[Coral-List] New post at the Mamanuca Environmental Society, Fiji

Daniel Ponce-Taylor dpt at coralcay.org
Mon Nov 1 09:53:22 EST 2004

Project Manager
Mamanuca Environment Society, Fiji
'To protect, manage, and promote awareness towards the environmentally
sustainable use of the marine and terrestrial resources of the Mamanuca
region for the benefit of future generations, through partnerships with,
tourism operators, communities, government and non government

Position:				Project Manager
Employer:				Mamanuca Environment Society
Contract:				Three years, full time
Place of Work:			Fiji
Line Manager/s:			Chairperson/s, Mamanuca Environment Society
Salary & Benefits:	Up to FJ$30,000 p.a. dependant upon
experience/qualifications plus other benefits
Start date:				January 2005
Closing date for applications:		30 November 2004

For full terms of reference contact: Diane Walker, Project Manager, Mamanuca
Environment Society at diwalker at connect.com.fjv

Daniel Ponce-Taylor BSc
Mesoamerica and Caribbean Project Co-ordinator

Coral Cay Conservation Ltd
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Mobile: +44 (0)785 569 3174
email: dpt at coralcay.org

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   1. 2nd opinion pool on bleaching (Martin P?cheux)


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Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 03:12:31 +0200
From: Martin P?cheux <martin-pecheux at wanadoo.fr>
Subject: [Coral-List] 2nd opinion pool on bleaching
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Dear all,

This is an opinion poll among reef researchers on our "best guess" of
the future impact of bleaching.
Some of you may remember the same first poll in June 2000 (with
unfortunate badly-translated words with the results). It will be done
each 4 years, next time better before ICRS.

Just REply> by your choice number (commentaries not excluded).

Would you say that Coral Reef Mass Bleaching will be :
0/ a benefit to coral reefs
1/ of no overall effects, or balanced negative and positive influences
2/ worrisome
3/ seriously damaging
4/ catastrophic
5/ almost or total disappearance of reefs

Results in 15 days, with previuos ones.


Martin Pecheux
martin-pecheux at wanadoo.fr


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