Today the clouds finally broke up, but the wind persisted which cancelled the boat trip… or so we thought! After leaving the marina and heading to the beach, we were tracked down by some of the Bimini Undersea staff to tell us that the wind had died down and we would be going out. We rushed back to the dock and left for an afternoon of searching for the dolphins. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to see any dolphins, but Maria got to learn how to use the GPS and track our positioning. She also learned about the array and the still camera and a little bit about motion sickness (which we think she will overcome soon). The weather should be getting better throughout the rest of the week, so we have high hopes for data collection. Until then, Maria & Kel
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