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LLCT Annual Meeting and Presentation by Richard Primack - Shared screen with speaker view
Bryn Gingrich
51:04
Type questions into the chat here, and we will moderate them at the end of Richard's presentation.
Gwyn Loud
01:02:07
You say that climate change will bring us more rainfall. We have been in a serious drought for five months; is that just a fluke?
JIM HENDERSON
01:14:07
Should we start planting more mid-Atlantic trees and shrubs at some point?
Deborah G
01:19:00
parts of Lincoln have had several frosts
Gwyn Loud
01:21:38
Can we take any lessons or hope from the decrease in Co2 during the pandemic from fewer planes flying less traffic?
Gwyn Loud
01:24:03
Is your book Walden Warming available locally?
LauraLampe
01:27:20
Did you see any interesting trends or variation among taxa when you were studying phenological shifts?
Joel Angiolillo
01:29:24
Interesting observation that the arrival of birds, flowers and insects may be getting out of synch (insects and plants can change patterns faster than birds can). What are the ramifications?
JIM HENDERSON
01:32:39
is birds travel flexibility a strength in timing food sources and location of residence
Michelle L. Barnes
01:34:18
is there a threshold distance for assisted migration where one is likely to see increasing unintended negative consequences?
JIM HENDERSON
01:34:27
but birds have more immediate choice responses available
Michelle L. Barnes
01:36:39
what would you recommend for assisted migration to increase biodiversity?
Michelle L. Barnes
01:37:19
locally, I mean.
LauraLampe
01:38:21
I’m tuning in from California this evening - one advantage to these Zoom-format meetings! I’m studying plant phenology for my Master’s project, and was thrilled to be able to attend tonight. Thank you very much for hosting such a fascinating talk!
Michelle L. Barnes
01:39:15
for increased biodiversity … meaning insects and animals as well....