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Ocean Ark AllianceAugust 13, 2018 at 8:00pm
Fantastic mixed media exhibition by Jo Caspari yesterday, as part of the Quandamooka Festival. Staged in the beautiful North Stradbroke Island Museum on Minjerribah (Straddie) Jo’s exhibition was an audio visual meditation on being On Country, island beauty & damage, and was in part illustrated by David Hannan’s stunning contemporary footage of Morovo lagoon in the Solomons set to an original score by Jo’s son Leon. Jo then highlighted the vast library resource of the OAA as part of a presentation about the future of ‘Virtual Ocean’ exhibits, enabling mass audiences a reef experience via digital projection, 4-7D installations and VR. All told it was a truly inspired way to share the OAA vision with Straddie...thanks Jo!
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Ocean Ark Alliance shared Empathy Media's video.August 7, 2018 at 8:14pm
A novel way to ponder the evolution of Earth, right to the present millimetre...
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Empathy Media
An amazing way to feel in your body the age and the development of our planet Earth. And you won't believe what happens on the last step of the 4.7km walk. The walk is led by Dr. Stephan Harding, Coordinator of the MSc in Holistic Science at Schumacher College and author of author of 'Animate Earth: Science, Intuition and Gaia'. What do you think of this? We're opening up for collaboration our new major documentary about the unique vision of the radical economist, David Fleming. We're putting online short tasters as we film them for your feedback with ideas, events and people we could include. Leave your comments here, or find out more at http//:www.flemingpolicycentre.org.uk/seed-beneath-snow
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Ocean Ark Alliance shared ABC News's video.August 7, 2018 at 10:37am
When this computer modelling was done in 1973, the year 2050 seemed eons away. But now it’s very close. Coral reefs worldwide are predicted to be extinct by then, Pacific Islands such as Tuvalu entirely under water. Amazing the warnings unheeded for all these decades...
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ABC News
“Civilised life on this planet will cease to exist.” The devastating effects of population growth were predicted by Australia’s largest computer in 1973. #RetroFocus
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Ocean Ark Alliance shared Deep Look • PBS's video.August 7, 2018 at 10:30am
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Deep Look • PBS
Some corals look like undersea gardens, gently blowing in the breeze. Others look like alien brains. But in their skeletons are clues that promise to give scientists a detailed picture of the weather from 500 years ago. Reading these bones? Easy. As long as you have the world's most powerful X-ray laser.
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Ocean Ark Alliance shared Tim Silverwood - Environmentalist's post.August 6, 2018 at 10:36pm
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Tim Silverwood - Environmentalist
Thanks to ABC News for this neat clip talking about our message & promoting the War on Waste series. The final episode of series 2 goes to air 830pm Tuesday night but you can watch all episodes (including all of series 1!) on #abciview It’s time to win the #waronwaste ! #take3forthesea #waronwasteau @abcnews_au
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Ocean Ark AllianceAugust 6, 2018 at 5:31pm
The aim of the project is to tap into the power of citizen science to dramatically increase the amount of monitoring data within the Great Barrier Reef, and then translate these crowd-sourced data into valuable information that managers can use to make better decisions.


Ocean Ark Alliance

OAA’s mission is to nurture, inspire and create a deeper appreciation of some of the most wondrous, yet fragile, ecosystems on our planet through educational outreach. Our current focus is coral reefs and shark conservation.

Our Project and Initiatives

OAA offers its Development Partners access to and license-free use of an ever-growing media collection of globally significant marine digital stills, scientific data and video libraries, for a wide variety of selected non-profit uses in marine education, science and conservation projects.

Global Education Endowments

Ocean Ark Alliance (OAA) is a Not For Profit organisation based in Australia dedicated to supporting, sponsoring and promoting marine education and the conservation of oceanic environments. OAA is part of a global network of Development Partners that includes world-renowned marine scientists, researchers, undersea explorers, multi-award-winning film-makers and photographers, marine artists and media specialists, educators, conservation organisations and a diverse range of business organisations.

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