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Ryan J. Haupt

Ryan J. Haupt

Laramie, Wyoming

University of Wyoming

Ph.D. Candidate

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Published on Jun 13, 2016

The funds have arrived!

Hey all,Quick update to let y'all know that the money has come through so I'm going to start putting together my trip to Costa Rica in the new few weeks. If folks would be interested in updates fro...

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Published on May 13, 2016

The campaign is over, now let's get to work!

This will be a backers only post, which I'll probably be doing more often now that we have our team assembled and aren't in active promotion mode. That's right, the campaign is officially over! In ...

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Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it.
Apr 23, 2017
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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@Cindy - Between 11,000 and 36,000 years old. Will need to carbon date them to be sure.
Nov 03, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Thanks, Marjorie! It's really exciting to get the results, and nice to get some recognition for it too.
Nov 02, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Because you didn't read my weekly column about comics from years ago? Pretty easy thing to miss. And I kind of just made him an amalgam of fossil sloths, but Megatherium is a cooler name than Mylodon. DEAL WITH IT.
May 06, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Maybe phosphate indeed! Those phosphate data would be so good, you guys. You don't even know. And neither do I. Because I haven't run the samples yet. But eventually!
May 04, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Yes, there's definitely been some confusion about that which is disappointing. I believe it appears on the web version but not the mobile version.
Apr 29, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Thanks everyone! It's pretty exciting, but I'm just as excited to add a stretch goal to be able to complete some additional analyses!
Apr 16, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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The gifs aren't moving, but trust me, they're pretty great...
Apr 16, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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@Emma all I could think of reading that: https://ohmylifestylenow.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/oh-my.jpg
Apr 15, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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For those not in the know, Brian is referring to my podcast "Science... sort of". You can check it out here, it features a number of backers to this project, and their voices help make it awesome. http://www.sciencesortof.com/
Apr 14, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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@jacob It's our work now... mwahahahaha!
Apr 14, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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Absolutely, that's what it's for! I'd like to be tagged just so I can see how it does. Thanks!
Apr 12, 2016
Can sloths serve as “canaries in the coal mine” for forest health today and in the past?
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