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Wednesday 6-24-15

Steven Roberts came to help out today, which made the Wednesday cleaning/collecting larvae only take about 2.5 hours. He did all of the larval counts, filtered out the SS larval catches, and cleaned many of the buckets. 260 more words

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Setting up an Oyster Garden

Monday (June 8) was my first day out at the NOAA Manchester Research Station in Washington State. Specifically, I’m working in the Kenneth K. Chew Center for Shellfish Research and Restoration… 460 more words

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Dec. 4, 2014

PCR of 16S Region

  • Verifying species identity as some may have actually been juvenile C. gigas
  1. BC3_7 redo
  2. BC3_11 redo
  3. BC3_12
  4. BC3_13
  5. BC3_15
  6. BC3_16
  7. BC3_17…
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Wed. Nov. 5, 2014

Ran out PCR from 11/4 and CA1_13-16

  • Gel was not bright on left side
  • All PCR bands were bright except 13,15,16
  •  DNA extracts
    • 13: 5…
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Sunday, Sept. 7 2014

Sample storage

  • Finished checking all tubes to make sure tissue was covered in liquid at the bottom
    • 5 unlabeled tubes mixed between CA 5, 6, and WA O/P samples…
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Blood, Sweat, Mud, and Oyster Guts

Thursday, July 26, 2014

Breakfast was at 4:30am, followed by gearing up for work in the tidal flats. This involves hip boots, a bright orange Pvc rain bib, my matching orange Carhartt rain jacket, and lots of layers. 1,099 more words

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Study: Native oysters in SF Bay

Andrew Chang, a 2009 Delta Science Fellowship recipient, is currently a postdoctoral researcher with the San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and Smithsonian Environmental Research Center. 1,070 more words

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