Today I serviced loggers in the final shore of this block of fieldwork trips. With its characteristic cover of oysters, Royan is quite different compared to the other shores in our European network of loggers. Work was complicated by a constant drizzle, but not too much. The oysters cover a lot of the substrate, making it quite hard to pinpoint… Read more »
After begging the ferry officials to let me be among the first to exit upon arrival, they were kind enough to let me be the very first! This allowed a swift passage through border control, and ensured that I could arrive at the shore (which was 300 km away from the port) just a few minutes after low tide. Work… Read more »
Hi, today we briefly entered the French territory to service and deploy some more loggers Some perspectives of the amazing shore at Biarritz Here’s how it looks like to service the loggers in a touristic location … the only problem is not having any opportunity to swim… it’s time to return to Portugal 🙁 See you in an year, Biarritz!