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  1. Wind WatchSalish Sea ExpeditionApril 18-20, 2009 Hannah “Caht” Hayes, Kayla Stewart, Krystal Stewart, Elena Larson, Sarah McCollum, Traci Recor, Bryce Karalus, and Ryan Hartwell.

  2. Boat Information • “Carlyn” is a 61 foot yawl • Built in 1996 • Coast Guard certified to hold thirty passengers, and can hold sixteen passengers to sleep • Four sails: mizzen, jib, stay’sl • and main , two cabins, and two toilets • Student participation includes: releasing and lowering of sails, line handling, navigation and steerage. • Includes an onboard oceanographic laboratory for the benefit of research

  3. Day 1: Science • Went over hypothesis • Learned Materials: - Plankton nets - Niskin Bottle - Flow Meter - oxygen Probe • Worked out the variables of our experiment • Created procedures for the science launch • Looked at the weather and tides • Learned knots for tying the equipment • Did our first science launch

  4. Day 1: Sailing • Learned the different types of sails - Main - Jib - Stay’sl - Mizzen • Learned the different lines - Halyard - Sheet • Knots - Square - Figure eight

  5. Day 1: Evening--Camping • Anchored at Spencer’s Spit and boated to the island • We set up camp, made dinner, and ate • We then walked the beach and the spit - Played “Camouflage” - Found and played with Geo-Ducks • Campfire Fun - Played “Fun Fun” - Had Smores - Bonded

  6. Day 2: Science • Gathered all plankton and info without help • Sifted phytoplankton and zooplankton into graduated cylinders • Observed plankton under microscopes

  7. Day 2: Sailing • Raised the sails • Steered the boat • Tacked the sails • Chose a rout to James Island

  8. Day 2: Night on Carlyn • Cleaned the Carlyn - Scrubbed deck - Wrote log for the day - Made dinner - Cleaned the Heads • Hiked around James Island • 3 students went out on the row boat • Did some dredging around the dock • Had dinner • Played Games • -“Fantasy” • -“Mafia”

  9. Day 3: Sailing & Science • Both groups worked together to divide into jobs • Everyone was doing something - Setting sails - Navigate to destination - Steer - Deploy science equipment - Work on flow charts • Sailed into harbor, docked, unloaded - Major cleaning of the Carlyn and equipment • Final fair wells!

  10. Map of Island The different color lines represents the 1st (orange), 2nd (blue) and 3rd (black) day trips.

  11. Hypothesis Ifyou take samples at two meters and eight meters Thenthere will be more phytoplankton, zooplankton, and oxygen at two meters Becausephytoplankton needs sunlight to survive, and zooplankton needs oxygen produced by the phytoplankton

  12. Materials • Dissolved Oxygen Probe- Measures the oxygen in the water • Niskin Bottle-Collects water samples • Flow Meter-Measures current speed • Phytoplankton Net-Collects Phytoplankton • Zoo plankton Net-Collects Zoo plankton

  13. 2 Meter Data

  14. 8 Meter Data

  15. Conclusion • Our information did not support our hypothesis. • More Phytoplankton and Zooplankton at 8m instead of 2m • Oxygen levels were higher at 2m than 8m but only slightly, but still supports prediction that more oxygen would be at 2m

  16. Bibliography • McColloch, Jenny. Salish Sea Expeditions. 1994. May 13, 2009 http://www.salish.org/educatorsonly • Salish Sea. Mount Si High School. Google Maps. 14 May 2009 http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie