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T11: Swan River

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    One of five oxygenation devices in the Swan River.

    &quot;Five oxygenation plants are managed and operated by Department of Water in partnership with the Swan River Trust, two on the upper Swan at Guildford and Caversham, and three on the Canning River above the Kent St weir at Bacon St, Camsell Way and Nicholson Rd.These locations experience hypoxia for an extended period of the year owing to the oxygen demand of the ecosystem exceeding the natural rate of oxygen replenishment achieved through the processes of wind mixing, diffusion and photosynthesis.&quot; From <a href="https://www.water.wa.gov.au/water-topics/waterways/managing-our-waterways2/low-dissolved-oxygen-and-oxygenation" rel="noreferrer nofollow">www.water.wa.gov.au/water-topics/waterways/managing-our-w...</a>

    <a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oxygenation_device_in_the_Swan_River.jpg" rel="noreferrer nofollow">commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oxygenation_device_in_the...</a>

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    I was setting out to row across the river to the palm tree beach, I think from Freshwater Bay. This may have been the time that we brought Marnie down to see my boat, but I'm not certain. The hat I'm wearing I had until I got dumped at Trigg in Summer 2002 when I lost it.

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    I was setting out to row across the river to the palm tree beach, I think from Freshwater Bay. This may have been the time that we brought Marnie down to see my boat, but I'm not certain. The hat I'm wearing I had until I got dumped at Trigg in Summer 2002 when I lost it.

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