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Dos Uvas Nearshore Coral Rehabilitation Project  |  Total images: 0
LOCATION: Dos Uvas Beach, Cozumel, Q. Roo, Mexico PROPOSAL DATE: Dos Uvas has secured 20,000 of funding and is in need of additional funds to help restore the nearshore coral reef habitats lost in recent hurricanes. Project will start when funding is secured. Permits have already been issued for the work. Activation of Coral Team will be required within 3 months of the build date. PROJECT AIMS. Cozumel was hit hard by Category 5 Hurricane Wilma and an assessment of the Marine Park reveled a serious bottleneck in lost nearshore coral reef habitats. BUDGET: Coral Team Activation $25,000, Coral rescue supplies $7,500. Note: Coral Team could be activated with fewer members at a reduced cost with the potential to rescue less corals but to provide training to the marine park. Team could be activated at much higher levels if funding was available for additional deployment of Reef Balls. Overall budget range ($17,500 minimal efforts, $32,500 requested, $300,000 maximum) PROJECT CONTACTS: Todd Barber, Chairman, Reef Ball Foundation
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Santa Clara Mega Artificial Reef Demonstration Project  |  Total images: 1
LOCATION: Santa Clara, Yucatan, Mexico (near Merida) PROPOSAL DATE: Project in Progress TIMELINE: Next 8-12 Years PROJECT AIMS: To build and deploy 4000 artificial reef units in 200 different array types to study the impacts of large-scale artificial reefs. The site is planned for students and scientists who will study and research including CINVESTAV, Yucatan University, UNAM (National University), and private Universities. It is being conducted by Reef Ball Mexico, an authorized contractor for the Reef Ball Foundation BUDGET: $200,000 for cement and labor. Molds, deployment and oversight are being provided by Reef Ball Mexico. PROJECT CONTACTS: Todd Barber, Chairman, Reef Ball Foundation Javier Dajer

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