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seascaper
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Coral/coastal ecosystems restoration specialist

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seascaper

Marine Scientist, Male, from Montego Bay, Jamaica

"I can eat 50 eggs" May 11, 2019

seascaper was last seen:
Nov 9, 2019
    1. seascaper
      seascaper
      "I can eat 50 eggs"
    2. seascaper
      seascaper
      Tigers love pepper; they hate cinnamon.
    3. seascaper
      seascaper
      NetDoc,
      When you next see Ken ask him where he learned to make these "string nurseries". Austin Bowden-Kerby and I developed this technique in D-Bay, then MoBay from late 2004, and I taught Ken (with a couple of samples), Tom Moore from NOAA and a couple of others at a workshop in DC in 2007 or 08 over a couple of rums. If you see him, tell him to get better buoyancy though- those silly little styro-floats he's using just don't have enough grunt, and they fall apart with fouling and sunshine. Get him on to 2L soda bottles, like the rest of us ;)
      Sorry it's been so long to get back to you. Hope the Yule season and New Year weren't too tough on your head... as they were mine. Say Hi to all the coral folk up there,

      Andrew Ross
      UWI-CMS PhD candidate, Coral Restoration Ecology
      Seascape Caribbean
      www.seascapecarib.com
    4. The Chairman
      The Chairman
      Ken Neidermeyer here in Key Largo should be a great resource for you.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.seascapecarib.com
    Location:
    Montego Bay, Jamaica
    Occupation:
    Coral/coastal ecosystems restoration specialist
    Gender:
    Male
    Certification Agencies:
    Ryan Ungermach, Burnaby BC about 1991-2 (PADI)
    Dive History:
    BC/Canada- 91-95 initial training, academic collections at Bamfield research stn.
    Aust/Cairns- 96-97 Down Under Dive: SSI DiveCon training
    MoBay: 01-04 MoBay Marine Park, Science Officer
    : 04-.... UWI-CMS/DBML/Seascape Caribbean developing/implementing Acropora propagation protocols
    Certification History:
    ".... don' need no stinkin' badges".
    Certification Level:
    PADI OWSI (lapsed)
    # of Logged Dives:
    I just don't log dives
    Dive Classification:
    Experienced Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    '99/00 Genesis G2000. Needs a service.
    Owner/Manager: Seascape Caribbean, a coastal landscaping, rehabilitation and restoration company working mainly in tourism. Assess, Propagate and garden coral, mangrove, beaches, artificial reefs, safety structures and MPA development. Staff training in coral gardening/maintenance, natural history and snorkel-guiding.

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