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Assembling My Experiment and Beginning Water Stabilization -Nick

This has been the most exciting two weeks so far in the duration of this project. This is because all of my materials arrived, so I was able to start to assemble my experiment. This also meant that all of my knowledge about my experiment and my procedure because I needed to properly compile all of my materials and place everything with intention and purpose.

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Gathering Materials and Planning Setup – Nick

   These two weeks have been a bit of a change. Instead of looking at different research articles and various YouTube tutorials, I was actually able to make this vision start to come to life with the addition of the first round of materials. This means that the next phase of my project is beginning.

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Introducing New Concepts and Building a Concrete Structure to the Project – Nick

   The past two weeks has been a relatively kinetic time span in terms of planning out the logistics of this project. I say this because there have been a lot of different things/ideas that have come into light that are taking this project to new heights.

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Compiling Materials and a Procedure – Nick

    The past two weeks have been anything but dull. Whether it was doing addition background research, watching videos of people building acrylic tanks, or reading in textbooks saying that ocean acidity could possibly not be a factor in the effect on the growth of corals worldwide. However, the most taxing task throughout these two weeks has been compiling a materials list and a long-term procedure. Continue reading

The Effect of Global Climate Change on Coral Reefs – Nick

 

    Everyone loves the beach. Whether it’s the Jersey shore, beautiful Caribbean beaches, or even the white cliffs of dover. Well, whether you may know it or not, these beautiful ecosystems are in danger. The threat, however, is not something that can be seen from your chair in the sand, it can be seen when you venture out into the alien-like world of the reefs of the ocean. Continue reading