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The Beach Road

You’ve probably never heard of the 27 kilometers of road stretching from Brighton, a wealthy southeast suburb on the outskirts of Melbourne, to Mordialloc along the edge of Port Philip Bay. 1,303 more words


Seahorses & Seadragons

Amongst Dalton Koss HQ’s favourite animals and plants are the enigmatic seahorses and seadragons.

Are they real? Do they really exist?”, DKHQ is often asked. 348 more words




GENRE: Indie Rock


RIYL: Two Door Cinema Club, The Neighbourhood, Nothing But Thieves, Young Kato, Lisbon etc.

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Meditations Continued

I got to see the Atlantic up close in person for the first time this past week, the ocean I’ve flown back & forth over my whole life, it was cold and windy but somehow it feels like a start. 44 more words

New Music // Coasts - Modern Love

We’ve been fan’s of Coasts since 2013 with the airy and punchy indie docked ‘Oceans’ layered with a light hearted daylight breeze before a clashing rocky storm takes hold of the sails. 210 more words

New Music

After an Oil Spill, How—and Why—Do We Survey Affected Shorelines?

This is part of the National Ocean Service’s efforts to celebrate our role in the surveys that inform our lives and protect our coasts.

In March of 1989, oil spill responders in Valdez, Alaska, had a problem. 976 more words

Oil Spills


“Grass that grows in seawater?”, Dalton Koss HQ is often asked. Yes, grass that can grow in and withstand seawater. But how?

Seagrass is similar to land-based grass, having leaves, veins and roots. 392 more words