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Heat conductivity of found material

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In laboratory six the students continued to explore the heat conductivity of various objects I have gathered over the years. Rods, rebar, rocks, bolts.


The large cup contains water brought to a boil, the small cup contains a small amount of room temperature water.

Hot water going in
Board notes

Nagsia
Diane, Anster
Michelle
The set-up in the room temperature water side of the cup

Data gathered

Heat conductivity of found material

Image
In laboratory six the students continued to explore the heat conductivity of various objects I have gathered over the years. Rods, rebar, rocks, bolts.


The large cup contains water brought to a boil, the small cup contains a small amount of room temperature water.

Hot water going in
Board notes

Nagsia
Diane, Anster
Michelle
The set-up in the room temperature water side of the cup

Data gathered

Ohigan Haruki Cemetery clean-up

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With the Spatthoglottis plicata buried in Ischaemum polystachyum, after a brief introduction I turned over attendance to Vanessa and the camera to LynnJella. After class I passed out a handout on Japanese era Palikir.


The area was already partially cleaned up as a security measure for the Pacific Island Forum,  the front area along the road cleared as part of a security perimeter.



LynnJella was instructed to obtain images of people working. Raking in action.

April Suzuki
Cleaning 
Clearing brush
Pulling grass

Women with long knives


Natasha
Rose Jany Torres
Vanessa


Mary-Ann Henry
Mitchell Marino