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the ocean floor off Cable Beach … exposed

Following on from the latest series on the mud reef off Cable beach, Broome, this article has appeared discussing the qualities of Ocean water, salinity and pH. One of the best descriptions of the processes involved you are ever likely … Continue reading

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Cable Beach at low tide …

More from the low King tide last weekend, click to enlarge:

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Broome’s tidal wonder …

Twice a year, Broome is subject to a wonder of science. Where does all that water come from, and go to. Over ten metres of water column advances in just a bit over 6 hours, then disappears just as quick. … Continue reading

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Cable Beach marine life … exposed

Another set of sensational images of the large and varied flora and fauna exposed by the low King tide last weekend. Click to enlarge:

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weird animals of the exposed reef … Cable Beach

Cable Beach at low King tide uncovers a host of plant and animal life. The first sample of this years low King tides:

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Broome’s maximum annual tides …

King tides have arrived in Broome, with the second lowest this morning, just over 10 metres lower than midday’s high, the 2nd highest for the year. The reef off Cable Beach is left high and dry at dawn, leaving an … Continue reading

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project Savannah …

Rapid progress toward implementing a Savannah enrichment program on indigenous outstations is keeping me away from the computer for long periods. A good thing, I think. Producing thousands tens of thousands of trees, helpful to indigenous incomes and culture, is … Continue reading

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blaming others … the chicken and egg clause

Name calling is bullying, I say, repeatedly, it seems, self-projection is what bullies do and say. Wayne Bergmann is one of them. Not all those protesting the Woodside’s Broome project are ‘environmentalists’, but are more concerned about science, or the attempts … Continue reading

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investing in Australian rocks …

Western Australian currency. Gold coins, diamond encrusted, for sale at the Perth Mint: The West Australian – thewest.com.au   The Perth Mint says demand is strong for its limited edition two ounce (56 gram) coin which features a handset Argyle … Continue reading

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#I wont ride with you …

I don’t do Twitter, too short, it’s usually too abusive, or the parts I see are, but occasionally one comes along and … BOOM, it’s a Hash-tag revelation: The  real Wolfe Creek and Crater, not the horror movie image above. … Continue reading

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