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Charlotte Findlay
student at modelling to determine risks for ! 🔊🐬Views expressed are my own.
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 16
Replying to @HPSterk
I just started watching this!! 😻😻😻
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whalefact Nov 15
the largest part of a whale is referred to as the “whale”
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 16
Replying to @WinnieCJ @RaeGMiller
Michael is thinking about running a PIES session on it Winnie! I’d like to learn it as well!
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 16
Omg how awesome does this look?!
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Audrey Dussutour Nov 16
"Ribbon Eel" also known as y=sin(x) Ribbon Eel begin their lives as males and transform into females later in life.
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 15
Thank you so much for these paper links 😁
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 14
Would you be able to send me the article pdf? I’m currently deep in papers for my !
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 14
Some really interesting work on going on at !
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 13
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 13
Oh this is great! Thank you!
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 13
have you got any good help pages for parallel processing please?
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 9
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Iceland Foods ❄️ Nov 9
Palm oil plantations are among the biggest driver of deforestation, threatening the orangutan with extinction 🐒 Take a stance and enjoy a Rang-tan friendly Christmas this year.
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 9
This really upsets me as I've seen first hand how close people and dogs get to seals at beaches in Norfolk e.g. . Please keep your distance and keep your dog on a lead to reduce disturbance or injury to seals. 🐈🚫
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 8
If anyone is looking for a job/internship!
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 7
These look great if anyone is looking for a !
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 7
There is nothing better than the feeling of making a 6 o’clock break through when coding! 😁🤩🙌🏻
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 7
Building on yesterdays challenge: Summing the intensities of multiple arrays to then convert them all back to decibels again...
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 6
Today's challenge: converting decibels to intensity and back again...
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Charlotte Findlay Nov 5
Replying to @MRewilding @HWDT_org
What sort of data are you referring too? I'm not continuing this mapping effort but am still working on this topic as part of my PhD in a different format.
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