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Florida Museum's Department of Natural History Seminar Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Arianne Boileau
20:48
uploadind to Dropbox now
Dave Blackburn
21:48
based on the email I got from DropBox, it still only has two slides in it
Dave Blackburn
25:45
Because our talks will be going quickly, I’d encourage those of you interested in asking questions to get them in quickly. We will have time for ONE question after each talk. All are welcome to ask questions, but I’d especially like to encourage graduate students to ask questions! Use the Q&A or raise your hand.
Dave Blackburn
25:56
We hope to have additional time for questions after all six presenters have spoken.
Dave Blackburn
29:34
great attendance today!
Niyomi House
31:31
Great talk Maria
Lauren Whitehurst
31:47
Great job Maria!
Dave Blackburn
31:52
great talk, Maria!
Shengchen Shan
31:53
Nice presentation, Maria!
Maria De Souza Cortez
32:22
Thanks!!
Dave Blackburn
33:00
Panelists can ask questions too!!
Dave Blackburn
40:00
@doug, that was my question too!
Dave Blackburn
40:43
fine to also answer questions in the Q&A too
Doug Soltis
40:47
Ha ha—on the same page then
Nicholas Homziak
47:29
Amazing project and great talk!
Daniel Paluh
47:44
Great talks, everyone!
Ummat Somjee
47:47
Great talk! Appreciate the dedication to fundamental natural history questions
Dave Blackburn
48:10
Great job Shinichi! Cool work!
Jaimi Gray
54:39
Do you have any thoughts on why they re-evolved teeth?
Jaimi Gray
55:35
Thanks Dan, Great talk!
Dave Blackburn
58:42
@keith, I do not know what link you are looking for.
Maria De Souza Cortez
01:00:36
I just shared the link Keith! Thanks for your interest!
Dave Blackburn
01:04:57
After Arianne’s talk, we can open up for questions for any or all of our panelists. Please have your questions ready!
Aditi Jayarajan (she/her/hers)
01:11:19
Awesome talks! Great job everyone
Zach Randall
01:11:55
Great talks everyone!
Pamela Soltis
01:11:58
Great talks, everyone!
Robert Guralnick
01:12:12
Great job, all!
Dave Blackburn
01:14:26
Terrific talks! Thank you again.
Rosana Cunha
01:17:11
Thank you @Shinichi and @Daniel!
Rosana Cunha
01:18:40
Thank you very much to all panelists! Very interesting talks!
Robert Guralnick
01:20:24
Arianne, about those turkeys. At the colonial period of time, were these used primarily as a good resource or more for cultural reasons ? Or both?
Robert Guralnick
01:20:47
food
Jonathan Bloch
01:20:57
Thanks to you all. I really enjoyed these talks…very impressive research! (Sound of loud clapping).
Robert Guralnick
01:22:13
makes sense! thanks!
Nico Cellinese (she/her)
01:22:40
Thank you!! Great job everyone!!
Stephanie (she/her)
01:22:51
great talks all!!
Robert Guralnick
01:23:01
CLAP!