Marine Volunteers tackle tough aliens...

August 27, 2013 by dyertrust

Acacia cyclops, or rather Rooikrans as it more widely known is an alien invasive tree that was originally planted by the colonialists to stabilize sand dunes and now it has become one of the most wide spread alien invasive trees in our region. This coastal alien stabilizing our mobile sand dune systems, starving the coastal sections of healthy sand which is necessary for healthy ecosystem functioning.

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For the love of our Oceans...

August 23, 2013 by dyertrust

For the love of our oceans....

The slogan above epitomizes all that WWFs Sustainable Seafood Initiative stands for and seafood Consumer Outreach Manager, Janine Basson, put this message across beautifully at the latest marine evening hosted at the Great White House in Kleinbaai - by Marine Dynamics and Dyer Island Cruises. The Overberg hosts many an enthusiastic fishermen, shore and boat based, with fishing being the livelihood of many of the people living in Gansbaai so the conservation of the fish resources in this area is of utmost importance.

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Environmental influences on Great White Sharks

August 16, 2013 by dyertrust

ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON THE ABUNDANCE AND SEXUAL COMPOSITION OF WHITE SHARKS IN GANSBAAI

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