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Deployment of the Water Quality Monitoring Buoy in Claxton Bay, Gulf of Paria

Deployment of the Water Quality Monitoring Buoy in Claxton Bay, Gulf of Paria The Institute of Marine Affairs (IMA), in conjunction with Microsoft Caribbean, Fujitsu, GlobeRangers and Digicel deployed a Water Quality Monitoring Buoy in the Gulf of Paria (GoP) off Claxton Bay on October 25th 2017.  To observe this event, a press conference was held at the Claxton Bay Fishing Facility and the feature address was delivered by the Honourable Camille Robinson-Regis, Minister of Planning and Development.  Minister Robinson- Regis stated that for far too long we have talked about our problems, but today we are here to discuss a solution to address pollution. ...

The Caribbean Coastal Monitoring Programme (CARICOMP)

[vc_row][vc_column][mkd_elements_holder items_float_left="yes"][mkd_elements_holder_item item_width="1-1" item_padding="0px 20px 0px 0px" horizontal_aligment="left" vertical_alignment="middle"][vc_empty_space [height="2px"][mkd_custom_font font_family="Raleway" font_size="32" line_height="45" font_weight="800" letter_spacing="0"  content_custom_font="The Caribbean Coastal Monitoring Programme (CARICOMP)" margin="0px" color="#313646"][vc_empty_space height="2px"][vc_column_text]CARICOMP is a regional programme whose principal goal is to determine the dominant influences on coastal productivity in the Caribbean Region and to discriminate between human disturbances and long-term natural variation. Caribbean countries including Trinidad and Tobago have all conducted a standardized, synoptic set of measurements of the structure, productivity and associated physical parameters of relatively undisturbed coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangrove swamps. The IMA has been monitoring the coral reef, seagrass bed and mangrove swamp in the Bon Accord Lagoon/...