After the day of calm, a non-stop day of work. Within an hour of arriving (i.e; by 3 o'clock in the morning), Morten had solved a serious two days of data lost when a computer crashed crisis. By 9:30 am, a blearlily sleep-deprived sediment trap retrieval team had hit the water in a horrifically wet, cold, foggy rain. The aggregate team was back to their nonstop measurement of respiration rates and sinking velocities and their keeping of the filtration team filtering from 9 to midnight or much later. Which is to say, the experiment marches on, dragging us mercilessly along behind it.