Time for east auzy current delivering juveniles to our coast line and down south.

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Time for east auzy current delivering juveniles to our coast line and down south.

Post  liquidg on 27th September 2013, 2:05 pm

The purple grey mass just below the Q border is the cold water that should be near Frazer Island in years gone by at this time of year of August into early September and use to recede in late September.
These pics are over months, from July 20th to late September 20th.
Global warming is extremely obvious in South East Queenslands waters.
The green waters are what the east auzy current is pushing through the colder southern waters.








The northern warm juvenile rich waters ready to break through and head south.


They have brocken through and with the help of some eddies along the way, its repopulating time, lol.


Nearly 100 percent of what comes from up here as tropical juvenile species, dies in waters below Byron bay south from May to August wiping out virtually all aquarium species, until now when they start to get replaced and show from late September to full on in March, only to die all over again.

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