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By Mark Boyle
May 10, 2010
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Divers took some time Monday to train in the murky waters of KU's Potter Lake. The divers performed various tasks including searching for a lost piece of equipment.
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I was in the class when one student lost the piece of equipment. Its rather expensive. Its a tool that is sent down to the bottom of the lake and takes a soil sample of the sedimentation soil.
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