Category Archives: Measuring stuff

Not in Texas anymore……

This blog has suffered in attention deficit along with a number of other things during the first couple of weeks. The schedule is pretty hectic with all the usual fieldwork usual frenetic running instruments, tracking data, making ongoing modifications and … 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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Heading north for a few days (or “Man cannot drive on crisps alone” if the Ginsters pasty van is to be believed)

Just off the back end of this brief spell of nice weather things start rolling from a teaching perspective. Today a small advance party are driving up to the Lochranza field centre which is at the north end of the … Continue reading

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