What is a Rocky Shore?
http://www.epa.qld.gov.au/nature_conservation/habitats/marine_habitats/rocky_shore/?format=print

Where is Hoffman's Rocks - Nudibranch Park?
http://www.widebay.net/wmpme/

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List of Resources:

Rock pools and platforms are part of the rocky shore environment. Animals and plants in these habitats survive being flooded in high tide and drying out at low tide

http://www.amonline.net.au/wild_kids/coasts.cfm#rockpools

Marine Discovery Centre - Queenscliffe Victoria
http://www.rockyshores.auz.info/back_info.htm

Life on Australian Sea Shores - Keith Davey
http://www.mesa.edu.au/friends/seashores/default.htm

Victorian Resource
www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/resources/19_1327.pdf

Canadian Resources - good general information
http://www.glf.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/sci-sci/bysea-enmer/shores-rivages-e.html

BBC Rocky Shores Flash
http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/blueplanet/edge/flash/main.swf

Food Web for Tidal Rock Pool
Food Chains:
Phytoplankton – blue periwinkle – little sea star
Kelp – limpet – oyster borer
Neptune’s necklace – crab – octopus
Phytoplankton – zooplankton – barnacle
Cunjevoi – cartrut shell
Plankton – sea anemone
Zooplankton – tube worm
Kelp – sea urchin
Neptune’s necklace – black nerite – oyster borer
Red coralline seaweed – chiton

Food Webs: