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More seminars from Reefwatch

Postby Dive in wine tanks » Mon, 20 Nov 2006 5:40 pm

Hi all some more seminar's that may take your fancy, chack them out.

From : Roberts, Wendy <>
Sent : Monday, 20 November 2006 5:08:09 PM
Subject : Reef Watch Update: Great Victorian Fish Count, Marine Care Seminars, Climate change talk,

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The Great Victorian Fish Count

December 1st-17th December 2006

Get to know your fellow Victorians.....the fishy ones!

From Cape Conran to Port Phillip Bay and on to Portland, divers and snorkelers are getting ready to count fish.
For details on participating groups or how to participate as a diver or snorkeler visit the Reef Watch website.


National Coastcare Week: Marine Seminar Series, Thursday November 30, 6:30- 9pm Barwon Heads,

You are invited to participate in an exciting event focussing on Victoria's marine environment. Come along and find out what sort of activities are taking place on the coast. You may be an active diver, snorkeller or never put your toe in the water - don't worry, there is something for everyone.

Please make sure you RSVP to ensure there is plenty of yummy food available.

Contact: Dianne Moore, Ph. 5226-4669, email:

(See attached file: Marine Seminar flyer.doc)

And in Melbourne.... Marine Seminar. Wednesday, 6th December 2006, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Living and interacting with coastal environments is something many Victorians are lucky enough to enjoy. May it be walking on the beach, swimming, surfing, fishing diving or snorkelling, being involved in a coastal community provides us with an insight into the workings, behaviours and moods of our unique marine ecosystems.
These insights are often unheard but are vitally important in maintaining healthy marine ecosystems around our state

Where: Port Phillip EcoCentre , St Kilda Botanical Gardens, Corner Herbert and Blessington Streets, ST KILDA. Melways Reference 58 B11

Contact: Phillip Wierzbowski 9296-4525, email:

(see attached Marine Seminar brochure)


Marine Care Ricketts Point: Evening Lecture, Tuesday, November 28th, 8:15pm
'Changing Atmosphere and Climate- A long term and southern hemispheric perspective'
Dr David Etheridge, Principal Research Scientist in the Changing Atmosphere stream at CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research
'A must for everyone concerned with the future of our planet.'-Bob Whiteway -Convenor, Marine Care Ricketts Point.
(see Flyer: Dr Etheridge)


Wendy Roberts
Reef Watch Victoria
ph: (03) 8341-7446
fax: (03) 8341-7750

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