Author Archives: Jeremy Shiers

About Jeremy Shiers

Father of 4. Writes and talks to show others that using science and maths is easy and can be fun. It is also sometimes useful if you need to check what you being told is true. Makes sense to help your children learn too. Other times often found in garden or down by the sea. http://jeremyshiers.com http://twitter.com/JeremyShiers http://facebook.com/JeremyShiers

You Never Know Who You Will Meet On A Walk

  I thought maybe it was dead but when I came back  about 20 minutes later it had moved about 10 yards onto the road.

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It’s Still Cold But Birds Don’t Seem To Mind

Ducks by the tidal  pond at Thatched Cottage near Kirby Creek

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Snow On Beach At Walton-on-Naze

There would have been at least 4 high tides since the snow fell. This shows there is a band of sand in front of the sea wall that was not covered by the sea, this is important as the sand … Continue reading

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What Happens To Salt Marsh At High Tide?

It may look like this, especially at a neap tide.   But at a spring high tide it may  look like this     Yes the saltmarsh is completely submerged.   If saltmarsh is submerged for days, weeks or months … Continue reading

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What is saltmarsh

It looks like this It may seem like a load of grass and stuff growing in some mud and it is! But it is a vital habitat, second only to rain forest, providing home for young fish and crustaceans.  Also … Continue reading

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