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Sampling Lake Borgne

Last week David and I got up early enough to duck a series of storms coming through the region for some sunny sampling on Lake Borgne. 88 more words

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Growth curves from 61 isolates (in duplicate) after their first transfer from Mike’s last HPC experiment.


Culturing Yeast for Brewing

Winter time is brew time here, temperatures are mild but not cold in the sub-tropics, thus there is no need to heat or refrigerate for the perfect brewing temperature. 399 more words


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First run on the Barataria Transect

Yesterday I joined Jim Lee and Charlie Milan to help them execute sampling for the monthly Barataria Transect, one of Eugene Turner’s projects. His lab has been doing this transect, monthly, since 1994 to monitor water chemistry and some of the biology that occurs across this contiguous estuarine system. 179 more words


Platform dive 1 to service LUMCON hypoxia SONDEs

Yesterday I did my checkout dive with LUMCON’s dive safety officer Lora Pride. I’m working on getting certified for scientific┬ádiving, according to the AAUS… 406 more words

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Storify about freeze-thaw selection on cultures

There was a twitter conversation today about the relative changes that occur during domestication of bacteria. One element of the thread was the degree to which freezing (and thawing) imposes selection on cultures. 25 more words