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Develop a ship's log for three days as if you were a scientist aboard the HMS Challenger. For each entry, include a brief statement of where the ship is, what date you were there, and weather conditions—the weather can be very general and fictional. For Day One: Describe one of the tools that as a scientist, you would use aboard the HMS Challenger. Include how the instrument is used, and describe what types of organisms or samples were recovered using the instrument. For Day Two: You have the day off today! Describe what types of activities you participated in onboard the ship with your other shipmates. Include a description of at least one full meal that you and your shipmates ate that day. Describe how you feel being onboard the ship for such an extended period of time. For Day Three: Uh-oh!! You are sick!! Describe what type of illness you have, what symptoms you have, how you might have gotten the illness and any possible remedies to the illness that might have been available aboard a ship in the 1850s. Important: Dates do not need to be consecutive but remember you are on the Challenger. Use the first link on the Resources page to find out where and when they were in each location and then make sure your dates correlate with the location.

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