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Category Archives: Bernoulli Project Log
Today was a good day. Today we labeled the calculations of Decker’s Creek and Yellow Creek.
As Session 3 begins, the Bernoulli team jumped right into action by focusing on the project goals. With a Christmas gift basket in hand as a token of appreciation and the upcoming holidays, the team met with their favorite hydrologist and … Continue reading
Yellow Creek Water Level As Session 2 comes to a close, the Bernoulli group is crunching numbers and coming up with new data. To graph or not to graph? That is the question…
As the days warm up, the snow is melting at a drastic rate. Several members headed down to Yellow Creek to observe the flooding.
Even in 60 degree weather, the cold knee-high snow still freezes out the team. Today, we trekked down to our research spot on Yellow Creek to collect more data.
After our arrival today, we met with our scientist Ed Watson. As individual assignments, each team member presented background research on our project.
Our last day of work. We met with Ed to discuss individual assignments to complete for November’s meeting. We then headed to the computer lab to crunch some numbers for velocity, trends, area, etc
Yellow Creek Graph Today, October 27, the Bernoulli team finished calculations of the rate of discharge (output) and continued with the research of creek velocity. We donned waders once again and hiked down to our research spot along Yellow Creek.
After learning about the hydrologic cycle and using topo maps to designate our Yellow Creek watershed yesterday in the lab, we prepared for a morning of surveying and measuring the creek. Carrying equipment and water boots, we took a hike … Continue reading