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UVM Geology Seminar Series - 10/19/2020 - Julia Perdrial

By: nperdria

Big picture or detail? Integrative Earth Science Research and the value of both

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Chapter 4 Temperature Abuse and Temperature Monitoring Part 1

By: tpritcha

This video introduces the idea of temperature abuse, the temperature danger zone and different means by which to check and monitor temperatures.

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Geology Seminar

By: jperdria

Julia Perdrial gives an overview on a newly funded project "Collaborative Research: Network Cluster: Using Big Data approaches to assess ecohydrological resilience across scales"

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Syrup Quality - Density

By: uvmext

Producing pure maple syrup is a time honored tradition in Vermont. Whether you are a large producer filling drums and selling on the bulk market or a backyard producer making just enough for family and a few lucky friends, syrup quality is critica...

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Water Bars

By: uvmext

Access to a sugarbush is critical for installing and repairing sap collection equipment, tapping and managing crop trees and responding to the effects of natural disturbances. Quality access to the sugarbush relies and a road and trail system that...

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Moose Habitat Selection and Fitness Consequences During Two Critical Winter Tick (Dermacentor albipictus) Life Stages in Vermont, USA

By: vmc

This was presented by Joshua Blouin. This presentation was part of a series of contributed talks from the 2020 FEMC Annual Conference hosted virtually for the first time. For more content from the 2020 conference please go to https://www.uvm.edu/f...

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Exploring the Diversity and Impact of Agritourism in Southern Africa

By: rcbartle

Agritourism ventures across Southern Africa offer critical and engaging portraits of how ecological conservation connects to cultural heritage and the tourism industry. This panel will highlight how agritourism is helping to develop rural economie...

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Hydrometers

By: uvmext

The Vermont maple law requires packaged maple syrup have a density of between 66.9 and 68.9 degrees Brix. Brix is a measure of sugar concentration in a pure sugar solution. Although we know there are other many dissolved minerals in maple syrup th...