[Coral-List] Silt removal continued
keriath_jearim at hotmail.com
Thu May 17 10:47:52 EDT 2007
Let me be more specific, the site is located on the leeward side of an island in the Bahamas. The large rocks block access to deep water and i would like to remove some making a path of sorts. The reefs themselves are quite some distance off and I would like to know if they will be affected by silt. The closest reefs are patch reefs which here seem to be rocks themselves with very little of anything, but occasional fish seem to inhabit them. Getting a consultant company out to this island is highly unlikely due to distance and possibly unnecessary as we were going to attempt to move most of the rocks by hand.
> From: keriath_jearim at hotmail.com> To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov> Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 14:28:47 +0000> Subject: [Coral-List] Silt removal> > Dear Listers I am trying to clear a some beach front property and would like to remove some large rocks from the swallow water so as to get to deeper water. However I am concerned about silt build up which may damage the reefs further out. Any suggestions on how to minimize this? Kim keriath_jearim at hotmail.com
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