Spencer Gulf


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Spencer Gulf

An inlet of the Indian Ocean off south-central Australia between the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas.

Spencer Gulf

n
(Placename) an inlet of the Indian Ocean in S Australia, between the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas. Length: about 320 km (200 miles). Greatest width: about 145 km (90 miles)
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The LCEP will produce synthetic natural gas and/or ammonium nitrate products (fertiliser and industrial explosives) from the remnant coal resources at Leigh Creek, utilising In Situ Gasification technologies, and will provide long term stability and economic development opportunities to the communities of the Upper Spencer Gulf, northern Flinders Ranges and South Australia.
Spencer Gulf sees a gathering of colourful giant cuttlefish.
The SA police patrol boat Investigator II was also in the area, about nine nautical miles east of Edithburgh on the Yorke Peninsula in the Spencer Gulf. Neptune Island, a global hotspot for great white sharks, was about 50km west.
With starters such as black angus and artichoke carpaccio or king scallops and strawberries followed by main courses like king prawns from Spencer Gulf, Australia or Chilean sea bass from the Kerguelen Islands, we were spoiled for choice.
The best-documented traditions, some mythologised, are presented for six sites around the Australian coast (Bathurst and Melville Islands, Northern Territory; Rottnest, Carnac and Garden Islands, Western Australia; Spencer Gulf, South Australia; Kangaroo Island, South Australia; Port Phillip Bay, Victoria; Cairns and Fitzroy Island, Queensland).
The child regularly ate raw marine fish, caught by his father in the Spencer Gulf during recreational fishing.
Breeding in Sepia apama is well documented through study of annual winter mass-spawning aggregations that occur on shallow rocky reefs at northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia (Norman et al.
Occurrence of dolphins and seabirds and their consumption of by-catch during prawn trawling in Spencer Gulf, Australia.
At the Spencer Gulf, near Port Augusta in South Australia, Sundrop Farms is turning sunlight and seawater into fresh water and food inside greenhouses.
* FRACGP, MD, DA, Senior Lecturer, Spencer Gulf Rural Health School, Adelaide.