Tag Archives: Team Seagrass

Nature in Singapore

It’s the official opening of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum in Singapore tomorrow (18 April 2015)! The first and only natural history museum in Singapore, I’m gutted I won’t be around/be able to visit till many months later, … Continue reading

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From the West to the East, from mangroves to seagrasses.

Had a most enjoyable day last Saturday, 21 September 2013, one of the most awesome Saturdays one could ever ask for. I woke up bright and early to head to Kranji East mangroves for International Coastal Cleanup Singapore’s annual cleanup. … Continue reading

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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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The Seagrasses of Chek Jawa

I woke up bright and early to go Chek Jawa with TeamSeagrass last Sunday (13 May 2012). For the last time (in a long while). First to greet us upon reaching Chek Jawa Visitor Centre are the Wild Boars (Sus … Continue reading

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Tears at Chek Jawa in 2001

This was first posted at the Singapore Memory Portal on 14 March at 12.30am. I remember bits of Chek Jawa, back when there was no Visitor Centre and no boardwalk, when Chek Jawa was “discovered” by Joseph Lai in 2001. … Continue reading

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6 years of seagrass monitoring! D:

[update 23 Feb: some links added] Last Sunday (19 Feb 2012) TeamSeagrass went to Pulau Semakau for yet another round of seagrass monitoring! It was my first seagrass monitoring trip for the year, as I missed the one at Chek Jawa … Continue reading

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Pulau Semakau – holds more than our incinerated trash!

Most Singaporeans, if they do know what P. Semakau is, don’t know that it offers much more than just being a landfill for our trash. There is wildlife to be found there too! TeamSeagrass was there on 26 Nov, Saturday, … Continue reading

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