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Description:HOUSE : 14 CORBYN CRESCENT :SHOREHAM-BY-SEASUSSEX :EMail:Glaucus@hotmail.comFor optimumviewing read in 1024 x 768 using medium fontspleased to introduce the British Marine Life Study Society. We are responsiblefor producing the journal GLAUCUS,which is the first publication exploring the marine life of the seas surroundingthe British Isles available to the general public.also publish the quarterly SHOREWATCH Newsletterand the TORPEDO Electronic News Bulletin.stimulate interest in the undersea world and natural history of the seas,and related subjects.bridge the gap between the popular books and scientific literature by publishingreadable and informative articles on marine life and the ocean environment.liaise and co-operate with conservation and fishery organisations and otherwildlife groups.slideconstructed for my presentation "TheSeashore Rockpooler"Thisguest picture of the marine wildlife and seascape or shorescape,underseaor intertidal habitats will change intermittentlyOceans Day was first declared as 8th June at the Earth Summit in Rio deJaneiro in 1992.Eventsoccurred all around the world on and around this day.Fortechnical and resource reasons, AdurWorld Oceans Day will not take place inAdurwas one of the UK leaders in presenting the seventeenth environmental exhibitionof WorldOceans Day on CoronationGreen,Shoreham-by-Sea.British Marine Life StudySociety presented the usual exhibition of the seashoreaquarium and thelobsters and crabs.The Friends of Shoreham Beach (FOSB)took an active role with their display of the wonders of ShorehamBeach. Wildlife writer SteveSavage presented the Man and the Sea exhibitionwith a video microscope. Exhibitors were available to find the time toanswer questions about marine life. Worldof Widewater exhibited a display and information about the brackishwater lagoon and local nature reserve.Otherparticipants included SouthwickCamera Club with an exhibition of seascapes and marine life.WorldOceans Day on facebookAdurWorld Oceans Day on facebookUnitedNations: World Oceans Dayaim of the event is to introduce the young visitors to the world of thesea and seashore,an opportunity they may not get.It is an educational event with an opportunityfor children to participate in the interactiveactivities."Quoteby Andy Horton (British Marine Life Study Society)LINKTO THE ADUR WORLD OCEANS DAY BLOGSPOTWORLDOCEANS DAY EVENTS FROM AROUND THE WORLDWORLDOCEANS DAY ON FACEBOOKMorephotographs ofAdurWorld Oceans Day 2012British Marine Life Study Society is a voluntary non-profit making organisation.Wepublish information and do not engage in campaigns.Instituteof Biology Affiliated SocietyBritish Marine Life Study Society is a voluntary group funded by member'ssubscriptions without any public or private grants.you do not receive a reply or acknowledgement to an EMail within two weeks,please write againPermission has NOT beengranted for the craft and intellectual work on this site to be lifted andplaced on a different web site or other publications. However, a Link tothis site is permitted, and welcomed, on your own web site pages. If youhave included a Link to this site, please advise. If it is relevant, areciprocal link may be included.many of the files on the BMLSS site, will require alteration of the PageSet-up in your browser. In Internet Explorer 5, try shaving 10 mm off eachside.
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