Lisa Craddock
01:11:30
thAnks Olivia and denise! as always, a learning experience!
Marian Moeckel
01:11:42
Your presentation was so enthusiastic and informative. You are a wonderful teacher! Your make "facts" exciting!
Marian Moeckel
01:12:02
Saw you a few years ago in Delaware, OH.
Jane Worth
01:12:34
This was so informative and you have a way of making"dry" information very interesting and inspiring.
Nancy Navarre
01:14:48
Thank you Olivia. Looking forward to your new book!
Denise Ellsworth
01:14:53
Please evaluate today’s webinar: http://go.osu.edu/rateinsectU
Brian Kastner
01:15:17
please resend the class evaluation. thx
Kathy Schwable
01:15:44
Thank you Olivia for another wonderful presentation!! I always enjoy seeing you!!
Jim Estep
01:15:54
Loved the presentation, especially the discussion on diversity, but need to go. Thanks.
Gail Jones-Nemeth
01:18:03
Thank you! Very interesting.
Brian Kastner
01:18:07
excellent. thx
Heather Rayburn
01:18:08
Thank you so much!
Terri Litchfield
01:18:10
Thanks very much - great presentation.
Geoff Kennedy
01:18:16
Great Job Olivia! Thanks so much.
mary brennan
01:18:16
thank you so much!
Annette Birt Clark
01:18:20
Thank you very much for a terrific talk!
Mary Steinhauser
01:18:20
Thank you, Olivia.
Barb Matteson
01:18:28
Awesome presentation. Thanks
Dottie Stover
01:18:34
Thanks! Very informative
Terry Kane
01:18:34
Thank you so much. Very interesting and informative.
Denise Ellsworth
01:18:37
Our insectU webpage for links and resources: http://go.osu.edu/insectU
Kim O'Shea
01:18:37
Many thanks Olivia! The focus on the scientific papers very much appreciated!
Denise Ellsworth
01:18:46
Diascia, twinspur
Melissa Hill
01:18:53
This was fabulous!!! 🐝🐝🐝
Jillian Wolf
01:18:55
I had to miss this one and look forward to the recording. Thank you!!
Jane Ellison
01:18:56
ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS!!!! Thank you!!
Russ Roeder
01:18:57
Many thanks Olivia!
Vickie Eichof
01:19:05
Wonderful as always!
Ann Cicarella
01:19:27
Thank you Olivia! 2nd day is row listening to your very interesting presentations!
Dixie Bowen
01:19:39
thanks for another informative session- you always enlighten me,
L.K. Gilbert
01:19:40
Thanks Olivia. Good to see you again. My co-worker and I enjoyed your workshops at Mt. Union College a couple years ago. All the best!
Judy Finnegan
01:19:58
beeutiful presentation; not a scientist, but learned anyway! thank you🐝
Suzanne Jacobson
01:19:58
Inspirational! Thank you!
Bob Filbrun
01:22:58
Can Olivia hold up her beautiful necklace?
Bob Filbrun
01:23:18
Amazing!
Randy Katz
01:24:13
You should re-name this seminar, "So much to learn with so little time"!
Denise Ellsworth
01:26:03
You could let the bees tell you if they like the flowers or not…
Denise Ellsworth
01:28:27
While tomatoes can be pollinated by vibration or gravity, bees wil visit them. Bumbles are used in greenhouse pollination.
Olivia Carril
01:28:53
Macrotera portalis
Jane Egan
01:28:56
Thank-you for the comprehensive information!
Bob Heath
01:31:39
Thank you Olivia - enjoyably overwhelming as always.
Ashlee Kopchak
01:31:40
thank you!!!
Elena Gratton
01:31:45
Thank you!
Marian Moeckel
01:31:51
Thank you so much!!!!
Bob Filbrun
01:31:52
Your passion is infectious - what a great insect ambassador. Many thanks!
janet wertz
01:31:57
Thank you for sharing your expertise in such an interesting presentation.
Annie McIlhenny
01:32:07
this has been SO interesting! loved all the different bees and their habits, you made me pay attention to the studies you presented on Bombus studies. Great job in getting those studies to a level the gardener can understand!
Katie Magee
01:32:08
thanks!