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Nearing the end of the season...

We enjoyed one early morning together at Pillar Point in the beginning of June, surveying one of our permanent plots. Rebecca and I also went out in mid-June and deployed three temperature loggers that will record once every 20 minutes. We're interested in seeing what range of temperatures are experienced in different levels of the intertidal throughout the day - when submerged and when out of the water. We'll download our first batch of data during the first week of July!

Our upcoming dates - the last ones until late October/early November!:
Thursday, July 2
Friday, July 17
Friday, July 31 OR Saturday, August 1

Send us a message if you'd like to join us!

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Posted on June 24, 2015 05:00 PM by kestrel kestrel | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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Pillar Point reef, south of San Francisco on the San Mateo coast (and home to the famous Maverick’s Surf Contest), is a diverse, rocky, intertidal site directly adjacent to the Montara State Marine Reserve. When the reserve was established as a California State Marine Protected Area in 2007, the Pillar Point reef was intentionally excluded from the reserve boundaries for use as a control site. ...more ↓

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