[Coral-List] Dive marshalls

Shimrit Perkol-Finkel sperkol at gmail.com
Fri Jan 25 12:29:31 EST 2013

The marine reserve of Eilat, Red Sea (Israel) has inspectors that do this.



Shimrit Perkol Finkel, PhD
SeArc Ecological Marine Consulting
Shimrit at searc-consulting.com
+972 54 9840850
On Jan 25, 2013 2:31 PM, "Julian @ Reef Check" <julian at reefcheck.org.my>

> Esteemed colleagues
> I acknowledge that this is not a scientific coral enquiry, but I think list
> readers probably cover most diving locations around the world, so can
> perhaps help.
> I am doing some research on the issue of dive site management. Does anyone
> know of any MPA that is a popular dive site at which the management regime
> includes dive marshals whose role it is to follow dive groups and monitor
> their activities, and who have the authority to insist divers leave the
> water for not "obeying" site rules (eg., touching coral reef with fins or
> fingers, interfering with marine life)?
> Any information gratefully received.
> Regards
> Julian Hyde
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