Cait French
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  • Bowling Green, KY
  • United States
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New Year, New Work

Hello again!It's been a while since I've posted, but it's also been a while since I've been able to really work. School seems to do that to ya! School Update:This past semester was a WHALE. Two bi-term classes, one after the other, and a new programming class made for a difficult four months. However, I survived and passed all my classes with As and Bs! I'm now four steps closer to my meteorology degree and one step closer to my ASL minor. Work Update:We have a new Air Quality (AQ) building, it…See More
May 17
Cait French posted a blog post

Rain, Sweat, and Caves, OH MY!

I'm going to begin this post apologizing for how long it's been since I posted! I kept sitting down to do it and felt overwhelmed at what all I could talk about.  Since the last post, things haven't been too overly exciting just wet. Either from rain or sweat. In a single week, our Air Quality site measured right at seven inches of rain! So that combined with a common heat index nearly 100 degrees, there hasn't been an overly pleasant week for the outdoor worker in a while.I have began taking…See More
Jul 20, 2016
Cait French posted a blog post

A "Shocking" Week!

This past week has been something. I was out for a week in June to help with a summer camp. While I was at this camp, our Air Quality station was struck by lightning. We lost all of our air analyzers, one of our meteorology towers, and parts of our water collection system. Fortunately, no one was hurt and repairs started immediately. Now, two and a half weeks later, we are still repairing and discovering issues.…See More
Jul 1, 2016
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Jun 24, 2016
Cait French joined Kate Hagner's group
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Jun 23, 2016
Cait French posted a blog post

My Late, First Check-In

First off, I want to apologize for not writing up until now. I always sit down, open this page, and do absolutely nothing. I decide I'll write it later and move on to the next thing. Well, today I will do differently. My first two months here at Mammoth Cave National Park were nothing extraordinary. I went to school (I'm a Meteorology major, Floodplain Management minor, and American Sign Language minor at Western Kentucky University), trained for my job, went to school. I only worked 2-3 days a…See More
Jun 23, 2016
Cait French is now a member of Conservation Nation
Feb 10, 2016

Profile Information

Which Describes You Best?
Currently in the field or about to go to field
SCA Program Type
Internship, AmeriCorps
Program Year
2016, 2017
Program Name
Mammoth Cave Air Flow Project
State Where you serve(d)
Kentucky
School
Western Kentucky Univeristy
If a partner or agency, organization name
Mammoth Cave National Park
Position
Physical Science Technician Intern

Cait French's Blog

New Year, New Work

Posted on May 16, 2017 at 1:58pm 0 Comments

Hello again!

It's been a while since I've posted, but it's also been a while since I've been able to really work. School seems to do that to ya! 

School Update:

This past semester was a WHALE. Two bi-term classes, one after the other, and a…

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Rain, Sweat, and Caves, OH MY!

Posted on July 20, 2016 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

I'm going to begin this post apologizing for how long it's been since I posted! I kept sitting down to do it and felt overwhelmed at what all I could talk about.  

Since the last post, things haven't been too overly exciting just wet. Either from rain or sweat. In a single week, our Air Quality site measured right at seven inches of rain! So that combined with a common heat index nearly 100 degrees, there hasn't been an overly pleasant week for the outdoor worker in a while.

I…

Continue

A "Shocking" Week!

Posted on July 1, 2016 at 3:52pm 0 Comments

This past week has been something. I was out for a week in June to help with a summer camp. While I was at this camp, our Air Quality station was struck by lightning. We lost all of our air analyzers, one of our meteorology towers, and parts of our water collection system. Fortunately, no one was hurt and repairs started immediately. Now, two and a half weeks later, we are still repairing and discovering issues.…

Continue

My Late, First Check-In

Posted on June 23, 2016 at 6:22pm 0 Comments

First off, I want to apologize for not writing up until now. I always sit down, open this page, and do absolutely nothing. I decide I'll write it later and move on to the next thing. Well, today I will do differently. 

My first two months here at Mammoth Cave National Park were nothing extraordinary. I went to school (I'm a Meteorology major, Floodplain Management minor, and American Sign Language minor at Western Kentucky University), trained for my job, went to school. I only worked…

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