MTAQ Marine Teachers Association of Queensland

ABN: 70 652 509 393

P.O. Box 1258
Coolum Beach Qld 4573

Publicity Officer

Joline Lalime


Craig Reid
Meridan State College
07 5490 2666



Posted: 6-Oct-2005 17:06

BRISBANE NORTH MAST DAYMORETON BAY BOAT CLUBSCARBOROUGH HARBOUR Brisbane North held one of its dual MAST days early in Term 4. This MAST day was used as a leadership assessment day for all 106 year 11 students at Southern Cross Catholic College, Scarborough. The students spent the morning rotating through a


The Blue Planet TV Series - Deep Blue

Posted: 9-Sep-2005 17:50

** Deep Blue **Scenes from The Blue Planet TV series, exclusive extra footage and a brand new score by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra combine into a sensual 90-minute celebration of life in the sea.Take an online journey beneath the waves yourself.


Invitation to make a written submission to the Abalone Taskforce

Posted: 29-Aug-2005 13:43

Dear StakeholderPlease see the attached documents for your information and invitation to make a written submission to the Abalone Taskforce currently underway in NSW.Kind regards,Corinne.Corinne BerryExecutive OfficerAbalone TaskforcePO Box K220Haymarket NSW 1240Phone: 8437 4956Mob 0422 308 770


Spotlight On Marine Science Funds Winners

Posted: 29-Aug-2005 13:21

Congratulations to Holy Spirit College Mackay who have won TRIAL/PILOT PARTNERSHIP FUNDS Marine Studies Senior Science Partnership Funding. HSC application to set up a Marine Education Centre - Aquaculture has been successful.The team at HSC are to be congratulated for their interest and efforts in promoting Marine Studies


Landcare and Catchment Management Conference

Posted: 20-Jul-2005 13:32

Q-links is the monthly bulletin of the Queensland Landcare Foundation. To subscribe, send an email to: Queensland Landcare and Catchment Management Conference and Awards. One week until registrations close! The 2005 Queensland Landcare Conference being held in Barcaldine from the 4th – 7th August.If you are interested in Landcare


Southern Cross College off to North West Island

Posted: 18-Jul-2005 13:01

Saturday the 16th July a strange convoy left Scarborough at midnight.A truck. A bus and boat combo. A coach and trailer rig. And 45 adventurers headed toward Gladstone for a rendezvous with the reef.Soutern Cross Catholic College's Year 11 Marine Studies classes are off on their annual pilgrimage to Northwest Island

Coast and Marine Syllabus Workshop Leaders Wanted

Posted: 18-Jun-2005 08:40

TRAIN THE TRAINER WORKSHOP INVITATIONConducted by the Marine Teachers Association of Queensland INC.ABN: 70 652 509 393, PO Box 9278 Gold Coast MC 4217 Telephone: (07) 5532 - Marine Studies Workshop Leaders for TERM 3To run workshops in the following regions:•  Gold Coast• Brisbane• Sunshine Coast• Wide Bay• Gladstone• Rockhampton• Mackay• Townsville• Cairns• ToowoombaCME Leaders Workshop - Choose Saturday

Coast and Marine Education Syllabus Accredited by QSA 9th May

Posted: 11-May-2005 14:00

Coast and Marine Education Syllabus AcceditedOn Monday May 9th, the Queensland Studies Authority accredited our Coast and Marine Education Syllabus for 5 years till 2010.The syllabus has been professionally typset into a 32 page colour booklet with a colour cover.The licence agreement is now finalised and we expect to take



Posted: 12-Apr-2005 00:00

SOUTHERN CROSS CATHOLIC COLLEGE - YEAR 12 FIELD STUDY UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND RESEARCH STATION NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND 20-24 MARCH 2005The research station has comfortable bunk rooms, a large lecture theatre, commercial kitchen, indoor/outdoor eating areas, library, computer


Amazon Abyss & Want to meets a flying fish and a vomiting sea

Posted: 12-Apr-2005 00:00

A great TV series from the BBC covers many topical marine environmental issues. To be amazed check out the Amazon Abyss every evening at 7pm on BBC ** Journey of Life **The BBC's ** Journey of Life ** episode explores the extraordinary diversity of life on Earth. Discover


Name that bloodsucker

Posted: 12-Apr-2005 00:00

Scientists have discovered a new bloodsucking fish in the Amazon. The small Brazilian stream in which it was discovered has more species than all the rivers in England. Relive the excitement and join 7,000 other people whohave helped name the new species.Check out the following website for more details.

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