Tag Archives: Cyrene Reef

Shark sighting at Cyrene Reef – best ending to 5 years of seagrass monitoring!

I’ve been monitoring seagrasses with TeamSeagrass ever since I started my Research Studies project on seagrasses in 2007 while in RGS, and seagrasses are really why I got so interested and involved with all that I do now (: Now … Continue reading

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Nostalgia at Chek Jawa and Cyrene

I went to Chek Jawa (24 May) and Cyrene Reef (25 May) the days before the Festival of Biodiversity, and while I was there, I was feeling very nostalgic and sentimental. I’ve been to both places often enough (though of … Continue reading

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Seagrasses at Cyrene!

I took half day off work today to monitor seagrasses at Cyrene reef! Reached West Coast Park with some time to spare, so I went to walk around, and saw lots of birds (apart from the usual mynas)! Pardon the … Continue reading

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The next generation…

I had a very well-spent Saturday last week, 24 September 2011, at my first Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III (BoSS3)! It was jointly organised by NUS and NParks. There were two held previously, in 2003 and 2007, but I was … Continue reading

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Chewed-up Pentaceraster mammillatus at Cyrene!

I forgot to bring my camera, and so have no photos. Which I’m very sad about, because it’s not often that I get to go Cyrene, and Cyrene is a simply awesome place. A bit about Cyrene: Cyrene reef is … Continue reading

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