Links and Connections

Apr 22, 2020 | Blog

Please find some links to interesting resources and websites all about the Exe. There are so many different ways to look at the Exe Estuary and this is a growing list so please do send us any recommendations.  We are of course not responsible for any content on these websites.
 
Explanation of how currents behave on a big scale whether hot or cold, how they change, descend or ascend in the oceans and how they behave differently depending on salinity.
https://gpm.nasa.gov/education/videos/thermohaline-circulation-great-ocean-conveyor-belt
 
The very useful Exe Estuary Partnership toolkit: State of the Exe Estuary
 
A European funded project in the Exe Estuary running 2011-2014 exploring Living with a Changing Coast

Birds and Moths on the Exe. Amazing to see how much variety there is.
https://gobirdingexmouth.blogspot.com/

Met Office Climate Dashboard with the main research areas being monitored including sea temperature.
https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/hadobs/monitoring/dashboard.html

Foundation set up in memory of Joanna Toole to encourage the protection of the oceans and the creatures that live in them.
https://joannatoolefoundation.org/

Citizan –  a Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network with a regional focus on South Devon’s Rivers

Time and Tide Bell – a sculpture, community and climate science project located in different sites around the UK coastline

Climavore On Tidal Zones – The Oyster Table  – A project linking sustainable fishing, aquaculture, community and culture on the Isle of Skye

Body of Water: water quality creative lab

Body of Water: water quality creative lab

Body of Water: a water quality workshop day Fish, amphibian, and reptile, warm-blooded bird and mammal-each of us carries in our veins a salty stream in which the elements sodium, potassium, and calcium are combined in almost the same proportions as in sea water.―...

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Wider Than The Sea

Wider Than The Sea

  What if the locals advised the visitors about their estuary? How to enjoy the place from an insiders view? And how to respect it in order to preserve it? ‘Wider than a river’ is a collection of generously shared thoughts and reflections from people who live...

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Pop Up: Starcross and Topsham

Pop Up: Starcross and Topsham

Pop Up Exhibition at Starcross and Topsham   We had a great two days sharing ideas, thoughts and artworks from the Exe Box and online activities in Starcross and Topsham over the weekend. Participation and interest exceeded our expectations and we enjoyed hearing...

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Galleries for Exe Box and online activities

Galleries for Exe Box and online activities

Tidelines Community Online GalleriesMaps, thoughts, diary entries and photos submitted as part of the ExeEstuary Box and online. Mapping the Exe Personal maps of the estuary Questions from the Exe Estuary Things we would like to know Exe Home Screen Phone framed...

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Lympstone to Exmouth Part 7 of Jon Seal’s 7 part film.

Lympstone to Exmouth Part 7 of Jon Seal’s 7 part film.

  Film 7 of 7: Lympstone to Exmouth https://youtu.be/eosDNNUuc2o Jon's 7th film completes the circle almost to it's starting point. For the final part of the journey, the stone makes its way from Lympstone to Orcombe Point. It passes through the estuary on to the wide...

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Illustration students and the estuary

Illustration students and the estuary

    Two groups of Illustration students from Pymouth University have been working with Tidelines on a project exploring how to draw greater attention to the diversity of life in the Exe estuary and the estuary as a living system. We had a series of online...

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High Water: Tides, Climate, Oceans and The Exe estuary

High Water: Tides, Climate, Oceans and The Exe estuary

HIGH WATER EVENT: 30 March 2021 Sarah Cameron Sunde Tidelines partnered with Art-earth and Low Carbon Devon to run the High Water event where 60 artists and scientists and others from all round the Uk and the world talked about their work and relation to the oceans,...

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Big Thanks You to boxers!

Big Thanks You to boxers!

Thank you so much to everyone around the estuary who has responded to the Exe estuary box challenge and returned boxes to us! We are so grateful for the time you have taken to share your maps, your questions, your thoughts and your creativity all about the estuary...

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Birds on the Exe tide line

Birds on the Exe tide line

Matt Knot writes about the birds he sees on the Exe estuary and surrounding area on his website: http://gobirdingexmouth.blogspot.com/. Here you can find out not just about the birds but also much more besides including moths, butterflies and wildflowers. His...

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Reading Water

Reading Water

  We've been talking for a while with Naomi about her ideas to create a project around the HMS Terror and its history and how its stories finds resonances today weaving into climate narratives and stories that connect us through the oceans to other parts of the world....

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