Technicans of the Potsdam Institut for Climate Impact reserach (PIK) joined us to find the optimal place for measuring turbidity and the corresponding suspended sediment load in the waters of Jambach. Thus, the installation of a turbidity probe and a water sampler close to our discharge measurement is planned for August. We also used this day for reading our water level loggers at both tributaries of the mountain steam.
Clemens started to mount the first ground control points (GCPs) for the coming UAV surveys. Still the glacier fore-field was almost covered by snow. Anyway, big boulders estimated not to move have been the targets of this sunny day.