Monthly Archives: February 2013

Mountains in the Clouds

Well I would like to say I did extraordinary and exciting things today. In reality, i mostly wrapped loose ends associated with research in far flung places on the globe. Customs paperwork, lots of packing and cleaning, and a bit … Continue reading

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How long do ice holes stick around?

A student in Julia McFarland’s class at Egan Junior High asked “how often do you have to redrill the holes in the ice.” The answer is… well it depends. Two factors really impact this 1) how often you tend to … Continue reading

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Warm weather diving.

In the last post I pointed out that it was pretty warm out. I spoke to soon. The weather stayed sunny but the wind has picked up and this late in the season there is nothing in the way of … Continue reading

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