29 September 2017 Arctic Microbes

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Logan
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LR p.7 Chemestry

LR p.7 Chemestry

RE: Logan commented on 29 September 2017 Arctic Microbes

So Logan what is your comment or question?
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McKenzie
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Have you gotten good data for

Have you gotten good data for your experiment? M.S. p-7

RE: McKenzie commented on 29 September 2017 Arctic Microbes

Yes!!!! Lots and lots and lots of data and samples and samples and data. Pretty amazing the volume of work done on this research cruise!
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Jade Sautter
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Hi Mr. Jones

Hi Mr. Jones, this is just an update on how things are going back in the zoo. I am struggling to learn IUPACanese, and have only cried twice because I've been overwhelmed (which is a good thing). Anyways I think that IUPACanese should be an actual language because it's hard stuff. It's going really well back here though, Ms. Ryburn is doing a good job teaching too. We all miss you and are excited for you to come back and share some of your stories. Anyways, I hope you haven't got frostbite yet. See you soon!
Jade S.

RE: Jade Sautter commented on 29 September 2017 Arctic Microbes

Hey Jade:
Yes IUPACanese is a language of sorts. Once you get the "words" down it all comes together with a bit of practice.
See you soon!
dj
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Camron Walsh
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CTD rosette stations

Dear Jones,
How are things going on your cruise? What are the people on the icebreaker like? I can’t wait till you get back and you get to tell us all about your amazing experience. Chem is going fine but will be much better once you are back. Do you have to take precautions to ensure that the CTD rosette stations aren’t damaged or negativity affected by wildlife? If so what are some of those precautions? Tell Mr. DeGrandpre that I say hi and that I hope things are going well for him too. See you soon Jones.
Camron Walsh

Re: Camron Walsh commented on 29 September 2017 Arctic Microbes

Things are good Cam. We are almost through. CTD rosette casts pretty much go down and come back up. Not a lot of wildlife to worry about. The biggest danger is to the crew who is out there on the edge handling the rosette. Those individuals have to be harnessed up and clipped in to a safety tether all the time. In big waves that thing can be moving around a bunch!
dj

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Hannah Santamaria
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What has been the most

What has been the most interesting thing you have seen while up there?

Re: Hannah Santamaria commented on 29 September 2017 Arctic...

Seeing the Polar bears was pretty cool. As far as interesting, watching the recovery and redeployment of the moorings is pretty interesting.
dj

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CO2 and pH Studies of the Arctic Ocean

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Location: Beaufort Sea
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Latitude: 72° 31' 0" N
Longitude: 140° 31' 60" W
Weather Summary: Partly sunny, big swells
Temperature: 1˚ C
Wind Speed: 20-30 knots

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