Tag Archives: Broome

the Great Sandy Gardens …

After a tiring 1400km round trip, a few pics to whet the appetite. A wonderful and diverse region of flora and fauna, I have decided to change the name from Desert to Gardens, if the mapmakers want to change it … Continue reading

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happy fish are warmer fish …

I am about to leave on a field trip to where there are no fish … The Great Sandy Desert beckons, I will be back on Sunday night all going well.In the meantime, some reading at Jonova, where Salmon are … Continue reading

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Brolga haven …

Brolgas in front of paperbark trees in a conservation park just north of Broome … Brolgas are Australia’s largest crane, click to enlarge.

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turquoise sea at Cable Beach …

A couple of North West cloud bands rolled across from NWest Australia in the last 10 days, splitting each side of Broome. To our north over 200ml of rain fell and to our south, about 50ml on average. Broome received … Continue reading

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conservation park, Broome …

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it’s rainfall that really matters …

Dr Jennifer Marohasy et al, released their new paper at the 9th International Conference on Climate Change this week: The Need for a New Paradigm, Including for Rainfall Forecasting By jennifer on July 11, 2014 The following paper was delivered … Continue reading

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carbon dioxide benefits and Green hypocrisy …

One thing the ‘global warming’ hype has convinced me about, is that CO2 is an especially good product to help with biodiversity, and increased plant growth and crop yields. I soon learned that CAGW was just hype, and, more recently … Continue reading

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Conservation of the Kimberley … enrichment of the Savannah

This post of mine was sent to the ‘local rag’ which is not internet-able, who wanted it reduced to a third, which would have lost it’s meaning. I prefer to publish it here, along with links and images instead. Conservation … Continue reading

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Pindan red …

Click to enlarge … Pindan is a wonderful Kimberley colour, that is the essence of our local woodland, from the beach to the desert.

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global warming agenda results in global cooling … even in Broome

ALL the climate models have now proven to be false, with Antarctic sea ice is now at it’s highest ever recorded level at this time of year. Let’s hope that theĀ ‘Ship of Fools‘ ‘astrologist-scientists’ such as Chris Turney don’t put … Continue reading

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