We’ve started processing some of the recordings from the workshop. We’ll post more here as soon as they are ready. We had a few challenges during our first live broadcast and recording the presentation. We hope you will enjoy hearing the information either for the first time or re-living some your favorite moments. Definitely one …
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Want faster viewing on a mobile device? (click here) New page removes graphics that may take longer to download. The user is provided with link and opportunity enter full site and view live map when bandwith is available or time is convenient. Reef sites are sorted by bearing from St Andrew Bay …
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Nice quick trip! Check out the reef going down. Adding to DuPont Reef field with a variety of concrete modules.
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View Larger Map Confirmed Coordinates are: REEFNAME Bearing Deg Distance nm LON DDMM.MMM LAT DDMM.MMM DuPont Module -1 219.6 10.8 -8550.851 2958.917 DuPont Module -2 218.2 10.5 -8550.519 2958.918 DuPont Module -3 219.8 11.0 -8551.006 2958.782 DuPont Module -4 219.2 10.9 -8550.857 2958.775 DuPont Module -5 218.5 10.8 -8550.697 2958.776 DuPont Module …
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We need your help in monitoring and protecting these valuable resources. At the end of your diving or fishing trip please complete a short reef survey. You can also send us pictures and video through the reef comment form (click here). This important information helps us maintain an accurate list …
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This week, we will bring new restoration and evaluation techniques from University of Florida – IFAS aquaculture researchers and experts to Bay County. Oyster reefs create living ecosystems that are critical to estuary habitats. These reefs also serve to address shoreline erosion and improve wayer quality by filtering sediments and algae.
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