Puget Plankton ChroniclesNovember 3 2014
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Visibility has been pretty good lately, i think we've made it to our 'winter vis' month. This means that the plankton pickings are a bit sparse but that's why we have our little robot buddy! Testing is going well, i'm getting the tether pretty sorted out. I'm starting to sketch out ideas for the plankton net, i'm thinking of something pretty light weight that i can string out underneath the robot. I'd like to catch enough of the bioluminescent plankton that I can fill up a mason jar and show people our amazing green fire bioluminescence.
Have you been thinking about getting a microscope so you could fuel your curiosity and get a closer look at the world around you? Look no further! If you have a smart phone, a local hardware store, and a little tiny bit of skills with tools, then make one of these!!
Puget Sound is alive. Every drop. The pollution that runs into Puget Sound is flowing into the base of the food chain.
If you like sea critters, forage fish, salmon, orcas, sea birds, etc... then you like plankton!
Plankton captures the energy from the sun and makes it bio-available to every thing up the food web.