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2015 Lakefest Aquatic Week - A week-long celebration of boating By Melvyn (Mel) Steiner, Lake Macquarie , 8:22 AM Wed 17 Dec 2014 GMT
The Lakefest Aquatic Week on beautiful Lake Macquarie – just south of Newcastle – is set to become a reality with a number of events confirmed to occur during the February 20-27 week long celebration. ...
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Marine Auctions raises the bar with live internet bidding for auctions By Praneel Lal, , 1:48 AM Wed 17 Dec 2014 GMT
Marine Auctions is proud to announce that they will be pioneering their 2015 auctions with live internet online bidding from around the world. This is a huge step for Marine Auctions who have cemented themselves at the forefront within the industry. ...
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Christmas Caribbean Rally 2014 - Atlantic adventures underway By Sailing Rallies, , 10:51 AM Mon 15 Dec 2014 GMT
The second edition of the Christmas Caribbean Rally (CCR), after months, and in many cases years of preparation, set off from Marina Rubicon, Lanzarote on 14th December at 12 noon. The fleet enjoyed almost perfect start conditions sailing in 20-25 knots of breeze from the NNW in a calm sea. ...
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You are what you eat – if you’re a coral reef fish By ARC Centre of Excellence, , 12:45 PM Sun 14 Dec 2014 GMT
In a world first study researchers have found a coral-eating fish that disguises its smell to hide from predators. 'For many animals vision is less important than their sense of smell,' says study lead author Dr Rohan Brooker from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies (Coral CoE) at James Cook University. ...
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Sea urchins from Antarctica show adaptation to ocean acidification By British Antarctic Survey, , 12:18 PM Sun 14 Dec 2014 GMT
Writing in the Journal of Animal Ecology the authors set out to answer important and fundamental questions on how life in the ocean will respond to projected changes in the coming decades. Despite evidence of increasing acidification of the world's oceans, questions remain over whether marine species will be able to adapt to these changing conditions. ...
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Seabird poo has unique spectral signature - satellite images show By British Antarctic Survey, , 11:29 AM Sun 14 Dec 2014 GMT
By studying the colour of seabird guano in the infrared part of the spectrum the researchers from British Antarctic Survey (BAS), University of Cambridge and University of Edinburgh were able to identify and isolate the poo's unique spectral signature from bare rocks and snow. ...
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