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Olentangy Watershed Alliance - Shared screen with speaker view
John Krygier
01:00:44
What accounts for the diagonal drought line across the right side of the map?
John Krygier
01:04:31
What are the chances for a mega-drought in the midwest? How does climate change affect the possibilities?
Stefanie H
01:17:46
will ocean acidification due to warming affect precipitation in the Midwest in the future?
John Krygier
01:20:25
Curious what you think about legal efforts such as the Lake Erie Bill of Rights as a means of forcing changes to address climate change and other related environmental problems
cbeck
01:23:17
can you please repeat the definition of Aridification I missed it?
John
01:25:05
How does warming and drought impact pest infestation in northern forest?
Brian Will
01:26:02
Are there crops that we should be growing in the Midwest that are more conducive to replenishing the aquafers?
cbeck
01:30:44
I heard you speak of paleontology with tree rings to know megadroughts. how does that work?
Heather
01:42:03
This is great conversation about reaching across the aisle and appealing to what we all want: clean water and jobs. Thank you!
John Krygier
01:46:00
Excellent présentation, thanks!
Jeff Kauffman
01:46:32
Thank you Jonathan!
Erin Wolfe
01:47:37
I think you may have written some of my textbooks, thanks for the climate change refresher!
Eugene Braig
02:00:20
Now I need some FLOW beers!
Bill Gibson
02:14:09
Thank you Jeff and Del-Co!
Kelly Thiel
02:32:58
Do you have to be a resident of Delaware County to comment on Deer Haven expansion?
Heather
02:34:48
as a former Alum Creek watershed coordinator this work on Alum Creek riparian zone makes me so happy, thank you Chris!
John Krygier
02:43:27
Perfect!
cbeck
02:49:43
I cant understand what he's saying its cutting out constantly.
Eugene Braig
02:49:50
Greg's internet connection seems a little irregular. I'm reluctant to suggest it, but cutting his video might free up some bandwidth, at least while his presentation is being shared.
Stefanie H
02:50:35
yes it is rather choppy
Sean Kay
02:50:36
Yes, we see this. Its in and out, this is being recorded so folks can go back. Seems to be a connection issue, hopefully it improves. Life on Zoom.
Eugene Braig
02:51:30
Can a moderator interject to suggest he cut his camera?
Eugene Braig
02:54:21
Improved and improving. Thank you.
Brian Will
02:55:38
Thank you for all that the corps does.
Beckie Merriman
02:55:52
Thanks Greg
Heather
03:05:33
Great to know about the loan materials! At Scenic Rivers, we may send teachers to you to borrow.
Brian Will
03:24:10
Great to see the wildflowers and grasses along the highways
Heather
03:27:55
Is part of the implementation plan to preserve new property?
Anthony Sasson
03:36:18
Unionids are the mussels.
Brian Will
03:36:19
Where does this ammonia come from? Fertilizers?
Heather
03:39:52
Scenic Rivers is planning to hire Mike Hoggarth to conduct an Olentangy River mussel survey next year.
Laura Fay
04:15:18
Can Jesse estimate the level of effort (time) needed for a HUC 12?
Erin Wolfe
04:17:34
What is the biggest challenge you face when working with farmers?
Jessica D'Ambrosio (she/her)
04:17:43
we think it takes about 1-2 days for an experienced GIS technician.
Laura Fay
04:18:32
Is there an opportunity to get this done for Olentangy HUCs
Deanna Bobak
04:18:46
Jessica-- Can you please clarify, is that just for hydroconditioning and preparing the input, or does that include the output models as well?
Brigitte Moneymaker
04:19:26
Is there a limit to the amount of high resolution DEMs that are available across Ohio
Caroline Cicerchi
04:20:12
Delaware plans to use the ACPF model and incorporate it into our NPS-IS plan development
Jessica D'Ambrosio (she/her)
04:20:12
well, it's something we're still trying to work out! If you have all of the data layers in hand and they are talking to each other nicely, then a baseline run or set up of the model is 1-2 days.
Jessica D'Ambrosio (she/her)
04:20:57
from start to finish, if you can obtain the data layers, it could take about 1 week or so end to end for an experienced technician
Brigitte Moneymaker
04:22:00
are there plants to incorporate SWAT as well?
Brigitte Moneymaker
04:22:25
plans* thank you
Deanna Bobak
04:22:26
Thanks Jessica-- That is roughly the timeline we have experienced in running the ACPF. Just wanted to make sure we weren't missing knowledge of a quicker process!
Brigitte Moneymaker
04:22:43
what is AFT?
Brigitte Moneymaker
04:22:49
thank you!
Erin Wolfe
04:23:18
Thank you Jesse!
Janelle Valdinger
04:34:05
Janelle Valdinger - jlvaldin@owu.edu - (740)260-3929
Bryon Ringley
04:34:59
Thanks to everyone - great program!
Kelly Thiel
04:35:19
Thanks for being a GREAT host Sean!!
Kris LoFrumento (she|her)
04:35:26
Thank you for this morning! Great presentations/presenters/moderator!
Eugene Braig
04:35:50
Thanks, all.
Eugene Braig
04:36:08
Aye, Caroline!
Kelly Thiel
04:36:12
Yes - awesome Caroline
Megan Ellis
04:36:22
Thanks for all your do, Caroline!
Janelle Valdinger
04:36:38
Wonderful program!! Thanks Everyone!
Brian Will
04:36:56
Thank you for this meeting
Megan Ellis
04:37:20
Thank you for moderating, Sean!
Fred Milan
04:37:20
great presentation!
Deanna Bobak
04:37:23
Thank you! Great forum Caroline!
Caroline Cicerchi
04:37:23
Thank you Sean and all presenters!