Seamonster in Fiji – it doesn’t all go to plan

Today we were supposed to catch a ferry out to our field site. But the ferry is delayed so instead we’re catching a bus-boat combo and arriving a day late (and we only have a week set aside for science). That’s tropical fieldwork for you.

And just to show you that things don’t always go to plan, here’s a few of the sillier bits from our first video shoot here in Fiji.

[vimeo]https://vimeo.com/69113437[/vimeo]

I’m in Fiji with Joshua Drew from Columbia University and his team of research students. We’re soon heading out to our field site to start ths science!

Be sure to check out a couple of fantastic blogs from our Fiji team: Erin Eastwood and Amy McDermott

#CUinFiji

2 Responses to “Seamonster in Fiji – it doesn’t all go to plan”

  1. John Bruno says:

    I am luvin your posts Helen. Esp the images from the markets. And I checked out Erin and Amy’s blogs: they rock! We should add them to the links in the sidebar.

  2. Helen Scales says:

    cool, yeah for sure! We should definitely add erin and amy’s blogs. Could you add that to the list for us?

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