Posted on June 26, 2013
Today was a not-a-whole-lot day.
All I really did was go to the field for a couple of hours to put in a level logger and help Gordan collect some salinity points. Then we waited around for a while to get a ride back to the barn, where I got back to the data-crunching I started yesterday. As of right now, I think I have most of the data I need, so I’ve started to produce a series of maps to help me organize my ideas and get a better feel for the trends I’ve noticed. There’s still some work to do, but a lot of it will have to wait for tomorrow because I’m absolutely exhausted right now and I don’t think I’ll get much more done tonight.
It was also our night to cook dinner, but unlike last week, we just had some pre-prepared food to heat up and some vegetables to sauté, so it only took a couple of hours. After dinner, I continued to work on my maps, and get an idea of what I still need to consider and talk with the professors and TAs about before I can call the question even remotely answered.
This is probably the shortest blog-post yet, but I’m quickly falling asleep at the computer, so I think it’s bed time. Goodnight!