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Seaweek 2013: Sustainable Seas


Australian Government, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. Commonwealth of Australia. (2012). Our Australia One Place, Many Stories: Oceans.

MTAQ. Coast and Marine Education Syllabus. Level 4 – beyond Level 6. Marine Teacher’s Association of Queensland Inc.,

ACARA (2012). Australian Curriculum, Version 4. Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority.




Australian Government - Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.

Marine protected areas

Australian Marine conservation society

Australia's Sustainable Seafood Guide

Sustainable Australian seafood

Oceans protection

World first for oceans made law in Australia


Sustainable ocean ecosystems and living resources - The Wealth from Oceans Flagship is delivering science and technology to help sustain life in Australia's ocean realm.

The dynamic ocean: building foundations for climate, national security and sustainable marine industries

Online poster – biodiversity in Western Australia’s Deep Sea

David Suzuki Foundation
Ecosystem-based management and oceans management-and-oceans/

Video - Fisher Steve Johansen challenges you to celebrate World Oceans Day every day canadians-to-celebrate-world-oceans-day-ever/

Not Just a Pretty View: An Overview of What the Oceans Do for Us oceans-do-for-us/

Fish and people

You can see some still frame grabs from the videos here: 75

Get a quick fix of the scope and style of the motion graphic storytelling by watching Module 4 here:

You can see all the movies in the Fish and People Vimeo channel here:

You can download a table of contents for the 5 modules here: es.pdf


Images for sustainable oceans PkUNe8N4r5mAXLhIHAAQ&sqi=2&ved=0CE8QsAQ&biw=1920&bih=875

Australian aquaculture

Monterey Bay aquarium
Reduce, reuse, recycle

Beach contamination

Plastics in the water column

Ocean watch Australia

SeaNet achievements - brochure

Marine pests

The seafood Redlist

Tweet for the oceans

Video – Drop into the ocean

Canned Tuna ranking

Sea horse farming

Sustainable oceans international

Sustainable Ocean Innovation Award 2012 – scroll down – Right hand side - video

World wildlife fund

Priority ocean places

Marine threats.

Marine solutions

Priority species - Marine turtles es/marine_turtles/

PDF files

Note: PDF files of the unit and the resource pages are provided in the member’s only section of the MESA website.

Happy Seaweek 13 from Dr Chrtistine Preston and the MESA team.




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