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Exmouth prawns. A story of industry, science and sunsets.

The Exmouth Gulf prawn fishery has recently entered assessment against the MSC standard for sustainable fishing. I recently took the opportunity to spend some time at sea with research staff from the Department of Fisheries and the crew of the fishing vessel Point Cloates K to see how industry and science collaboration can help contribute to the better understanding of a fishery from both a sustainability and an economic perspective. 943 more words


[M/s 365] Travel stresses and the Master/slave

slave angie: Travel is always stressful when family drama hits but we seem to be catching a rhythm to falling back on our M/s to actually pull us through. 371 more words

Master/slave 365

Venice to reroute biggest ships but will maintain terminal

By Tom Stieghorst

To reduce the impact of big cruise ships in Venice, Italian ministers have decided to route the largest ships away from the center city, while still allowing them to dock there. 508 more words

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MSC Toronto Island Sprint Triathlon: Race Report

I raced Toronto Island for the first time in 2012. I am not usually a fan of heading into the “big” city and presumed there would be an elevated number of race morning uncertainties and potential mishaps associated with having to take a ferry to the race site. 765 more words


Sunday Picture Post - Kyle Field in College Station, Texas


I’m back this Sunday (although it’s late, sorry) with another picture post.  I’ve been getting better with my Sony a7 and decided to take it down to my alma mater today to shoot some pictures of campus as well as Texas A&M’s new football stadium development.   97 more words