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Bayou Savage Results 2: degree of canister openness

by sara | July 18, 2012 22:55 | 53 views | 1 comments | #2867 | 53 views | 1 comments | #2867 18 Jul 22:55

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Scott made a set of predictions about the impact of openness of the canisters on results from the test strips:

http://publiclaboratory.org/notes/eustatic/7-14-2012/bayou-sauvage-h2s-expectations-question

The results seem to concur with his predictions. Scott and Shannon what do you make of these?

I am working on scanning each sample and will post a note later tonight showing the results based on the second set of predictions.


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what this says, to me, is that height of the canisters is irrelevant in the conditions the test was in.

that is the take away for matthew--we can capture all the variability without varying height.

We might next try to vary the samples in time.

I think a 5 foot height most approximates a nose, yes? let's just make all the samples human height going forward.

i may check on that weather record, to see whether there was no wind. perhaps, under more windy conditions, we would not see this result.

scott

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