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Exotic Aquatic Plant Watch Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Jo Latimore
47:04
Links from today’s presentation:Information about 2020 lake monitoring options:https://www.hrwc.org/what-we-do/programs/2020-lake-monitoring/.State of Michigan coronavirus information:https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus.MLSA page for acquiring a Secchi disk:http://mymlsa.org/2020-volunteer-lake-monitoring-for-michigan/.Jo Latimore: latimor1@msu.eduErick Elgin: elgineri@msu.eduMelissa DeSimone: Melissa.desimone@mlswa.org
Jo Latimore
48:57
Video about the Exotic Aquatic Plant Watch: https://youtu.be/-i7IvA7gK-I
Ralph
01:01:54
I'm working with the Great Lakes Environmental Center, Inc. (GLEC) to see if they can analyze "CLMP" TP and Chlorophyll a samples. Let me know if you are interested in continuing your 2020 TP and Chlorophyll a sampling if you have collected these parameters under the CLMP in the past and are trained and have the equipment to collect these samples.
Jo Latimore
01:03:40
Note that MLSA also has a list of laboratories that have already offered to analyze Total Phosphorus and Chlorophyll-a samples from individuals this year. The list includes contact information and pricing.https://mymlsa.org/2020-volunteer-lake-monitoring-for-michigan/
Debbie
01:04:23
is the vertical line all the collections in that year and the blue dot the average?
Jo Latimore
01:04:58
@Debbie - generally, yes.
Jo Latimore
01:08:16
Technically, the vertical bars are "standard deviation", gives you a sense of how much each measurement varies from the average. Long bars means the individual readings were quite variable; short bars mean the individual readings were all close to the average.
Debbie
01:08:56
Why are measurements taken at deepest part of lake?
gnewberry
01:10:12
Will this ppt be available?
Michelle Hill
01:11:02
Oh boy is anyone else getting interruptions in what Erick is saying??
Lois G Wolfson
01:11:23
yes.
Ralph
01:14:56
When the CLMP was established we wanted to select a location that could be found and sampled year after year. The deepest basin was selected. The samples and measurements at the deep basin are collected to represent the whole lake in the CLMP.
Ben VanderWeide
01:23:08
Are you considering developing a phone app for recording and reporting data while in the field?
bonnie
01:30:03
both invasive and non-invasive plant photos
sue
01:35:53
is once a month JUne, July, Aug the recommended frequency?
sue
01:37:46
what month is starry stonewart most easy to identify
shikha
01:39:23
Will you include parrot feather in the future?
bonnie
01:42:45
is the hybrid as invasive?
PaulS
02:02:24
what is the adverse impact of FrogBit?
Mike Gallagher
02:06:33
Does hydrilla grow to the surface? How deep?
bonnie
02:08:12
Thank you Jo and Erick!
Ralph
02:08:25
All aquatic macrophytes that flower grow to the surface, at least a part of the plant, to get the flower out of the water.
Erick Elgin
02:08:38
Sorry for my poor internet connection
Bruce Pelletier
02:09:30
Please let us know how to access this slide presentation.
Andy LeBaron
02:09:54
are you familiar with adverse impacts on fish directly from aquatic herbicide treatments?
Melissa DeSimone
02:12:44
Topic: Shoreland TrainingTime: Apr 3, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Join Zoom Meetinghttps://zoom.us/j/825703392
sue
02:13:24
Bravo! Thanks
Ralph
02:13:31
Thanks for doing this and for everyone keeping the "CLMP" open for businesss
Ben VanderWeide
02:13:45
Thanks!
Kyle
02:13:46
Thanks
Melissa DeSimone
02:13:47
Thanks for joining us!