Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Arthro-Pod Episode 6: The ESA Files!




Hello everyone and welcome to our 6th episode! This episode was recorded at the Entomological Society of America's national meeting and features 10 interviews with entomologists from around the country. Tune in if you want to know more about the exciting advances in bug research and education! 





I flew out to Portland, OR with my finest lady bug tie on and my recording equipment in the hopes of talking to lots of bug folks at the meeting. After securing an unguarded table I began my guerrilla podcasting campaign.  


Maybe next year I will go in a more official capacity...

There are 10 entomologists featured today. Below you can find a photo of them and a phot of something they mention during their interview. In addition, I list the start time of their interview in the recording and any links, Twitter handles, or projects they mention. I hope you enjoy today's episode!


Caitlin Race; University of Arknasas

@Theophrasti

5:00 minute mark


Ben McGraw; Penn State University

@TurfEnto

10:40





















Nick Seiter; University of Arkansas
16:10



Fred Baxendale; University of Nebraska

Backyard Farmer

20:30



Bob Wright; University of Nebraska
@BobWrightUNL
30:11


Jessica Bird; National Museum of Natural History

@NMNH_Entomology

Citizen Science through the Smithsonian
Bumble bee transcription project
40:10


Katelyn Kowles; University of Kentucky
45:27


Derek Hennen; University of Arkansas

@derekhennen

54:07


Tom Turpin; Purdue University

On Six Legs podcast
Bug Bowl

1:05:48


Kacie Athey; University of Kentucky
1:18:44





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This episode is freely available on archive.org and is licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


Beginning/ending theme: "There It Is" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

1 comment:

  1. Great podcast, Jonathan! It's great to hear about everyone's research and experiences.

    I would like to correct an error in my interview, however: Arthropleura grew to only 2.6 meters, not 6. Whoops!

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