The two undergaduates who cconducted distribution studies in the mangroves are now faced with an arduous task - writing up. This is the part that can actually require up to a third of the time spent on a project but they are left with much less.
To help them along, I am locking them up in the museum on Sunday to give them a leg up. Which means I'll be imprisoned as well. In between reviewing their material, I will try to prepare for the visiting otter researcher who comes on Monday morning and the macintosh meetup the same evening. And Cultural Fest, survey questions for biodiverstiy of Singapore, contemplate the idea for a biology forum, Pedal Ubin, Kent Ridge Heritage Walks, the mammal database, my mangrove research, Changi tree timeline and publicity, the Singapore bibliography, fix the blog templates on Habitatnews, terrestrial workshop, choose the videos for digitising, prepare the video festival programme, the Chek Jawa workshop page and schedule, etc., etc., etc.
There's always plenty to do on a Sunday at the Raffles Museum. But of course I'd rather be cycling!
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