Cahon And Gene Turner's Chapter Summary

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In this section, Streever is tagging along with Dr. Don Cahoon and his team for the collection of samples in the marsh. The one thing that piqued my interest is the day-and-night difference between Dr. Cahoon and Gene Turner in the previous chapter. This section focuses on the collection of samples and how different techniques are utilized to analyze and interpret the data. It also places heavy emphasizes on how different researchers have completely different outlook on how to acquire data and what it means. I believe Don to be more of a rational man than Gene because he says, “We compete for jobs, for grants, for publications of papers. But there’s a spirit of cooperation, too” He believes science is not a competition of ideas and who comes

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