Monthly Archives: June 2016

Calibrating to the start of summer

First blog post! To kickoff this summer, we headed to Adams farm to see where we will be doing our field testing. Deanna staked out a small plot where we will set ARTEMIS up in about 2 weeks. It was great … Continue reading

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I Did Not Break the HPLC

Hi there! This is my first post and this week my goal was to go through a tutorial on the HPLC. I had work the HPLC once analytical chemistry, but because it was with a class I did not step up it … Continue reading

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What did we learn from the Summer 2015 Campaign

Hello all ! After a long hiatus in posting I wanted to update you on what we seem to be seeing from the data we collect last summer in the Williston Basin. As the data is collect during different weather … Continue reading

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A Step Up

The transition from school absolutely killing me the last week, to hibernating for a week in the comfort of my basement with a friend, and now working a 9-some undetermined time job has been quite…smooth. A week, I believe, is … Continue reading

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