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So maybe filming on Lake Champlain in an unstable canoe in the dead of winter wasn’t the brightest idea (smarter scheduling?). But as always, when hanging out with John Cohn, it was a fun and educational experience, even with seemingly asymptotic temperatures.
John took me on a tour starting at the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, in front of 5,000 gallon aquarium. (They didn’t want us to swim in the tank with the forty pound Lake Sturgeon, but John did ask). We then visited the Champlain Water District which supplies our semiconductor manufacturing site with water, to see how it uses sensors to monitor particle levels. IBM uses similar technology in our REON partnership with the Beacon Institute and Clarkson University to monitor the health of the Hudson River. For more on IBM’s water management work, click here.