Archive for June, 2018

 

Day 21 – pHun in the Kitchen

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        Sorry! Mike here, forgot to post last night, everyone was working on their final papers and trying to polish up the final presentation. Somehow, purple team found time to make everyone some amazing taquitos and quesadillas!   The end is near, miss the good old days of field work!   Fungia […]

Day 20: All Sun-gia, No Fungia, and No Worries et al.

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The students woke up today with the knowledge that it would be our last encounter with Biology 403 field work in the bay, which left a bittersweet taste in our wetsuits. It was the first time that it truly felt as though our adventure was winding down when it would be the last time entering […]

Day 19: On this episode of Survivor…

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This morning started off in the classroom working on our results with Dr. Wedding and Dr. Bahr. We continued developing our maps on ArcGIS and working in our results until lunch time. Presenting them in groups helped us to improve and clarify our discussions. After lunch, half the group headed out in the boats, the […]

Day 18: G-I-S-S-I-N-G

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Today I woke up to a nice, breezy, and partly cloudy morning. As I woke up, my mind was on automatic pilot, and it seemed like another wonderful day. It wasn’t until later that I realized today was different, that today would be the beginning of the end of our journey on this island within an […]

DAY 17: SHE SELLS STATS BY THE SEA SHORE

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Bri from the purple team here! As we near the end of our field days all the teams are going crazy running analysis on all the data we’ve collected! And boy is there a lot of it. Dr. Bahr was kind enough to give us a lecture on the JMP program today that is going […]

Day 16: You Can’t Spell Fungia Without Fun… or UNG

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Day 16 on Coconut Island. Last night, we got the exciting opportunity to watch coral spawn at midnight, pictures of which can be seen below: Our second instructor, Lisa Wedding, arrived on Coconut island last night in order to teach us how to use the GIS mapping program to map our reef results as we […]