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First North American Mycoflora Project Workshop

Yale 2012 



The Saturday workshop presentations are listed below. You may click on "pdf" or "ppt" to see PowerPoint presentations, or click on "video" to see the actual presentation with sound.  The meeting continued on Sunday, July 15 at Davies Hall with breakout discussion groups.

Saturday, July 14 | Jones Auditorium, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

Welcome, Introduction, and Charge (pdf | video) Tom Bruns
Mushroom Observer (and EOL) as a repository of images and metadata (pdf | video) Nathan Wilson
Group authoring of web content - how to keep quality and accuracy high and resolve conflicts: the Wikipedia example (via Skype) (video) Daniel Mietchen 
Discoverlife.org: Modern Random-access, image-rich keys and beyond (video) John Pickering
Assembling the existing data available in Herbaria (pdf | video) Barbara Thiers
The Nordic Mycoflora and thoughts on making large mycofloristic projects (ppt | video) Henning Knudsen
Great Smoky Mountains Survey (pdf | video) Ron Petersen
Surveying the Mycota of Point Reyes & Yosemite National Parks (pdf | video) Else Vellinga
NAMA Voucher program (pdf | video) Patrick Leacock
Southwest Mycoflora Project (pdf video) Scott Bates
Potential contributions towards a North American-wide Mycota from Canada (pdf | video) Scott Redhead
Agaricus (video) Rick Kerrigan
Rooting out Phaeocollybia: lessons learned and a second chance (pdfvideo) Lorelei Norvell
Russula in North America (pdf | video) Bart Buyck
A Mycoflora for the Inocybaceae of Australia (pdf | video) Brandon Matheny
Large-Scale Barcoding of Fungal Collections (pdf | video) Todd Osmundsen
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Attendees of the first North American Mycoflora workshop, held at Yale University, July 2012 © photo by Tom Bruns. 
Front row (seated): Scott Redhead, Patrick Leacock, Todd Osmundsen, Matt Smith, Sarah Hicks, Alija Mujic, Vinson Doyle, Nhu Nguyen, David Arora, Karen Hansen, Rick Kerrigan, Maj Padamsee, Jean Bérubé, Alma Rodriques Estrada, De-Wei Li, Alissa Allen, Greg Mueller
Back row (standing): Rod Tulloss, Erik Lilleskov, Scott Bates, Brandon Matheny, Maxwell Reitman, Bill Neill, Debbie Viess, David Rust, Bill Yule, Nathan Wilson, Betty Strack, Mia Maltz, Mike Wood, Alisha Owensby, Roy Halling, Karen Nakasone, Terry Henkel, Barbara Thiers, Andy Wilson, Cathy Aime, John Pickering, Lawrence Millman, Tim James, Gary Lincoff, Henning Knudsen, David Lewis, Sharon Cantrell, Matteo Garbelotto, Bob Mara, Ron Petersen, Eric Walberg, Leon Shernoff, Andy Methven, Steve Trudell, Karen Hughes, Lorelei Norvell, Jean Lodge, Meredith Blackwell, David McLaughlin, Anna Gerenday, Rosanne Healy, Jeremy Hayward, Else Vellinga, Noah Siegel, Christian Schwarz, Jen Walker, Michael Castellano, Alfredo Justo, Tom Horton, Bart Buyck, Tom Bruns, Dimitar Bojantchev

attendees nakasone, bruns, mueller, and strack

Karen Nakasone, Tom Bruns, Betty Strack and Greg Meuller

Vellinga and Lincoff

Else Vellinga and Gary Lincoff

Henning Knudsen

Henning Knudsen

Ron Petersen

Ron Petersen

Michael Castellano

Michael Castellano

Rod Tulloss

Rod Tulloss

Mike Wood and Nathan Wilson

Mike Wood and Nathan Wilson

Walberg, Blackwell, Nguyen

Eric Walberg, Meredith Blackwell, Nhu Nguyen
© 2012 Photos by Tom Bruns

Pickering, Tulloss, Thiers

John Pickering, Rod Tulloss, Barbara Thiers, Nathan Wilson

 

Barbara Thiers and Tom Bruns

Barbara Thiers and Tom Bruns

FESIN meeting attendees

Mycoflora meeting attendees at Saturday session

 
Bill Yule and Leon Shernoff

Bill Yule and Leon Shernoff

Christian Schwarz and Else Vellinga

Christian Schwarz and Else Vellinga

David Arora and Scott Redhead

David Arora and Scott Redhead

Jean Berube, Bart Buyck and Terry Henkel at Kelly's

Jean Bérubé, Bart Buyck and Terry Henkel at Kelly's
© 2012 Photos by Scott Redhead

Mycologists gather at Kelley's in New Haven

Rosanne Healy, Greg Mueller, Anna Gerenday, David McLaughlin
and others at Kelly's

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