This is probably one of the prettier shores we have the luck to work on. And here are two nice little fellas that were deployed in this shore Tomorrow is the turn of Biarritz, France. Too bad the weather isn’t sunnier 🙁
A shot of beautiful central Portugal where I went yesterday to service temperature loggers and recording intertidal species from rocky shores. This is Baleal. And tomorrow Buarcos!
Today it was Wembury’s turn. Some loggers were damaged, but I managed to get the data I came for. In the end it all went well, and I even got some friends saying hello! Now on back to France…
And during the same low tide, temperature loggers in northern France were also being serviced. Now it’s time to cross the Channel!
Today we started the annual field season to service and replace the damaged loggers on our European sensor network. Here’s a picture from northern Spain featuring dinosaur footprints in the background and a robolimpet in the foreground.
We will be present at TIBE (Trends in Biodiversity and Evolution), the annual meeting organized by CIBIO. It will take place from 28 to 30 of June 2017. This year’s theme is bio-logging and we will be talking about our variety of electronic gadgets that we use to study climate and biogeography. See you all there!
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We are now preparing our annual European-scale trip to service our network of temperature sensors (robolimpets). At this stage we are making 200 new robolimpets to replace those that cannot be re-deployed or repaired in the field.