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Mountain Waters of the Czech Republic

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June 3, 2009: Forest and water readings

Roche_on_the_mountain We spend the day working at a local water reservoir. It is about 6 degrees C and very windy. We take a short tour deep inside the dam wall. Afterwards, our team works on the slopes, taking forest stand readings including tree heights, canopy cover and soil readings. It is a good day and we finish ahead of schedule. The main meal is a goulash soup and sweet dumplings! Later Josef arranges to take us to an opera in a nearby city. It’s a spectacular event and everybody really enjoys the experience. Tomorrow is data input day.
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Sounds like a tough gig, Will. I hope your Nikon SLR is getting some use so we can see the results. I also hope you're enjoying the monitoring, and some of the world's best beer.

Ian Lockley | Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 3:02PM

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