Pictures from recent Marine & Environmental Monitoring work at Toll’s Dampier Supply Base

Sustainability recently completed the second site visit for the 2018-19 Marine and Environmental Monitoring program at Toll’s Dampier Supply Base. The following pictures show the retrieval, sampling and testing of; biosentinel oysters, sediment, and water to monitor the changes to the physical and chemical parameters of the King Bay Waters over time.

David Hunt and Joshua Hall conducting water quality profiling in the slipway.

Diver cutting the oyster cages free from the mooring system.

Oceanics team member ready to dive into the water to retrieve the oyster cages.

Shucking oysters to collect samples for the laboratory analysis.

To find out more about Sustainability’s work on this project here are some recent posts:

Marine & Environmental Monitoring site visit to Toll’s Dampier Supply Base operations

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