# England-2011-lab2-yellow

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# Lab 2: Holy Pigeon P\$#! Batman, it's Penelope Poison!

Group umm, Bob, Ted, Carol, and Alice

## Problem Description and Approach

Our task as the Yellow Team was to collect data on various water bodies in London in order to gauge the possible effects of releasing a toxic substance into London’s water supply. Dr. Obfuscation only provided photographs of the 11 locations where Penelope Poison threatened to release the toxic substances. We needed to figure out the geographical coordinates (latitude and longitude) of these locations, measure the air and water temperature, our elevation and note the wind speed plus direction at the times we are at these locations Most importantly, we needed to figure out what the most accurate approach to collecting this data was, and what if any flaws there were in collecting this data. Time was also a factor to keep in mind, so we decided to tackle the location not in alphabetical order, but in the order of their proximity to one another.