Richard Kirby, a plankton scientist at
, wrote to us
recently to about the new Secchi Disk project.
It is a really simple way of measuring plankton abundance with a
circular home made disc and graduated line or measuring tape. It is all about citizen science and we'd
encourage every-one to take a look at the web site and help out. After all plankton provide us with about half the oxygen we breath. Plymouth University,
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
If you have enjoyed following Narama’s Voyage on our blog, we have put together a book!
Have a look at the Blurb website where you can look at the book and order one if you like.
This book was not professionally editted, but we did have fun putting it together. Enjoy!