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Day 24:

Posted on June 27, 2013 by Scott Honda

Today was the last day in the field. Paul flew the Phantom over the area where we thought the offshore fishpond wall was. It was very difficult to judge just how far and high the Phantom Quad-Copter was flying at. Paul, Mike and I also took one last tour through the Ka’a’awa Valley. I’ll remember this place with fond memories.

Once we got back from the barn I began to process my data and started throwing my entire project together. I got a few processes done in Erdas, like my index ratios and my principle component analysis. I’m pretty happy with the results as the resulting images really highlighted the fishpond wall. I also began to write my final report, it was a rough start. For me it usually is as I try to gather my thoughts and explain my ideas in a logical manner.

Our team, group four, also had to cook today. We heated up some leftover lasagna and made a bunch of salad and fruit salad. Peter and Thomas also made some sort of soup. It was a pretty simple dinner.

Tomorrow will be the last day to put our projects together and begin our preparations for the presentations on Friday.

 

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