The team continues the great Marinara tradition of bringing you a quirky but informative look at all that is marine. Get to know all things wet and salty.
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VNPA's Nicole Mertens tells us all about the 15th annual Great Victorian Fish Count – kicking off this weekend, the statewide ‘Our Marine Life Rocks’ citizen science project highlights the many wonderful and unique species of fish that call Victoria’s Rocky Reefs home. Then we’ll be joined by Drs Damien Callahan (Deakin University) and David Hill (Melbourne University) to give us the full low-down on their 3 weeks on board the RV Investigator. Rex Hunter goes back to basics – what’s involved in researching and finding a shipwreck And Dr Surf brings us a surf report, plus news of a large paddleout coming up as the Fight for the Bight campaign continues.
Fam Charko brings us her next instalment of ‘Plastic Litteracy’ – this month, plastic roads. Kerrie Goodall and Priya Cooper from Sea Shepherd Australia join us to talk about the MV Steve Irwin, once the mighty flagship defender of marine life in our southern oceans, now with a new purpose in Sea Shepherd’s 'Ship4Good' program. We’ll speak with Kerrie and Priya about the history of the MV Steve Irwin, and some of its great activities coming up as we head into summer. And we make our second attempt at a live cross to the far north of Australia to speak with Deakin University marine scientist Dr Damien Callahan, currently on board the Research Vessel Investigator, collecting critical information to be used in climate change modelling.
Brett Ditchfield brings us Chapter 2 of Cabin Boy Diaries – are you thinking about getting into sailing, and best way to go about it. Should you start on a keel boat or get in a dinghy? And what defines a keel boat anyway? Brett has all the answers for you (and us!)Dave Donnelly joins us live on location from his research vessel to talk about whale migrations – some late season sightings, the season summary, and a very exciting new paper he’s co-authored on the transmission of humpback whale song, and the significance of migratory convergence. And on the penultimate ‘Soundwaves Meets Blowaves’, Jeff Maynard presents all the 70s TV shows that narrowly missed the cut. In the words of the great Maxwell Smart, “Missed by that Much”!
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