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Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Beachcombing with a difference...

An interesting starter for beach processes could make use of the MSC Napoli, which is currently sinking off the Devon coast.
This could yet become a major pollution incident as oil, and toxic chemicals end up in an area which is famous for its fishing and marine life.
Containers are coming ashore on the beach at Branscombe, containing items such as BMW Motorbikes.
In the past, containers have spilled items which have then been used to track ocean currents.

BTec Learning Portal
Colleague Mr. Bilbie tells me that our BTec Learning Portal is now up and running, so KES Travel and Tourism students need to check out the site below - click the picture to go to the login page...

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