Marie Studer

Beekeeper for fun

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    Marie Studer commented on "iNaturalist on EOL":

    @петя спасова: Hi and welcome to the iNaturalist community! The observation photos from iNaturalist that are reviewed and approved by their curators come back into EOL. They can all be found in this iNaturalist Images Collection (http://eol.org/collections/36789). You can use any of those images in your Collections.

    13 days ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "chlorophilia":

    Hi Chlorophilia! Welcome to EOL. I've noticed all the Collections you've been working on and the iNat field guides. Great work! I'd love to learn more about your work at the Galiano Conservancy. In the meantime, please ask if you have any questions.

    13 days ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Boston Harbor Islands Community":

    @Robert Pinsonneault: Hi Robert! Glad to have you as part of the EOL communities. Let us know if there is something you are specifically interested in by posting a message within the community.

    about 1 month ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Biodiversity of Potomac Overlook Regional Park ":

    Hi! I just added your community to the Virginia Master Naturalists Collections (http://eol.org/collections/102493). Hope this is OK. It's a great starting point to bring information together from across Virginia.

    3 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Global Hawk Watchers":

    @Briana Scroxton: Hi Briana -- Thanks for joining and for commenting. This community hasn't been very active for awhile, but it would be terrific if someone could help us make some really well curated collections about hawks and other birds or prey, especially for an education audience. Let me know if this would be something you might be interested in doing at some point.

    3 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Mit Wanzer":

    Hi Mit! Glad you got started on your vernal pool collection! Looking good so far. Do you want to have people in the collection? I notice you are there. If you do, great. If you don't you can delete any object in a collection by checking the box on the right hand side of the item and then clicking the "remove" button in the Action box in the upper right next to the first item in the collection.

    3 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Open Tree of Life Community":

    @Cyndy Parr: Hi Cyndy - Glad to have you join this Community! The Open Tree of Life project is hard at work and we'll be sharing content between the projects soon.

    6 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Open Tree of Life Community":

    @Dail Laughinghouse: Hi Dail! Welcome to the Open Tree of Life Community. Content will start coming into EOL from the Open Tree of Life project soon, so please stay tuned to see some progress related to the taxa in the related Collection.

    6 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "EOL Learning and Education Community":

    @sujith ts: Hello Sujith! Welcome to the EOL L+E Community. Please let us know if you have any questions about EOL. There is additional information on the EOL Discover pages (http://eol.org/discover) that might be of interest.

    7 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "iNaturalist on EOL":

    @Emilie Dion Wolf: Hi Emilie! Thanks for joining the iNaturalist Community on EOL. Please see this page (http://eol.org/info/disc_inaturalist) if you want to learn more about making observations. Please ask if you have questions!

    7 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on an older version of La migración de las mariposas monarca: Un tour de Google Earth (con subtítulos en español):

    @Alejandro Calvo: I'm glad you like it! Anyone is welcome to repost our Google Earth Tours or podcasts with attribution. It would be wonderful if they could be used at INBio.

    7 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Image of Stachys sieboldii":

    Is it possible to upload these images with the correct orientation? I'd like to use them in my field guide.

    9 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "EOL Learning and Education Community":

    @P Ho: Hi P Ho! Thanks for joining the Learning + Education Community. You can find more information on the EOL Discover pages (http://eol.org/discover) that might be of interest.

    9 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "EOL Learning and Education Community":

    @Mohamed Attia: Hi Mohamed - thanks for joining the Learning and Education Community. Glad to have you! Please let us know if you have any questions about EOL. There is additional information on the EOL Discover pages (http://eol.org/discover) that might be of interest.

    10 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Saguaro National Park BioBlitz Community":

    @Karl Horak: Hi Karl! Welcome to the Saguaro NP Community and to EOL! We created this community a couple of years ago when there was a big BioBlitz at the park. The community probably isn't too active at the moment, but all the associated Collections should be relatively up-to-date.

    11 months ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Amy Ouchley":

    @Amy Ouchley: Hi Amy! I'm just following-up on our conversation and see you have made GREAT strides with your Swamp Rabbit Habitat Collection! Nice work. I suggest you put some info about Swamper in the Collection details, too. It's good to have in your profile, but it would be a nice addition to the Collection to let people know about the book. Let me know if you want some help with that.

    about 1 year ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "EOL Learning and Education Community":

    @Diana Mathieson: Hi Diana! Welcome to EOL and the Learning + Education Community. We're delighted to see you here. Please check out the EOL Discover pages (http://eol.org/discover) for some tools and resources that might be helpful for you.

    about 1 year ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "iNaturalist on EOL":

    @Kelly O'Donnell: Hi Kelly! If you don't have a species list to start with, it will be better to go ahead and use iNat to set up the project. It will be important to remind people who join your project on iNat to select non-restrictive licenses both for their observations and their images. Have you see our other BioBlitz resources: http://eol.org/info/disc_bioblitz? Feel free to contact me at mstuder@eol.org for more info. I'd be very happy to share what I've learned about using EOL and iNat for BioBlitzes.

    about 1 year ago • edited: about 1 year ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Open Tree of Life Community":

    @Tom Devitt: Hi Tom! Welcome to the Open Tree of Life Community and others on EOL! Have fun!

    about 1 year ago

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    Marie Studer commented on "Gail M. Bowman":

    @Gail M. Bowman: Hi Gail, Welcome to EOL and thanks for your message. EOL and NGS are working together in a variety of ways and I'm glad we are collectively getting the word out about biodiversity across the globe. Did you learn about EOL on the NGS Education site or through another article? It's always nice to learn how people found out about our work.

    about 1 year ago