The contribution of underwater photographs to marine science

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The contribution of underwater photographs to marine science by Steve Reynolds Society member David Muirhead contributes many, if not most, of his photographs to marine science. Most of them, if not all, are posted to iNaturalist. This includes everything that moves and many things that don’t (move). He even took […]

Living the Dream about the Seagrass Lady

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“Living the Dream about the Seagrass Lady” by Steve Reynolds During the 1980s, I was given a copy of a Reader’s Digest article about a “Seagrass Lady” called Anitra Thorhaug who was pioneering transplanting of seagrass to restore degraded habitat. Her work was something that I aspired to back then. […]

How relevant is MLSSA?

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How relevant is MLSSA? I have been asked, indirectly, to answer that question. Clearly, we can’t dwell on the past. We can only consider the present and look to the future. Our long-running organisation provides a special interest group for SA marine life matters. We hold monthly meetings (Feb to […]

An evening with Steve Parish

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Tony Isaacson, MLSSA Life Member, attended a (workshop?) evening presented by Steve Parish at the Beerwah Library in Queensland this month. Tony with a promotional poster (Taken by Tony?) Steve is a well-published photographer (more than 2500 published books over 50 Years). His first book, “Australia’s Ocean of Life” was […]

Jessie Hussey’s contribution to the knowledge of SA’s marine flora

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According to the web page found at http://know.ourplants.org/news/jessey-hussey-inspires-school-teachers/  Jessie Hussey made a “significant and pioneering contribution to the knowledge of South Australia’s terrestrial and marine flora during the 1890s. She became a respected collaborator of many leading national and international botanists and phycologists”. According to the web page found at […]