Monthly Archives: July 2016

Work in Progress: Collaborative Template II

This is a continuation from last month’s post on one of this project’s products: a collaborative template. I am not suggesting this is the best framework for a collaborative project, rather the summation of our fluid approach, including lessons learned, … Continue reading

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Phenology Inspiration

In today’s post, I thought I’d demonstrate how I am personally using this information. The phenology vignette has inspired me to start me our data collection. Phenology affects so many different processes from carbon sequestration to pollination to food supply … Continue reading

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Vibrio Vignette: Part II

Welcome back! This week, we continue our Vibrio vignette initiated last week! To understand how the intensity of the Vibrio probability combines with how long Vibrio persists, we summed up the probabilities over a year from 2004 to 2014.  There … Continue reading

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Vibrio Vignette: Part 1

When I think of cholera, I usually envision a third world country where untreated sewage flows into drinking water. But the microbes that cause cholera (and other infections) are natives here in Chesapeake Bay. Rita Colwell, past director of the … Continue reading

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