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FOMS Newsletter #16, October 2015

Dr Rien Habermehl describes the fault-line at Finniss Springs
Dr Rien Habermehl describes the fault-line at Finniss Springs

This newsletter edition features:

FOMS Newsletter #14, September 2013

Colin Harris installing sign at Cutting Grass Spring
Colin Harris installing sign at Cutting Grass Spring

This newsletter edition features:Major funding secured by SA Arid Lands NRM Board for Mound Springs Management Project

  • Major funding secured by SA Arid Lands NRM Board for Mound Springs Management Project
  • FOMS Field Trip August 2013
  • Mound Springs Trip May 2013: Maintaining the Walking Trails
  • GAB Researchers’ Forum held in Adelaide
  • Surviving a Changing Environment: Behaviour and Ecology of a Desert-Dwelling Fish
  • Lake Eyre – Native Title and a re-naming
  • Farewell Bill Giles

FOMS Newsletter #13, October 2012

A rare sight, water surrounding Beresford Hill, May 2012
A rare sight, water surrounding Beresford Hill, May 2012

This newsletter edition features:

  • FOMS Members have successful trip to Queensland Springs
  • A Territorian Perspective
  • Mud, mud, glorious mud
  • GAB springs researchers win South Australian Spatial Excellence award for innovation
  • Strangways and Peake Walking Trails in Good Shape
  • New Access Facilities at Blanche Cup and The Bubbler
  • Roxby Buffel Busters take a stand
  • The Neales Catchment under Scrutiny
  • Vale Adam Plate

FOMS Newsletter #12, October 2011

Some of the FOMS volunteers at Strangways. From left: John Childs, Bill Giles, Hadyn Hanna, Colin Harris, Bernice Cohen, Chris Hanna, Leigh Childs, Anne Jensen
Some of the FOMS volunteers at Strangways. From left: John Childs, Bill Giles, Hadyn Hanna, Colin Harris, Bernice Cohen, Chris Hanna, Leigh Childs, Anne Jensen

This newsletter edition features:

  • FOMS volunteers construct trails at Strangways and the Peake
  • FOMS to receive water quality logger
  • DENR plans new infrastructure at Wabma Kadarbu Mound Springs Conservation Park

FOMS Newsletter #9, July 2009

The Bubbler, with Hamilton Hill in background
The Bubbler, with Hamilton Hill in background

This newsletter edition features:

  • Overview of Great Artesian Basin Springs in Queensland
  • SA Arid Lands Comprehensive Natural Resources Management Plan taking Shape
  • What’s in a Name? A note on the spelling of Wabma Kadarbu Mound Springs Conservation Park
  • Mound Spring Invertebrates – Research in Progress