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flora expedition to Lake Gregory and surrounds …

Watch this video, it gives a story of what my group and I get up to … KIMBERLEY ENVIRONMENTAL HORTICULTURE TANAMI DESERT EXPEDITION … http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbw7d9Awa0Q A springtime expedition into the Tanami Desert,Western Australia,training two young men, Aled Dann and Mich … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from Broome, Western Australia from pindanpost

Pindan Post Thanks to all the visitors for reading what I post. It is very encouraging, and I plan to do even better next year. I will reach 100,000 visitor page views in the next couple of weeks. Plus a … Continue reading

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Off my rocker safari…Berkeley in the ‘Wet’

In a few days, I am off my rocker, going on a strange safari. In the middle of the wet season. Cyclone Season. Broome to Kununurra, in a Brazilian jet, quite comfortable for an hour and a half over the … Continue reading

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The James Price Point to Quondong Plant Community…trees Part 1

The intention  of Giant Resource company Woodside to build an LNG Refinery at James Price Point must be distressing to those scientists, for the amount of study that went into the monsoon vine forest. Designated as a rare plant community … Continue reading

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Rare plant species found south of Broome?…Pindan Post7

Some 12 or so years ago, a plant survey at the Broome Port, to identify an aquaculture site, found a plant species not recognised. Subsequent research identified it as a new species, and eventually it was given the name Keraudrenia … Continue reading

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the remote Berkeley River, N.E.Kimberley…

Pindan Post 4 (part II) The mouth of the Berkeley River is only accessable by sea or float plane, and is the site of an environmentally conscious Retreat, nestled between sand dunes a kilometre from the mouth. I visited last … Continue reading

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James Price Point…gas hub or World Heritage

Pindan Post 5 Prices Point I returned about 3 or 4 times in the last few weeks to investigate the flora and fauna of an area I know quite well. Close enough to the town of Broome for enjoyable day … Continue reading

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boating on the Berkeley…

Pindan Post 4 (part1) The Berkeley River is one of the most remote Australian rivers, flowing out to sea in the N.E.Kimberley. Only accessible by boat, helicopter or float plane, it truly is a wilderness experience to visit. Soon a … Continue reading

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Pindan Post article…water use

Pindan Post 3 Water conservation has become a major topic in many publications in recent months. With most topics concerning the reduced flow of most of the worlds large rivers, emphasis has shifted to underground supplies, now being pumped in … Continue reading

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Desert heat

Last year I went on a field trip to the Great Sandy Desert, looked to see whether hot temperatures had affected vegetation in comparison with nearly annual trips to the same area over 11 years. On tracks through the dunes, … Continue reading

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