Tag Archives: The Kimberley

the Kimberley, researching of humpback whales …

If you’ve never been to the Kimberley in Western Australia before, this documentary on Sunday on the National Geographic channel, will whet your appetite. Thousands of humpback whales arrive at this time each year to calve, with the area from … 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┬ámore concerned about science, or the attempts … Continue reading

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loving the monsoon …

Superb rainfall over the last few days, where it’s not all at once, has fallen over all of the Kimberley. Cape Leveque even had 400mm overnight, though it was an outlier. Gutters are not needed here: and sometimes, it’s hard … Continue reading

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assessing the assessors … frakking revisited

The West Australian EPA has decided not to assess Buru Energy’s frakking proposal in the Canning Basin, to the astonishment of Wilderness Australia. There is so much mis-information around on frakking, so here is their publicity blurb, followed at the … Continue reading

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examining appropriate conservation options …

Kimberley wren distribution requires conservation tactic rethink POPULATIONS of the endangered purple-crowned fairy-wren have been found to be isolated across various sections of the Kimberley, hampering conservation efforts for the species. […] The Australian Wildlife Conservancy now has ownership of … Continue reading

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the origin of Canning Basin petrochemicals … Gogo fossils

Devonian fossils from the Gogo shales in the Kimberley region are probably the source of gas and hydrate condensates found in the Kimberley and the Canning Basin. This research dissected fossils from the area famous for Gogo fish fossils, Geoff … Continue reading

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The Kimberley in colour…

Fabulous, Australia’s Kimberley in colour Tom Harley Save the Kimberley – Your Help Is Needed http://www.youtube.com The Kimberley is under threat and we need your help. I have put together a series of still images and video highlighting the beauty … Continue reading

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