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Jake Wittman

Jake Wittman

Practicing open-science methods in entomological research ranges from clearly detailing field-work methods—for instance, hanging small logs containing emerald ash borer parasitoids to measure their ability to overwinter, as shown here—to properly organizing and sharing the resulting data and documenting data-analysis methods. (Photo courtesy of Jake Wittman)

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