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Periphyton 101 and Boise River Water Quality - Shared screen with speaker view
Jazmin
29:06
Jazmin Nunez - The college of idaho
Melissa Hill
29:32
Melissa Hill, Idaho DEQ
Michelle Dale
29:59
Michelle Dale, Idaho DEQ
Colton Merges
30:05
Colt Merges - The College of Idaho
pat wickman
30:07
pat Wickman - Forsgren Associates, Inc.
Devin Stoker
30:10
Devin Stoker - Jacobs Engineering
Kathy Peter
30:16
FYI, IDAWRA is working on future presentations on emerging contaminants, eDNA, and the TV ground water model. We'd like to hear from you on ideas for presentations and what you like/dislike about this format. idawra@gmail.com
marinevieille
30:16
Marine Vieille - College of IDaho
Kyle Mack
30:19
Kyle Mack - NewFields
TDUPUIS
30:23
Tom Dupuis from HDR
Michael Stephenson
30:24
Michael Stephenson Idaho Power
Conference Room B
30:24
Amanda Laib, Idaho DEQ
Michael Stauffer
30:38
Michael Stauffer - Xylem
Susan
30:41
the chat is blocking the screen
Adam Bass
31:16
You may be able to move windows around to make the configuration to your liking
Rebecca Flock
31:50
If you exit full screen and then re-go full screen, it usually incorporates the chat into the right hand side.
Jessop Dennis
36:16
Jessop Dennis - Xylem
A. Newbry
41:14
you have me muted
A. Newbry
41:17
;)
Andrew Hart
52:21
both discharge graphs are on logarithmic scales; was the initial flow graph linear scale?
Andrew Hart
52:47
nope; also logarithmic; I see it now :-)
E-Rey
56:30
Ethan Reynolds - College of Idaho
Chris Walser
01:07:29
I am getting feedback from Tyler. Make sure sure mics are off. Thank you!
Michael Stauffer
01:21:40
I have to drop off early, but thanks for the presentation!
A. Newbry
01:34:42
EXCELLENT presentation Tyler! Thank you!
mackenzie
01:34:45
Thank you!
Danie Merriman
01:34:51
awesome presentation!
Stephen Hundt
01:34:56
Well done!
Robert Zabrowski
01:34:57
awesome presentation, thank you
Cassie Connolly
01:34:59
That was great! Thank you
Cameron Coyle
01:35:09
Thank you that was fabulous!
Jessop Dennis
01:35:17
impressive pronunciation skills on some of those names
Jazmin
01:35:27
thank you!
Aleah
01:35:29
That was amazing thank you! Very informative.
Maddie
01:35:29
Thank you!
Rebecca Flock
01:35:32
That was awesome! and encouraging!
Colton Merges
01:35:53
Amazing Presentation, Thank you so much!
Sarah
01:36:30
Fantastic Ty! Sarah and I learned so much…go diatoms! Love,
John McClain
01:36:42
examples of efforts to improve quality?
Devin Stoker
01:36:53
Great presentation Tyler, thanks! Regarding recent improvements measured phosphorus decrease might be due to the Dixie Drain project from a few years back?
Barry Bean
01:37:02
Great presentation. Did you evaluate trends for nirtophiles or saprobity?
Rebecca Flock
01:37:14
Can you give some examples of what happened in 2012? The total phosphorus graph did seem to dip then.
Chris Walser
01:38:22
Are you primarily using microscopy to identify diatom types or are you using eDNA methods??
CollinGlass
01:39:53
What can be done about the reservoirs holding and stopping minerals and nutrients from entering the rivers naturally?
Adam Bass
01:41:00
do diatoms continuously float downstream or do they stay in one spot? what's their lifespan?
Chris Walser
01:41:53
That is great. Thanks Tyler
CollinGlass
01:43:08
Thank you very much, you are very knowledgable so I was curious what you thought!!
Colton Merges
01:44:41
How does herbicide/pesticide infiltration into the river effect periphyton populations?
Adam Bass
01:44:51
thank you Tylier!
Liz Paul
01:46:21
This presentation was recorded and will be available. Check the BREN website and Facebook page
Colton Merges
01:46:23
Thank you!
Chris Walser
01:46:49
Do you see succession in the periphyton community from early spring to late summer?
Rebecca Flock
01:47:20
can you speak to implications to hells canyon complex?
Conference Room B
01:47:21
Thank you Tyler! It's very inspiring to know that WQ improvement efforts are paying off.
Chris Walser
01:50:21
I appreciate it---thanks Tyler!! Great job!
Rebecca Flock
01:52:07
Thank you!
CollinGlass
01:52:46
Thank you
HDR
01:52:46
Great talk- thank you Tyler and thank you Liz!