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3D Printing and a Storm

This week started out as a scorcher. Monday went without too much of a hassle when gathering data. We were only missing a chance to switch out the batteries for our Atmospheric Research Trailer for Environmental Monitoring and Interactive Science. … Continue reading

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A New Set of Tools

Week 7 held a lot of preparation for what will happen in the next two weeks. As Deanna will leave us to more independent work, Nicki and I started to focus more on coding and Raman Spectroscopy. For a majority … Continue reading

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Lawrence University Science Institute

The day of the Lawrence University Science Institute carried eventful show casing of our summer research. With bright eyed prospective students and a lot of work to be done, there was not a boring moment. Nicki, Deanna, and I met … Continue reading

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Digging In

Gathering Ozone, NOx, and Kestrel data has become more efficient with Deanna’s checklist for ARTEMIS operations. We finished in a record time of 3 hours and with more independence than before! Luckily we only encountered Sunny and partially cloudy weather … Continue reading

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Getting Our Feet on Site

This week Nicki has arrived for research and at a great time too! All the work on calibrations and getting familiar with the Ozone monitor and NOx monitor paid off for letting me feel prepared to use them on site. … Continue reading

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Slow Starts Are Okay

Hi everyone, this is the first blog post I’m sharing. Last week has been full of getting the hang of calibrating the Ozone Monitor, TSI OPS, and NOx Box. The excel templates used to organize each data set was tricky … Continue reading

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