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COMTF Virtual Meeting - July 29, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Lee
13:51
I forgot to mention: if you have a question for one of the presenters, please enter it into this chat window and we'll try to get to it after the presenter finishes.
Torrey Young
14:09
Greetings all! Torrey Young, Dryad, LLC
Rich Cimino
21:27
The Mt Tam Blitz how many tree were counted ? Which species show infection? Did the Blitz occur in other areas of Marin County?
Rich Cimino
26:57
For future presentations may I ask that your power point show the common name of the trees and plants ?
Ted
28:46
how long were plants held at the different temps before the test?
5110326
28:57
Would it be possible to have a copy of the additional highly infectious SOD hosts
matteogarbelotto
32:24
Paper on 25 (ornamental) hosts is coming out before end of the year in Plant Pathology
matteogarbelotto
32:57
Mount Tam manzanitas were not identified through the Sod Blitz, only the 6 rare and endangered species from Santa Cruz
Amanda Lee
33:57
Are there any new protocols for containing spread in forests and WUI areas? Protecting susceptible oaks in particular.
matteogarbelotto
34:00
In the paper names are shown on a table with latin binomial and common name
matteogarbelotto
35:05
Temperature: all plants were kept at 20 C and then moved to different temperaures one day before inoculation and left at those temperatures until the end of the experiment
Chris Lee
36:07
Amanda, I can send you some additional references, but in the meantime, check out www.suddenoakdeath.org to explore what we have so far concerning management. There are links there to a number of useful additional lab and research group websites.
Joey H
36:16
Matteo, any sign of infection on the Proteacaea plants that are at the SC garden?
michaelgmcwilliams
38:00
what is a hotwash report?
matteogarbelotto
38:23
we tested a few but no positives. However the manzanitas were much closer to the forest with infected bays than the other species. We are talking probably 500 m further
matteogarbelotto
39:10
a few protaceae, that is
Sara Wallace
39:23
A hotwash report is an immediate after action discussion and evaluation of an agency's performance following an exercise - I had to look it up too
Blakey Lockman- USFS R6
41:32
I lost sound, did anyone else?
Ted
41:36
lost speaker audio
Sara Wallace
41:37
Yes
Yvette Gault
41:41
the audio is cutting out
Kerri Frangioso
41:55
yes
Robyn Darbyshire
41:57
yes
vikkipreston
41:58
yes
matteogarbelotto
42:04
no sound from the UK Brexit again
Blakey Lockman- USFS R6
42:04
yes, too bad!
maxlandon
42:05
yes
Kerry Wininger
42:05
yes
Diane Gasson
42:37
yes. if he turns video off it will help stream. he can send presentation to other person to share
Chris Benemann, ODA
46:53
What are plant passport nurseries?
Janell Hillman
47:23
very interesting presentation, thanks!
Mitchell NewDelman
01:03:27
Is there any comparative botanical surveys for Del Norte and Humbolt to see if there is any natural immunity from some local flora species
Rich Cimino
01:09:30
Michael Jones, may I ask is there a Marin County person who has the same SOD role you have? If yes may I ask for name and email of this person? Thank You
Chris Lee
01:12:03
Rich, Marin County has an Environmental Horticulture advisor named Steven Swain who can help you. Look for his contact info at cemarin.ucanr.edu.
michaelgmcwilliams
01:13:36
aren't these areas regularly aerial surveyed and field checked?
Kayanna Warren
01:23:27
Kayanna is also online, in case that helps for monitoring questions
Chris Lee
01:25:49
Thanks Kayanna!
Kayanna Warren
01:26:35
for what it's worth, we've been moving to a swath width about 4 miles apart rather than 2
Mitchell NewDelman
01:32:12
has multi spectral satalite images ever done
Kerri Frangioso
01:32:16
is there an;y wway that our plot surveys canhelp?
susan frankel
01:32:16
what happening with aerial survey for 2020 & in the past how much was ground checked
Barnaby.Wylder
01:32:19
How vomit inducing is the aerial surveillance?
Mitchell NewDelman
01:33:16
dead trees might be colder than love trees
Mitchell NewDelman
01:34:03
thermal spectrum
Richard Cobb
01:38:03
https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2020EF001500
Sara Wallace
01:44:53
You said 48 million dead, but how many affected??
CCooper
01:45:06
How does this mortality compare to other serious forest pests?
Yana Valachovic
01:46:10
Do Oregon's regional tanoak tree infections go into the Coast Range bin?
Ted
01:46:15
How does the model account for all the trees in OR removed in eradication efforts? Are they included in total mortality?
Yana Valachovic
01:46:48
We are 8 years since this estimate. What is your speculation for cummulative to 2020?
Sara Wallace
01:46:49
For those of us in other states, overview of management?
Kayanna Warren
01:47:26
for total numbers of dead trees reported by aerial survey, aerial survey only records dead tanoak trees. We don't attribute SOD to any non-mortality damage, and we don't attribute any non-tanoak mortality to SOD.
Chris Lee
01:48:55
Sara, not trying to ignore your questions! I can refer you to some background on this management, so I'll work on that, but in general, we're talking about removing tanoaks and bay laurels that are infected plus a buffer zone of those that might be cryptically infected.
Sara Wallace
01:49:24
No problem, wondered if was similar to nursery, and how to do in forest. Thanks
Kerri Frangioso
01:50:16
can the model be scaled back to the stand level to assess management affects?
Richard Cobb
01:52:22
All data and models are freely available online - this is a requirement of publishing in AGU journals. Anyone can download the models, the data to fit them, R code, and GIS datasets to recreate the analysis
Blakey Lockman- USFS R6
01:52:24
not seeing his screen'
Kerry Wininger
01:52:28
I can’t see his screen
Mitchell NewDelman
01:52:34
share screen
Kim Corella
01:52:38
I can't see his screen either
maxlandon
01:52:39
no
Amanda Lee
01:52:40
no
Jen Olson
01:54:09
If you have more than one monitor, you may need to move the presentation to the other monitor.
Richard Cobb
01:54:18
Re 2012 vs 2020 -- more infections and more mortalty
Richard Cobb
01:54:45
We're heading out next week to get up to date data and start developing estimates for 2020 and the future
Richard Cobb
01:55:30
RE cryptic infections - The models are predicting laboratory confirmed infections - so do not model cryptic infecitons -- that would lead to more
Kerri Frangioso
02:06:15
what types/sizes of nurseries have joined AIR? & how do they find out about the program?
Robyn Darbyshire
02:07:22
It looks fine to me in the original form
Amanda Lee
02:07:35
Looks good to me too
Richard Cobb
02:12:33
Phil's frequencies and strengths of resistance are similar to those published last year by myself, matteo, and others (measured by Matteos lab using a similar approach): https://apsjournals.apsnet.org/doi/full/10.1094/PHYTO-04-18-0142-R
Richard Cobb
02:13:07
Question: Phil - how well does resistance in acorns correlate to resistance in the mother trees?
Barnaby.Wylder
02:15:45
Is there a plan to fertilise a tolerant oak with pollen from another tolerant one to test full sib?
Richard Cobb
02:15:48
did you test the mother trees?
Kerri Frangioso
02:16:24
were all acorns collected from the n.cal area, & could you expand to the entire state?
Gary Chastagner
02:16:52
How does lesion development relate to sporulation?
Blakey Lockman- USFS R6
02:16:54
Jared's lab and Dorena are working on veg propagation to move this effort forward...
vikkipreston
02:17:12
What were the conditions, temperatures etc, for the trees sprouted out? is it just genetics that helps resistance?
Yana Valachovic
02:17:28
Last year was a poor acorn producing year. It was a lot of work to collect what we could for this initial study.
Richard Cobb
02:17:37
Relating leasing development to transmission (sporulation) seems **very** important to me
Mitchell NewDelman
02:17:40
Have you surveyed the surrounding species at both dead and healthy tanoaks to see if the vicinity is relevent
Mitchell NewDelman
02:20:27
Remediated soil wit what?
Mitchell NewDelman
02:20:41
with what sort of remediation?
Chris Benemann, ODA
02:22:55
Soil can be steam treated, fumigated, or other option listed in the USDA P. ramorum manual.
Chris Lee
02:24:53
Thanks Chris
Mitchell NewDelman
02:31:26
Steaming with water or a mixture of water and oils
Chris Benemann, ODA
02:31:37
Water.
Sarah Navarro
02:32:37
Hi Wolfgang- Have you thought about trying LAMP PCR on the water samples? Jared LeBoldus' lab is working on a protocol and it may be useful with your samples as well.
Yana Valachovic
02:33:51
Nice to see everyone's work today. Great program and excellent organization.
Mick Biddle FC
02:34:00
Thanks to you all - It’s been ace!
Mitchell NewDelman
02:34:26
thanks to ALL !
Wolfgang Schweigkofler
02:34:31
Hi Sarah, Tim Miles and Monique Salskadis from Michigan State are on the project and use LAMP for detection and comparison.
Chris Benemann, ODA
02:34:41
Thank You Everyone and thank you Chris for a great job hosting.
Barnaby.Wylder
02:35:03
Thanks everyone for the interesting presentations!
CCooper
02:35:23
Congratulations Karen!
Yana Valachovic
02:35:34
Thansk Karen! We'll miss you.
Karen Suslow
02:35:51
Thanks Chris, it has been a pleasure
Torrey Young
02:35:55
CEU?
David Rizzo
02:36:10
Thanks for all your efforts Karen!
Amanda Lee
02:36:31
Thank you all!
vikkipreston
02:36:32
Thank you all, Vikki Preston
Blakey Lockman- USFS R6
02:36:35
Thanks Chris!!
Sam Sosa
02:36:35
Thank you.
Kerry Wininger
02:36:37
Thanks to everyone and Chris!
Michael Jones
02:36:39
Thanks Chris and Janice!
Kerri
02:36:41
thank you!
Kim Corella
02:36:43
Thank you!
Blakey Lockman- USFS R6
02:36:46
Great presentations and updates!
hrickard@karuk.us
02:36:52
Thanks everyone!
Karen Suslow
02:36:54
Nice Job Chris et al.
Torrey Young
02:36:54
Suggest you go through WCISA next time to arrange for CEU's.