World Oceans Day is here once again. This day is all about raising awareness for our oceans; the perils they current face due to human impact and the benefits we as human derive from these natural wonders. But this World Oceans Day is a little different from the others, as it also marks the birth of […]
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Written by Elliot Connor Dr Kyle Zawada is a humble man, but show him just a glimpse of Acropora loripes and he’ll give you its distribution, distinctive features and more in a heartbeat. Whereas some specialize in the language of mathematics or the coded workings of the human mind, Kyle’s forté lies in interpreting the […]
After years of planning, the solar power system at LIRS was upgraded and expanded in April 2021. That was one of the wettest periods this year which made installation of the new system by Tropical Energy Solutions (Townsville) very challenging. The original 30 kW hybrid solar/battery/generator system was installed in 2010, and in 2014 solar […]
An inspiring video by a Student Group from Emmanuel Anglican College in Ballana during their recent Marine Research Trip to Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef (2021).