At one time or another, every marine biologist faces the sometimes harsh reality that the ocean does not always want to play ball. Working in coral reefs in remote corners of the world (in this case, the Gulf of Thailand) is an honor and a privilege. BUT, unpredictable field conditions require that field marine biologists (and biologists in general) plan their research accordingly, OR succumb to extreme frustration! 😉
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