Where has all of the time gone?
June: Collecting overhead photos with a toy drone.
A bit of what we have been up to the past six months in photos. We also worked inside many days, teaching classes and writing papers and proposals. It hasn’t been all fun and games, though. A horrible summer in terms of funding, with all of our grant proposals being rejected (insert clip art here of man with pockets turned inside out). On a positive note, Charlie Deaton joined the lab over the summer. He is in many of the photos below.
June: Outreach activities.
June: Waiting for the interview to begin.
June: Vibracoring old washovers at Onslow Beach.
July: Dune vegetation surveys with Barrier Island Geology and Ecology class.
July: Oyster reef research in Shallotte, NC.
August: Lab hiking trip. We started after work and ended after dark…unforgettable, in a good way.
October: Testing the BlueView sonar 3D scanner in the neighborhood pool. Best place to learn how to use new gear.
September: Visiting oyster sills in the White Oak River Estuary, NC.
August: Selecting a site to monitor marsh-shoreline movement.
August: Lots of samples were incinerated to measure loss on ignition.
October: Donuts go well with field work. These were especially delicious.
October: Documenting modifications to a washover fan.
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