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Fieldwork can be challenging, but there is nothing like the feeling you get after a really good instrument deployment...

Fieldwork can be challenging, but there is nothing like the feeling you get after a really good deployment dive…

Thre are not that many female cave divers, and even fewer who speak fluent Spanish. So sometimes I attract a crowd of people curious about what all these crazy gringos are doing in rubber suits.

There are not that many female cave divers, and even fewer who speak Spanish. So sometimes I attract a crowd of people curious about what all these crazy gringos are doing in rubber suits. I think I convinced him that hydrologists were pretty cool.

You can never have too many toys!

You can never have too many toys!

Never rent your bungalow to a cave research scientist! These are before & after shots from one of our fieldwork trips…

My husband has volunteered on research expeditions many times over the years. Together we are developing an open-source underwater instrument system for environmental research (See: the Cave Pearl Project blog for details)

Somehow I keep ending up on archaeology projects with these guys. I think it’s because we all really “dig” holes in the ground 😉

Nothing makes Maggie happier than a smelly rock covered with microbial slime, and yes, Mat always looks like a pirate.

Cave explorers are the only ones who could make cave scientists look normal by comparison 🙂

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