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final two days

Posted on July 7, 2012 by Alessandra Pistoia

I spent Friday morning completing my data analysis.  Unfortunately, I discovered that all my samples were seawater with the exception of two spring samples.  Go figure!  Although I was unable to classify rock origin and presence of submarine groundwater discharge, the process was still useful for showing what could be done with water samples by using the ion chromatography and by using ArcMap to visually represent this data.

To read a more in depth explanation of my research process click here.

After a long day of work, Courtney invited us all over to her house.  Her mom made chicken enchiladas, delicious!  We also enjoyed beer while lounging in her jacuzzi.  Beer:30 at its finest!

 

We gave our poster presentations today.  Tacos followed soon after.  Glad to be finished, sad to leave these people.

 

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