John Turnbullok we're a bit overdue telling you about this one - our Flickr site passed 1 million views in September last year. Right now we're up to 1.4 million!


    John TurnbullABC article on the crayweed project uses one of Marine Explorer's photos; scientist observing crayweed at Palm Beach


      John TurnbullThe Mercury article on Smithsonian / RLS research uses one of Marine Explorer's photos - Sue Newson and a seahorse in Jervis Bay


        John TurnbullCoverage of the Dragons of Sydney citizen science program in the Manly Daily / Telegraph


          John TurnbullMarine Explorer features in the Sunday Tele for Reef Life Surveys


            John TurnbullMarine Explorer (John Turnbull) and the URG team in Jervis Bay on the ABC's 730 report!


              John TurnbullUnderwater Sydney and Mountains to Sea Aquariums are sharing our videos; spread the love guys!


                John TurnbullOver 400,000 Flickr views!


                  John TurnbullSydney Underwater has been upgraded to NSW Underwater! We've added photos and videos for sites including Lord Howe Island, Solitary Islands, Broughton Island, Port Stephens and more. Click here to explore the map


                    John TurnbullThe Wilderness Society is using some of our photos in their celebration of the beauty of nature


                      John TurnbullHmmm it seems the Daily Telegraph used a collection of our photos in a display of "Magical marine life"...


                        John TurnbullAttending the annual Australian Marine Science Association conference this week in Canberra - so much to see and hear in four days!


                          John TurnbullA couple of our species-specific videos have been purchased by a production company for use in a TV series on dangerous Australian animals - watch this space for more information on it's release


                            John TurnbullMarine Explorer has been awarded a project to provide a large number of photos for an exhibition in Sydney later this year. The details are confidential but stay tuned; it opens in November!


                              John TurnbullRLS have published an article on the Lord Howe Island surveys


                                John TurnbullThe Reef Life Survey of Lord Howe Island was a huge success; 10 divers conducted over 100 surveys across 50 sites. The data will allow ongoing study of fish and invertebrate species on the island, including trends and movements.


                                  John TurnbullVery exciting - have just been offered a place on the Reef Life Survey of Lord Howe Island next year; two weeks of marine surveys based at the research station. Plenty of photos and stories to come!


                                    John TurnbullIt's great to see all the support we're getting on our Facebook page; over 750 followers now.


                                      John TurnbullThanks for the postings everyone, both here and on Facebook. Nice shot of the rockcod Wander! There are lots of new photos on our Facebook and Flickr pages (see links below). I'll be adding a few more articles this week.


                                        John TurnbullOur site is now pretty much ready for sharing with others; will launch it over the next week or so



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