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Yes, we do some work here

What the field work was like

sunny 38 °C

Time's rushing we all know. And the fact that the time ticks a lot slower here than in Germany doesn't help to much. With the beginning of October we started our two field work project. Both took about three weeks, so that we're finished with that part now and go on with our reports.
01380021_red.jpgNico measuring heights of the trees01380019_red.jpgMe writing down the data

The second part of our work was a recheck of already measured data. For this we had to travel a lot through the 30,000 hectares of plantations.

Road in the 'Serra da Lua' close to the border with Guyana
Bar at the end of nowhere. Good place for lunch though - and a 'orelhao', too!

Now it's more the work in the office with air condition and clean clothes - a different thing.

See you there!


Posted by flavono 09:57 Archived in Brazil

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