Category Archives: fieldwork

So what exactly was Cloud Lab all about?

Since I have come back a number of people have asked about my ‘holiday’ in the United States with the BBC. It is strange, I have done a great many field campaigns over the last few years and in general they … Continue reading

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Farewell to Florida

I have spent a great many hours watch the world go by at low level and I am often transported back to my schooldays sitting in Alan Leedham’s geography lessons. For this trip the ones that immediately spring to mind … Continue reading

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Chocks away for the Cloud Lab: Installation and test flight in the bag.

It is going to be quite difficult to avoid this sounding like Big Brother, a number of people have used the phrase “day xxx in the Cloud Lab”…….  Overall the simplest way to describe how our journey will progress it’s … Continue reading

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In the tiny space between #Arran2013 and the Cloud Lab Expedition.

Yesterday morning we climbed about the bus for the short journey from Lochranza to Brodick and then a hop over the water to Ardrossan and our onward journeys. The previous night had been the course hand-in deadline,followed by the awarding … Continue reading

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