Reefteach

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Date registered: March 18, 2011
URL: http://www.reefteach.com.au

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  1. Seeking Marine biologists who enjoys sharing their Passion! — November 18, 2013
  2. World Heritage Committee 36 Session — June 4, 2012
  3. Another Splendid Day on the Great Barrier Reef — February 12, 2012
  4. Reef Teach Times- Happy Holidays!!! — December 23, 2011
  5. Reef Teach Times-Coral Spawning on the GBR — September 15, 2011

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Seeking Marine biologists who enjoys sharing their Passion!

Reef Teach is looking for qualified marine biologists with good public speaking skills to join us on a casual basis for one or two evenings per week . Click here for more information

World Heritage Committee 36 Session

Photo by: Ross Anderson

We have attached the report from the World Heritage Committee’s 36 Session, which highlights points of interests for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage area. It is a really interesting read. GBR Report 2012 For the entire document click here whc12-36com-7BAdde

Another Splendid Day on the Great Barrier Reef

The past two days have been mind blowing out on the Great Barrier Reef. Don’t get me wrong it is always good, however the last two days have been some of those special days. The weather conditions were beautiful and calm, with not a drop of rain in sight. The visibility was up around the …

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Reef Teach Times- Happy Holidays!!!

Reef Teach Times Ed.14 - December 2011

To read the entire newsletter click on this link: Reef Teach Times 14– Dec 2011  Happy Holidays

Reef Teach Times-Coral Spawning on the GBR

Reef Teach Times 13 - Sept 2011 Coral Spawning

To read the entire newsletter click on this link: Reef Teach Times 13 – Sept 2011 Coral Spawning  

Reef Teach Times: …Whales? They’er Back

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WHATS NEW: We have given our show a face lift. New photos and for the first time video has been added. Now, together with the real life specimens of coral and fish the show really brings the Reef to life. Also check out our new look website with loads of information: www.reefteach.com.au. You can also …

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What a Load of Garbage!

If you’ve been to the Reef Teach show, you’ll know a bit about the impact of plastic and other garbage on marine life. Plastic doesn’t biodegrade, but it does photodegrade, breaking down into smaller and smaller, but just as toxic particles, which are consumed by marine life mistaking it for food. The United Nations Environment Programme …

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The Great Escape

Ladies and Gentlemen, May we present one of the most intelligent animals on the planet… the OCTOPUS! These amazing molluscs are remarkable escape artists: capable of changing their colour and texture and squeezing into the smallest gaps to camofluage themselves; squirting ink into the face of potential predators to mask themselves and their scent while they make …

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Presentations from 6.30pm each evening…

Just $18 for adults, $9 for children and $45 for families (2ad, 2ch) A unique experience to help you get the most out of your visit to the Great Barrier Reef.   Learn what to look for, where to find it and how to discover as mach as possible!  Reef Teach is staffed by qualified marine …

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The Acid Test

When you think about the impact of climate change on the reef, you probably think about coral bleaching. Few people have heard about ocean acidification, but for many marine scientists this is an even more worrying issue… just harder to explain because you can’t see the impacts as easily as you can see bleached coral. However, Acid Test, a new documentary …

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