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Posted on June 26, 2013

It’s crunch time. We have two days left to wrap up our projects and throw together both a presentation and a paper on the matter. I can tell that I am going to get a little sick of the barn today. I didn’t get a chance to go back to the valley and hike up to the ridge like I wanted to. Maybe if there is time tomorrow and if I can get all of my work done early I can grab the bus down there.


I’m planning on doing quite a few things today for my project. Just a few of my notes include:

change the name of isolated coral to a rock name

know what the ERDAS tool does

do a new classification in ERDAS

metadata for conductivity/temp data

look up more about mapping coral

look up more about coral habitat

figure out where likely seeps are based on my data & compare it to where people say seeps are

finish adding data to the snorkel photo point layer


compare my findings to the literature in k bay (with GPR)



Get photos organized


start pulling out valuable information from the readings


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