||See soil samples collected at Vista run on our atomic absorbance spectrometer. Samples typically are run on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 9-11:00 a.m. and some Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons from 3-4:00 p.m. Usually you can see our robot here!
||Watch a movie of our laboratory robot (named Herman) changing samples for the atomic absorbance spectrometer.
|Bernard Field Station Lead Map
||Here are the final results of our work last year at the Bernard Field Station on U.S. Route 66 just across the street from Harvey Mudd College. Each dot is a sample collected in 2005. The colors of the dots show the lead content of the soil. Can you find Phake Lake and the old Infirmary?
|HMC Laboratory WebCam
||Be a fly on the wall in lab! Control the camera to watch Harvey Mudd students work in laboratory. HMC students work in lab on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 1:15 to 5:15 p.m.
||See what a scientist writes in his or her laboratory notebook! See examples of what Harvey Mudd students do back in their laboratory.
|Photo Album of our collaboration
||See Vista del Valle and Harvey Mudd students work on mathematics. Vista students are pretty good about taking soil samples, sieving them, then putting them in packets to be analyzed by their Harvey Mudd collaborators back in lab. Was that a worm I saw?
|Vista/Wheeler Park Map
||Here are our results shown as a satellite photo of Vista del Valle and Wheeler Park. Each dot is a sample location. The colors of the dots show the lead content of the soil.You can dislay the name of the Vista del Valle student who helped collect each sample. Can you find your classroom?