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BVI Day 5

Day 5 at the BVI What a great day it was today. Day 5 objective was to harvest and plant coral in areas where it was destroyed by weather conditions, affected by disease and where algae was growing on top of it. In the morning Glen came to pick us up and drive us the harbor...

BVI Day 4

The fourth day at the BVI was a lot of fun. It was different than the other days we had experienced. We didn't meet up for breakfast at the Olde Yard but this time we met at the docking station beside the boats. We had breakfast near there and set off for a two tank dive that was planned.The...

Day 2 at the BVI

Day two at the BVI, After a tiring trip arriving to the British Virgin Islands, the next morning Doc stops by at our cabin at about 8:15 to make sure we are awake. We(Sean, Alex, Andrew, Chris and I) had to be at the gate before 8:30, as it were assigned the night before. After we had gone up...

Day 2

Day 2 at the BVI As expected, today was a lot of fun. Like yesterday around 7:30 Mr. Kirby came by and woke us up. Then Glen took us to our breakfast place where we practiced our breathing in preparation for our snorkel today. Later a turtle expert named Joel came by to give us...

Day 2 at the BVI

Day two at the BVI, After a tiring trip arriving to the British Virgin Islands, the next morning Doc stops by at our cabin at about 8:15 to make sure we are awake. We(Sean, Alex, Andrew, Chris and I) had to be at the gate before 8:30, as it were assigned the night before. After we had gone up...

Article Discussion

In marine biology class today 4 groups presented and discussed over their issued articles. The four topics were Ecotoursim, Artificial reefs, Chronic oil spills, and Invasive species. For Ecotoursim, there were negative and positive effects of it. For the positive side, Ecotoursim informed many about the danger that the ecosytem and brings out awareness to those that are aren't...

Moray Eels

Moral Eels are snake-like fish live in holes in the reef. You can distiguish moray eels by their moray long, slender, snake-like body, combined with a large set of jaws. Most species have long, sharp canine teeth but some do have low, nodular teeth. They are usually one to two metres long, though some species will reach up...