Peter: You can see our instrument box up on the surface there to the left. Satya: So you can see, that the ends of these wires, a bunch of them are going out, going out into the tidal channel. You can see where that buoy is. So that buoy is marking where all our different sensors are located. This one is water level. This one’s salinity. And this one’s turbidity. So these are all coming back up, and all the data is being stored in here. We also have air temperature, this little probe here, and we also have a tilting rain gauge. So all of this runs on a 12-volt battery. These are (laughs) kind of two game cameras set up. So we have one that’s facing south…. We’ve set them up to take time-lapse photos. This is our water pumping sampler. So we swap out these bottles and put them in this sampler. I think we’ve been sampling every hour. So it has 24 bottles. So every hour it just sucks up samples through this vinyl tube. Yeah, so we use those samples to figure out suspended sediment concentration back in the lab. So tilting current meters have a little data logger as well as a tilt meter and a compass. And it’s calibrated to tell you how fast the current’s going. And then of course it tells you the direction it’s going. So we can see the ebb and flood currents, currents coming in, current going out. Videographer: So it’s important for you to not just measure sediment but to get a pretty accurate read on … Satya: …On the whole dynamics of the marsh, right. Because, because sediment is impacted by so many different things. And it’s not just like, oh, you know, velocity or, like, salinity and turbidity. It’s very exploratory science for us, to kind of get a good handle on how this marsh works. Satya: I think it’s been valuable just to kind of see how one, you know, starts a project like this. And you know, things don’t always go as planned! You have to kind of improvise on the spot, and you know, learn how to build things, and trouble shoot stuff. It’s been making me understand more about why we’re doing everything, like being part of, you know, part of the whole process.