Biggest Broome tides for 2012…

high tide 2012

…Biggest tides this year are about 10 cm less than last year’s biggest tides. Which makes a sea level rise of 1-2mm a year catastrophic if it happens, it will reach last year’s level in another 25 years time.Below is the same spot half an hour before high tide in 2011and also from 2011 at the same time, note the rubbish bin still in the same spot.

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Have a look at these excellent pics below too…

www.kimberleymedia.com.au

Squelching around near the Broome jetty in soft, velvety mud to mid calf, I noticed a featherstar waving delicate feathery arms with stripes in shades of milky coffee in a shallow, sandy pool. Broome is famous for its large tidal variations and the King tides over Easter brought super highs and supe...

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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7 Responses to Biggest Broome tides for 2012…

  1. Thanks for including the link to my pics Tom….I also have some from last year’s King Tides in March here:
    http://kimberleymedia.photoshelter.com/gallery/KIng-Tide-March-2011/G0000ioUD_0ljdy0/C0000wmVB4iNkz.U

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