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Illustration of coastline base gradient from deep reef to shallow reef, exposed sand, protected sand, and estuary

Coastline 2D: estuary to deep reef

Illustration of coastline base gradient from deep reef to shallow reef, exposed sand, protected sand, and estuary

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Coastline 2D: estuary to deep reef

Illustration of coastline base with sand dune system gradient from sea level to berm, frontal dune, and inner barrier system

Coastline 2D: sand dune system

Illustration of coastline base with sand dune system gradient from sea level to berm, frontal dune, and inner barrier system

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Coastline 2D: sand dune system

Illustration of coastline base with sand dune gradient from sea level to berm, frontal dune, outer barrier system, lagoon, and inner barrier system

Coastline 2D: sand dune system with lagoon

Illustration of coastline base with sand dune gradient from sea level to berm, frontal dune, outer barrier system, lagoon, and inner barrier system

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Coastline 2D: sand dune system with lagoon

Illustration of lake base with stratified water column in epilimnion and hypolimnion

Lake 2D: stratified

Illustration of lake base with stratified water column in epilimnion and hypolimnion

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Lake 2D: stratified

Oryza meridionalis is a wild rice indigenous to Australia. It is found at edges of freshwater lagoons, temporary pools, and swamps

Oryza meridionalis (Wild rice)

Oryza meridionalis is a wild rice indigenous to Australia. It is found at edges of freshwater lagoons, temporary pools, and swamps

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Oryza meridionalis (Wild rice)

As per Darwin's theory about the formation of coral atolls, this illustration shows the remaining coral atoll following subsidence of the original volcanic island.

Reef 3D: coral atoll

As per Darwin's theory about the formation of coral atolls, this illustration shows the remaining coral atoll following subsidence of the original volcanic island.

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Reef 3D: coral atoll

The banded flutterer dragonfly is found along the north and east coasts of Australia as well as Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia. They prefer still or slow-running waters, and glide or flutter their wings slowly. They can change speed and direction suddenly when flight

Rhyothemis graphiptera (Banded Flutterer)

The banded flutterer dragonfly is found along the north and east coasts of Australia as well as Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and New Caledonia. They prefer still or slow-running waters, and glide or flutter their wings slowly. They can change speed and direction suddenly when flight

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Rhyothemis graphiptera (Banded Flutterer)

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