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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Thus ends our scientific journey aboard the Melville, all that is left to do is clean up and go home. Samples are labeled, inventoried, and lashed down for the ~18hr boat ride home. The tables have been mostly cleared of … Continue reading
The cruise is coming to an end. We had our last educator’s meeting this evening. Tomorrow we pack up, clean up and prepare to unload the boat. The transit back to San Diego will take 14 hours. With any luck … Continue reading
As we prepare for our final night on the R/V Melville I find my self on the aft deck reflecting on the week past. As I look out over the water and see the now customary raft of sea lions … Continue reading
October 2, 2010 On this final day of Cal-echoes research expedition I would like to pull together some final thoughts for my students to consider. The first is how important and critical it is for all students to have the … Continue reading
October 1, 2010 I thinkthe week is coming to an end. there are several ways in which I know this. 1. All of my clothes have mud on them. (That’s as straight forward as its sounds) I’m running out of … Continue reading
I’m happy to report that the educational goal of producing a video each day on different themes and getting it to the classroom for the entire week has been achieved. We have even gone over and above that by having … Continue reading
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