SHARKS SEEK SAFETY IN SUBMARINE VOLCANOES

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SHARKS SEEK SAFETY IN SUBMARINE VOLCANOES by Steve Reynolds (STEVE’S SDFSA SCIENCE STORY for the month of September) According to Hordes of sharks found living in volcano by Raffaella Ciccarelli, reef and hammerhead sharks are thriving in the explosive crater of Kavachi volcano in the Solomon Islands. (Sharks have also […]

ANCHOR TRAIL UPDATE No.3

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ANCHOR TRAIL UPDATE No.3 By Steve Reynolds I was able to promote our Port Adelaide Anchor Trail at the Merchant Navy Day ceremony held in Port Adelaide on 3rd September 2020. A framed copy of the trail guide was displayed during the ceremony and copies of the guide were available […]

Ancient Aboriginal Archaeological Sites Discovered on the Seabed

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Ancient Aboriginal Archaeological Sites Discovered on the Seabed by Steve Reynolds (ANOTHER OF STEVE’S SDFSA SCIENCE STORY FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST) Thousands of years ago, sea levels were lower than what they are today. Ancient Aboriginal sites have now been found submerged in the waters off Western Australia. Researchers […]

Raising Awareness About Shark Safe Behaviour and Alternatives to Baited Drum Lines and Shark Nets

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Raising Awareness About Shark Safe Behaviour and Alternatives to Baited Drum Lines and Shark Nets Tony Isaacson recently posted these details on his Facebook page: – “I flag this video in the wake of Category 4 (fatal) human-shark incidents in Queensland (spearfisher, Fraser Island) and NSW (surfer, Wooli). Both incidents […]

Port Adelaide Anchor Trail Update

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Port Adelaide Anchor Trail Update by Steve Reynolds Since we completed the guide for our Port Adelaide Anchor Trail, I have remained busy on the project.  I have, for example, distributed hard copies of the guide, along with a poster, to a large number of locations close to some of […]

The Old Glenelg Jetty Aquarium

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The old Glenelg jetty aquarium by Steve Reynolds According to the web page found at https://southaustralia.com/products/adelaide/attraction/glenelg-jetty, an aquarium was built on the first Glenelg jetty in 1929, showcasing fish, sea lions and sharks. The Glenelg jetty aquarium in 1936 (Taken from The Advertiser’s “Moments in time – SA at play” […]