4 February, 2001
Those who adjusted to the boats' constant rolling spent time at the computer labs writing e-mail and reviewing papers. Others were up in the lounge watching movies. Some people read and others worked in their labs getting ready. The only labs that were active during the crossing were the bio lab, where Natalie and I were doing our water sampling at each degree of crossing. It's been a long time since I had done this and I must say I was nervous. In short order I was confident with the work. What surprised me the most was the phosphorescence of the diatoms I was examining (what is a diatom?).
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