[Coral-List] Underwater paper?

Robert Bourke rbourke at OCEANIT.COM
Fri May 17 02:12:23 EDT 2013

	For general note-taking, white sheets of plexiglass sanded with fine sandpaper works great.  Save the data by photographing the slate & then just erase with more sandpaper.
	For repetitive data logging to a form use a clear piece of plexi backed by a white sheet printed with the form.
Bob Bourke 

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Subject: [Coral-List] Underwater paper?

Hi all,

The HP Tough paper that used to work well for underwater data sheets is now out of production (and the Xerox paper I used before that is now too smooth).

Does anyone else have suggestions for underwater paper that will work with a pencil?


Malin Pinsky
David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Princeton University malin.pinsky at gmail.com _______________________________________________
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