Saturday, June 14, 2014

Fog and slugs

The fog rolled in last night along with 20 knot winds. Listening to the invisible ocean crash and disintegrate in surf on the rocks is a little unsettling when you know you have all of your collecting devices and several hundred dollars’ worth of data loggers tied to bits of line. Fingers crossed my stuff doesn’t disappear into the ocean…again.
Also found a very cool nudibranch Aeolidia papillosa in the intertidal yesterday, the largest sea slug in the Gulf of Maine. Quite a few of us geeked out over it for a while instead of doing work.

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