Angie Nanes

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Hi Patrick, Thank you so much for the update. I can understand the excitement and somewhat disappointment of not getting enough data to do solid discernment as it happens to all of us within research. Stick with it because a little is better than none and learning what doesn't work is as important as what does and is all part of the game. The natural world has its own way of showing us a little at a time and we learn bit by bit by exploring so I'm sure that the next round of experiments will show you even more. I do look forward to the video you will produce with what you have and can't wait to hear about your next steps. I appreciate you taking the time to respond. Enjoy your day and happy discoveries! Angie
May 31, 2018
Alpine Invaders in the Greater Yellowstone
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Can't wait to hear more of your thoughts and results! Great to know of people helping out in this big natural world of ours! Angie from Ohio
May 30, 2018
Alpine Invaders in the Greater Yellowstone
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Thanks for the very interesting backdrop view of what is surrounding the project with the otters and also the information on the groups that could be affected over time in the area. Sometimes it can be a challenge to do the best for a species while trying to educate the public on the reasons of importance. Happy Holidays
Dec 19, 2017
Alpine Invaders in the Greater Yellowstone
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Hi David, I hope your project gets funded. I worked in a lab for 2 years at the OARDC -Entomology Dept. and helped my friend Priya Rajarapu work on her project that involved traveling Ohio to collect EAB larva from trees for research within the lab. Having seen so many trees that were affected I realize the magnitude of the problem and wholly support your efforts in helping us come to a workable solution. Angie Nanes
Oct 13, 2014
Can we save ash trees from the invasive emerald ash borer?
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