Bank Holiday Treat

June 4, 2012

It was great to see Danni Pearce, Ph.D student from the University of Worcester back from her coring trip in (not so sunny) Scotland. The site visit went well, despite the weather, and the team managed to secure an 8 m sequence from a boat, at the edge of the Loch, using a Beeker Sampler.

Danny has promised to provide a more detailed account of her field trip but in the meantime she (or as she let slip – her mother) spoilt us rotten when she returned the equipment, bringing delicious cakes!

Thanks Danni – we can’t wait to hear more about the trip!

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