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    cassidain is online now
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    Coral Restoration St-Barth

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    CORAL RESTORATION ST-BARTH

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    association engagée dans la restauration et le repeuplement des récifs marins endommagés

    NOTRE MISSION
    Notre mission est de repeupler des zones de récifs avec des coraux génétiquement solides et diversifiés qui à leur tour viendront réensemencer ces récifs. Nous pourrons ainsi l''étudier et mieux comprendre la biologie, les mécanismes et le rôle de l'hôte corallien. Préserver les écosystèmes marins pour le futur des océans est un pilier essentiel de la conservation marine.
















    • FAIRE UN DON
      • Vos dons contribuent à l'entretien des tables de culture des coraux destinés à être transplanté pour restaurer un récif.
      • Vos dons nous aident à sensibiliser les communautés locales et le grand public à la préservation des écosystèmes marins et des récifs coralliens.
      • Vos dons soutiennent à développer des programmes de recherche scientifique pour mieux préserver les récifs coralliens, comprendre ces écosystèmes et trouver de meilleures solutions aux problèmes liés à leurs menaces.







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    Our conjecture is it can never be restored with all the sewage that is emitted from the island and the global warming trends. Wish it was not so. Your thoughts?

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    cassidain is online now
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    Sewage? Grey water and black water dumped in the bays of St-Barth?
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    Oy. Maybe the island should just shutdown their new sewerage treatment plant. Which has been discussed here before. Multiple freaking times!

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    Ocean warming has more to do with coral die off than anything else ...coral have a very tight range of temperature tolerance and even one degree up can adversely effect coral mortality ......this problem and its causes may be bigger than anything we can do to rectify it
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    Quote Originally Posted by cassidain View Post
    Sewage? Grey water and black water dumped in the bays of St-Barth?
    They must be angling for the next Olympics.
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    just marvelous!
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