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One day coral identification workshop on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, 29th August 2011

July 28, 2011 by  
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The next CICBP Coral Identification Workshop will be  at the Novotel Twin Waters Resort, Sunshine Coast, Queensland –  Monday 29th August 2011. The Coral Identification Capacity Building Program will be running a one-day fast-start coral identification workshop to be held immediately after the Australian Coral Reef Society Conference. The full day workshop will be based around the Coral […]

Low tide living

June 19, 2011 by  
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The spring tides of the mid winter months generate the lowest daytime tides of the year. In my part of the world, Townsville, northern Australia, it provides a great opportunity to view the Great Barrier Reef glinting for a couple of hours under clear winter skies. I recently used these lowest astronomical daytime tides (the […]

Building capacity in the centre of biodiversity

June 8, 2011 by  
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In March 2011 the CICBP conducted 2 coral identification workshops in Sabah, Malaysia. The workshops were commissioned by Dr Elizabeth Wood of the UK based Marine Conservation Society in partnership with Sabah Parks with supporting funding was supplied by the Darwin initiative. Coral interested types with a good memory will recall that Elizabeth Wood as […]

The Coral Finder Toolkit Disc now available…

January 2, 2011 by  
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Well we spent a fair bit of the silly season tidying up the Coral Hub in preparation to export it off-line.  The off-line version of the Coral Hub will be included as part of the Coral Finder Toolkit Disc. This disc is an important part of the CICBP’s Stage 1 deliverables because it can used […]

Gardineroseris lives!!!

December 23, 2010 by  
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Power users of the Coral Finder may have noticed the curious omission of the genus Gardineroseris from Version 1 of the Indo Pacific Coral Finder.  Let’s just say that I was going through a period of low self esteem after three years of pre-publication struggle, and I didn’t have a decent photograph…whatever,  I’m sure I had a reason. […]

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