[Coral-List] underwater signage

Rudy Bonn rudy_bonn at yahoo.com
Thu May 16 17:17:54 EDT 2013

fused polycarbonate or fiberglass, I dont know what you're planning, but if you could make the signage panels removable for maintenance, that would be a good start.  Ive seen ceramic tiles used as well, but the more info you want to share, the more the price for larger tiles, any material that you use is going to require regular maintenance.  hope this helps,  RHINO plastics have fused poly carbonate signage.  Rudy

Rudy S Bonn
Marine Educator/Biologist
Miami, Florida
Pacem em Maribus

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  1. Underwater signage (Ruleo Camacho)
  2. Alert Diver Article on proposed coral listing (Steve Mussman)


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From: Ruleo Camacho <ruleo.camacho at gmail.com>
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Good Day,
I am attempting to create some underwater signage for a snorkeling reef
trail but I have been having immense difficulty in obtaining a material
which would be adequate to stand up to the rigors of salt water and and
micro organisms. Any suggestions on what materials/methods may be suitable
for this use?



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Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 08:42:34 -0400 (EDT)
From: Steve Mussman <sealab at earthlink.net>
Subject: [Coral-List] Alert Diver Article on proposed coral listing
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  Two recent accounts that stand in defiance of the diving industry's refusal
  to  confront  the realities of climate change and its effects on coral

      Cathy Church is one of the few leaders within our industry with the
  courage to speak truth to power.


      This NPR piece from yesterday discusses a recent paper in Nature about
  changing fish distributions related to climate change.


                  When science confronts ideology, the feathers will fly.


  1. http://www.cayman27.com.ky/2013/05/13/reefs-not-what-they-were
  2. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2013/05/15/183968378/go-fish-somewhere-else-warming-oceans-are-altering-catches


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