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Stalagmites from Ning Bing range, WA inform about cyclones

Zebra Rock Gallery was visited by researchers from Cornell College, Iowa, USA who are researching stalagmites (Speleothem) from Western Australia for what they can tell us about tropical cyclones. It appears that the deposition of mud in the stalagmites is related to flooding of caves during tropical cyclones.
 
The pattern of mud deposited can give information about the occurrence of tropical cyclones over time.Dr. Rhawn Denniston and two undergraduate students together withJohn Cugleyfrom the Cave Exploration Group, WA visited our workshop today and were assisted by

"Meet and Greet - with Jazz"

We welcomeDavid and Sandra Reesand friend Helen Humphries as visitors from Melbourne in early July. They are visiting to see the sights of the East Kimberley and Kununurra. Even better (for us) David has agreed to tickle the ivory on our grand piano at a private function onMonday July 4to meet and greet invited guests from Packsaddle and town. David is an accomplished jazz pianist. We are looking forward to his cool music. Should be a great introduction for our visitors to life at the 'Last Frontier'.
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