Today we looked at marine life attached to docks in the inner bay of Boston Harbor. More specifically the docks located behind the Barking Crab restaurant. The time at which the study took place was at 11 am to around 1230pm. The weather was partly sunny with modertate tempatures in the 70s. The tide was low, but was rising. The method we used was to observe the sea life attacehd to the docks under water, then take a handful from under the water and examine it closely, above water. The tools available to me was a pen, paper, and of course my senses.
My observations from the out side of the water was extremely different from what I actually saw when I pulled the marine life out of the water. After closer examaniton there was alot more species in the 2x2 sample after I pulled it out.