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July 26, 2019


It is Thursday. We have basically wrapped up our entire project. This whole week we have been adding corrections and finishing touches to our manuscript, presentation, poster and data files. Dr. Bernal and Nigel have left, and I nearly cried. Mae and I...

July 22, 2019

Monday morning, I spent a good half of the day writing up in our manuscript, what had been conducted in R and the steps it took to finish. R ran smoothly and efficiently. I like the program a lot. After writing I joined Mae in dismantling our models back to their origi...

July 15, 2019

We are nearing the end of week 6. I am especially excited because we have one deployment left! Next week, Tuesday, we are set to deploy our last set of models. So far, I can say with confidence that our attack rates have surpassed 20%. I have been practicing with the p...

July 8, 2019

My birthday was June 30. A Sunday. So, I didn’t celebrate with everyone at Martell. Instead, Megan made me chocolate cupcakes, and everyone signed a card for me for July 1st. So sweet! Many say it shouldn’t have been a surprise at that point, but to be quite honest, I...

July 1, 2019

This week has been another challenging one. Monday, we started our second deployment of our project. The edge habitat that we have sampled so far is thick with thorns, thin trees, and poison ivy. I expect most of our sites to be this way. No matter! We don’t call ourse...

June 24, 2019

Good news! We are finished with our third week and already from both our pilot study and first deployment we were able to retrieve over a 30% attack rate on our model frogs. That means we will have plenty of data to work with. This did not come so easily, however.

On Mo...

June 16, 2019

Hello there! Maggie again. I am now finished with week two and I can’t express how happy I am with the dynamic Mae, Nigel and I share. Mae is my research partner and Nigel is our mentor. I can’t express my happiness without bringing up our professor mentor, Dr. Bernal....

June 11, 2019

Hi everyone! My name is Magdalena. I graduated from Purdue May of 2019 with a bachelor’s degree of science in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. I chose that major because I am in love with the ocean, specifically marine biology. On the left is a picture of me doing one o...

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