Great Barrier Reef contacts
roche at oj.rsmas.miami.edu
Tue Sep 3 14:17:02 EDT 1996
I had the great opportunity to dive the GBR 13 times last Septmber. I had a
great time and saw incredible diversity among the corals. Their size was
tremendous and state of health seemed very good with minimal bleaching.
Mortality was extremely minimal, at least in the area where I was. The dive
operator was Pro Dive in Cairns, Queensland where I found the staff to be
very professional and conscientious. They cater to the experienced "scuba"
diver as opposed to most of the operators who cater to the tourists and snorklers
with little or no diving (let alone snorkling) experience at all. I
recommend them highly. I hope this helps.
On Fri, 30 Aug 1996, Osha Gray Davidson wrote:
> I'm in the process of planning a trip to the Great Barrier Reef, to take
> place some time in the next few months, for work on a book (for lay-persons)
> about coral reefs and associated ecosystems. Are there any list-members down
> under who would be willing to serve as contacts for this trip--explaining
> their work and suggesting places to visit? I'd greatly appreciate the help!
> Thanks, in advance,
> Osha Gray Davidson
> 14 S. Governor St.
> Iowa City, IA 52240
> PH: (319) 338-4778
> FAX: (319) 338-8606
> e-mail: davidson at blue.weeg.uiowa.edu
> Center for International and Comparative Studies, University of Iowa
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