The Movement & Dispersal
NCERA-148 site has moved...
Over the years, we've tried lots of collecting methods to track the movement & dispersal of
Some from the ground looking up with radar (left), ground truthing with tetroons (right)
Some bringing samples back to earth by piloting from the ground.
Although you might wish for a strong wind to displace the stench of the stockyards,
Of course, some methods were very labor intensive, such as this whitefly sampling rig
and not all experiments succeed...
Still, it's been and continues to be a great run...fascinating research with great people!!
1996 in Tucson, University of Arizona
1999 at North Carolina State University in Raleigh
2000 at Michigan State University in East Lansing
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