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Jordan Larson
post Sep 13 2005, 09:44 PM
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Why is it important to see elders of the near by cities catch and observe what they do to them to what importance is that to your freshwater experiment
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post Nov 26 2005, 02:22 AM
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Although watching the elders and seeing what they do with their catch really has no important relevance to our data collection, I think it is really important to make contacts with the places and people where we are studying. It is important for the people of the villages where we take water samples to have an understanding about what we are doing and why. Additionally, by attempting to foster relationships in these villages, some valuable information, that only people who live near these rivers all the time, may be useful to the study in some way, shape, or form. Finally, part of the reason we tried to get to know some of the elders in these communities was because we were just plain interested in getting to know some of the people....
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