I’m a first-year marine science student looking at conservation of fish stocks, following the anti-whaling debate and basically finding out more about human effects on oceanic food webs.
Latest Blog Posts
- Wintry Warrnambool
- Gearing up for World Parks Congress in Sydney
- Local marine sanctuary loved and ignored in equal measure
- Idiota Se Monta Encima De Tiburon Gigantescoon Jun 19, 2014 in UncategorizedOriginally posted on 92.5 MAXIMA:MIRALO AQUÍ!!!! Un tipo imbécil de nuestro querido estado de la Florida tuvo un encuentro fuera de lo común con la especie de tiburón mas grande del planeta y el tipo decidió engancharse de la aleta dorsal para n...
- Resurrection Bay Wildlife, a C-Dory Angler Tour: Sea Lions, Mountain Goats and Moreon Jun 11, 2014 in UncategorizedOriginally posted on CutterLight:With a mighty roar this young bull sea lion bellows out that this rock in Resurrection Bay near Seward, Alaska is his rock. Nestled between snow-capped mountains and hosting an abundance of otters, porpoises, se...
- Oceanic microplastics: the implications of tiny pollution
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind? A Visualization of Ocean Trashon May 18, 2014 in UncategorizedOriginally posted on Ocean News:Project AWARE’s new interactive map is the first to visualize nearly three years of ongoing reporting by an international network of scuba divers who remove marine debris they find underwater through the Dive Against...
- Meet my new ocean explorer!on May 2, 2014 in UncategorizedI’ve been kept busy over the past month looking after this gorgeous addition to the OE family. For those interested in the details, Eugenie Isabel was born April 10 at 11.11pm and was 7lb 6oz (3.3kg). We’re all doing well, if shorter on s...
- Merri Marine Sanctuary, a local protected area with some serious crays
- Why sea cucumbers aren’t just another ‘delicacy’ for Asian buffets
- New year, same attack on the sharks
- Australian Government Scraps Management Plans For New National System Of Marine Reserves
- Western Australia Shark Cullon Feb 10, 2014 in UncategorizedReblogged from Divers Who Want To Learn More: 'Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world' Nelson Mandela Cull verb 'reduce the population of (a wild animal) by selective slaughter.' synonyms: slaughter, kill, destr...
- Seadragon, sunset and seascape
- Reef sharks and aggressive triggerfish: diving on Fiji’s Coral Coast
- 2013 in review: no surprise that ‘shark attack’ tops search list
- Seal pup all grown up!
- Big fishing nations that won't stop overfishingon Dec 15, 2013 in UncategorizedReblogged from Notes from the Seven Seas: A recent Guardian article exposes some of the figures behind industrial tuna fishing in the pacific. The article says that the US, China, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia and Taiwan are responsible for 80% of bi...
- Big fishing nations that won’t stop overfishingon Dec 15, 2013 in UncategorizedOriginally posted on HOUSE of OCEAN:A recent Guardian article exposes some of the figures behind industrial tuna fishing in the pacific. The article says that the US, China, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia and Taiwan are responsible for 80% of bigeye t...
- Suva fish market wandering