Logo images by Kent Loeffler, Paul Weston & Craig Cramer
In addition to all the Citizen Scientists who are essential to the success of this project, the team that helped bring this project together includes:
Department of Entomology
E. Richard Hoebeke - Researcher, detection of and survey for exotic insects in North America.
Carolyn Klass - Insect Diagnostic Laboratory , youth participation, insect identification and management.
Paul Weston - VLB researcher - charting geographical range, evaluating biorational insecticides and biological control, characterizing factors associated with resistance and susceptibility, determining degree-day thresholds for larval and adult emergence, photos.
Department of Horticulture
Lori Bushway - Project coordinator.
Craig Cramer - Website coordinator.
Marcia Eames-Sheavly - Youth participation, artwork.
Tracey Kast - Program assistant, research and planning.
Charlie Mazza - Master Gardener participation, photos.
Cornell Center for the Environment
Nancy Trautmann - Project advisor.
Cornell Cooperative Extension
David Swaciak - Viburnum key, video.
Paul Treadwell - Webmaster, hosting.
Department of Plant Pathology
Kent Loeffler - Photography.
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Project coordinator: Lori Bushway, email@example.com
Website design: Craig Cramer firstname.lastname@example.org
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