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are correct & accurate?  How often calibrated? & checked.

Jan 6 - Sunday Surf temp. in a tin spring [[top?]] can, water dredged up [[underlined]] can [[/underlined]] on deck in high wind, & thermometer stuck in it for a while & then pulled out & read in open air.
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Friedman - worked till 11 oclock at night readying things for him.  Next day charged his men
50[[superscript, underlined]] 000 [[/superscript, underlined]] gear bouy line not rigged right, in face of storm, in a.m put it over after argument with Jack,  when Jack left scene to go forward 
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Crary did same thing off Greenland lost bouy late at night in face of bad weather.
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[[margin, vertical { extending down by paragraph]] Isacc Kidd Trawl. said they know how to handle gear & when it came to [[insertion]] a [[/insertion]] showdown did not. & [[underlined]] lost it, [[/underlined]] expensive gear. [[/margin]]

Lamont Lab turned over buoy rig with gadgets but was not in real working order for N.S.F. Eltanin to develop & perfect (sort of putting one over).

Transcription Notes:
Irving Friedman (1920 – 2005) was a U.S. Geological Survey scientist Albert Paddock Crary (1911–1987), was a pioneer polar geophysicist and glaciologist N.S.F. Eltanin = polar research vessel in 60s and 70s.

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