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Florida Museum's Department of Natural History Seminar Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Bauer
01:01:26
Amazing talk, thank you so much. Also, shoutout to Team Crustacea! I'm a Devonian ostracod super fan and love barnacles - such amazing creatures. We are building new Data Asset Management system to link our specimen records to correspondence and hopefully we can follow your work to highlight the collectors and donors who have been excluded.
Caroline Storer (she/her)
01:01:33
Thank you!
Lauren Whitehurst
01:01:53
Excellent talk, thank you so much!
Gil Nelson
01:02:33
Terrific talk!
Dave Blackburn
01:03:12
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Gil Nelson
01:03:15
Terrific talk!
Steven Manchester
01:03:47
Fascinating work...
Catherine Early
01:06:14
Thanks for your talk! In terms of building collections in the present time, are there steps that collectors can take to make the process more equitable and less extractive?
Molly Phillips
01:08:28
Thank you so much for coming!
Kasey Pham (she or they)
01:08:33
Thank you so much, Dr. Lowe. I will definitely be incorporating these histories into future lectures for my students!
Madelaine Verbeek (She/Her)
01:08:35
Thank you!!
Pamela Soltis
01:09:10
Thank you so much for a wonderful talk!
Molly Phillips
01:09:29
Thank you all!
Caitlin Chapman
01:09:32
Thank you!
Maria Vallejo
01:09:36
Thank you!!!!
Kristina Choe
01:09:38
Thank you!
Molly Phillips
01:09:39
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