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WrMC Wreck Creek Mouth Condition SiteActive Mouth Condition 06-04-2017 - 23-01-2020
|#13532||23 Jan 2020||Approved||
Two Nankeen Night Herons in estuary
|#13525||20 Jan 2020||Approved||
Given the location of the water within Wreck Creek, a clear line of sight with the horizon was not possible. Given this the estimated berm height was around 85cm.
|#13488||20 Dec 2019||Approved||
Sand berm height to difficult to measure given the location of the estuarine's water.
|#13424||22 Nov 2019||Approved|
|#13401||8 Nov 2019||Approved|
|#13390||6 Nov 2019||Approved|
|#13197||12 Jul 2019||Approved|
|#13199||12 Jul 2019||Approved|
|#13198||11 Jul 2019||Approved||
|#13186||8 Jul 2019||Approved|
|#13166||28 May 2019||Approved|
|#12911||9 May 2019||Approved|
|#12893||29 Apr 2019||Approved|
|#12866||24 Apr 2019||Approved||
Sand berm to hard to measure due to debris build up and location (i.e. unable to line up horizon with sand berm).
|#12838||9 Apr 2019||Approved||
Sand berm height to difficult to measure as a result of tea tree debris and channel location.
|#12816||2 Apr 2019||Approved|
|#12323||13 Aug 2018||Approved|
|#12310||7 Aug 2018||Approved|
|#12285||20 Jul 2018||Approved||
Estuary mouth opened naturally at around lunch time
|#12287||19 Jul 2018||Approved||
Due to the location of the estuary behind the trees and debris the horizon could not be sighted to get a height of the sand berm above the estuary. My prediction is that it is currently 10 to 15cm above the estuary height.
|#12263||18 Jul 2018||Approved||
Large swell and tide pushing allot of water into the estuary.
|#12230||3 Jul 2018||Approved|
|#12216||22 Jun 2018||Approved|
|#12286||20 Jun 2018||Approved|
|#12215||18 Jun 2018||Approved||
Kilcunda tide times used.
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