Marine research is an expanding field of science as the health of our oceans is an early indicator of the health of our world. I have experience in the effects of temperature and carbon dioxide increases on coral species.
I have a professional level of knowledge in the science of coral reef habitats and the species of coral and marine life that exist on the reefs and depend on each other for survival.
I have experience in community projects associated with empowering coastal communities to better understand the need for sustainable marine ecosystems for their livlihood.
Gain valuable knowledge in understanding how the recording of specific marine creatures can act as indicators of change, giving us key information about the health status of our reef systems if monitored over a long period of time.
To provide training and conservation education opportunities for coastal communities, aspart of an integrated programme to develop local capacity and ensurethe long term protection and sustainable use of marine resources.
As a PADI qualified instructor, I have a thorough understanding of dive techniques including equipment used to dive. As a strong communicator, I am able to coach a group of individuals effectively, sometimes in potentially risky environments.
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Marine scientists and trained scuba divers work together to rid the pristine coral reef of invasive species such as the infamous Crown of Thorns starfish.
To develop local capacity and ensure the long term protection and sustainable use of marine resources.