Introducing special guest blogger, James Tickner.
29 Apr 2013
Indeed the wind died down enough for another trawl this morning, but it did not contain the organisms we’d hoped for.
We finally reached our Scotia Ridge site today. But our hopes of launching a camera to directly survey the bottom were dashed.
23 Apr 2013
Today we transit to our next site, away from Shag Rocks and towards a tiny part of the Scotia Ridge that rises steeply from deep water.
This morning we were ready to go trawling at Shag Rocks.
After fishing on the north side of South Georgia for a couple of days, we decided to move around to the south side.
Finally this morning we arrived at South Georgia and began fishing in earnest.
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22 Apr 2013
Exciting happenings this week include a small shark with a big appetite, drummers with weird buoyancy devices and a Sydney Harbour surprise.
19 Apr 2013
What do the Tasmanian Devil, Tamar Wallaby and Platypus all have in common – other than all being native Australian mammals?
18 Apr 2013
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