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Day 23: Starting to come together

Posted on June 26, 2013

A rainy, indoor data day.  I am encouraged by my question, at the same time discouraged at being able to get good data.

My answer with thermal will probably be that caves can not be differentiated from vegetation (which there is a lot of).  Tomorrow I will spend one more day getting a thermal close up of the David Morgan cave to prove this, as the thermal I have been using appears to be at a great distance.

Also, Dr. Wechsler is helping me discover how to lie the vertical portion of my map so that I can make contour lines.  Stayed up past my beloved bedtime trying to make this work.  IF there are caves that can be recognized in this manner, this will be the only means of locating caves with the technologies that I have experienced in this program, thus far.

Will chug away at it early tomorrow.


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