MESA logo
  Seaweek 2008    
Home | About MESA | Contact MESA | Seaweek | Site Resources | Marine Links | International News | MESA History
 

SW08 Home |  Sawfish Information sheets |  Teaching Units |  Live webcasts |  Seaweek events |  Photo Gallery |  Other species Info |  Sponsors


Options

Seaweek Home
Online Events Database
View Latest Events
Detailed Search

Add Your Seaweek Event

Select State

Australia-wide (2)
NSW (5)
QLD (1)
SA (3)
TAS (3)
VIC (2)
WA (2)

Search

Keyword Search:



Seaweek 2008 Events Listing

Events For TAS

5 Results Found, Now Viewing Results 1 to 5

Online



Australia-wide 

Tim Hoile

Games for Seaweek (Launched on Monday 3rd March)

Launch of two new games from the Marine Discovery Centre Henley Beach.

Fishing with Les:
http://www.marinediscoverycentre.com.au/Games/FishingWithLes.htm

and Birds of the Coast:

http://www.marinediscoverycentre.com.au/Games/SeaBirds.htm

Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre



TAS 

Ros Asten

Threatened Marine Species at the MDC (7th March)

Grade 3/4 class from Woodbridge School will experience a day dedicated to threatened species, including learning about the threats to Tasmanian native marine life, and participating in the MESA Grey Nurse Shark webcast.

Woodbridge Marine Discovery Centre



TAS 

Phone : 6267 4649

Ros Asten

Memorial to Tasmanian threatened marine species (March 3-7)

Tasmanian school students of all ages are invited to contribute a cut out shape of a threatened Tasmanian marine species for inclusion in a panel of artwork for the Memorial exhibition. The Memorial project aims to bring attention to the global extinction rate and will be exhibited in several locations around the world once completed. Contact Ros for more information or if you would like to contribute a shape!

education.au

182 Fullarton Road
Dulwich
Australia-wide 5065

Phone : 08 83343288

Cecily Wright

OzProject Sea Week 2008 (25th February - 11th April 2008)

This online project provides several opportunities for students to learn about the sea by sharing their knowledge and experiences and collaborating with others. It has been created for students in the Middle Primary years but may be adapted for younger or older students.

Meet at Rosny College

Bastick St
Rosny Park
TAS 7018

Phone : 03 6226 7477

Jeannie-Marie LeRoi

Seaweek Teacher Professional Development (March 1 - 3 )


Join us and explore the coastline of Tasman National Park with Tasman Island Cruises

Itinerary: Travel from Hobart (Rosny College) to Port Arthur by chartered bus. Depart for the spectacular sea tour, past towering dolerite cliffs, deep sea caves; see dolphins, seals and thousands of sea birds. Marine experts will be on hand to explain the journey.

You need to bring: Warm clothes, wet weather gear, hat, camera and drink (lunch will be provide).

Time: 8.00am start­ Approx. 5.00pm finish

Cost: Discounted price $130 (normally $165)

Includes two free Professional Development sessions with ideas for classroom activities and free teaching resources

Saturday 1 March (following boat trip): Impacts of Climate Change, Sea Level Rise and our Coasts Research into sea level rise, using a 160-year-old sea level gauge at Port Arthur, is being used in global predictions for the future. Presented by John Hunter from the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC.

Monday 3 March 4.00-5.30pm: Innovations in Tasmanian Marine Industries – An Ocean of Opportunity. Not only do we have the highest concentration of marine scientists in the Southern Hemisphere but we also have a huge diversity of cutting edge marine industries. Find out more with Sam Ibbott from Marine Solutions.
Where: CSIRO Science Education Centre, 36 Church Street, North Hobart.

Registration: By 26 February, with JeannieMarie.Leroi@utas.edu.au or phone 6226 7477

Queries: Jenni Burdon, phone: 6233 2184 Email: Jenni.Burdon@parks.tas.gov.au

   



 
 
   Contact Web Manager © MESA 1999 - 2009
0.01563 secs   
  BriTer Solutions   SpiderByte Web Design Top