[Coral-List] Collection of Caribbean reef footage

Nohora Galvis icri.colombia at gmail.com
Mon Jul 24 13:56:30 EDT 2017

Hope, you can come to Colombia where we can show you the current most
resilient Caribbean coral reef that we have, so you can make a virtual
reality video of a coral reef that is still 80% Healthy Coral Cover
and help us to convince the top decision makers so they approved the
protection of this  climate change refuge under risk by a dredging
plan. The other Colombian Caribbean Coral Reefs (e.g. Corales del
Rosario National Park are 20-30% Healthy Coral Cover).

Our Social Pshychologist have studied attitudes and behaviors related
to the interpretation of coral reef pictures and videos included at
the International Network of Volunteer Observers of the Coral Reefs.

For our published videos folllow us on youtube / facebook / twiiter

2017-07-24 11:28 GMT-05:00, Brianna Bambic <brianna.bambic at gmail.com>:
> Hello!
> I am in touch with a few senior Caribbean scientists and now reaching out
> to this community for some leads.
>  In the midst of a Coastal and Marine Management Masters and for my thesis
> I am looking for old footage of Caribbean reefs in the 70's, 80's or 90's
> before they started to degrade to less then 50%. My goal is to film the
> same reef in 360 (for Virtual Reality) and measure the psychological
> difference of people before and after they have seen the changed
> environment.
> Do you have or know anyone with Caribbean reef footage?
>     - corresponding GPS coordinates would be best!
> Thank you so much for your help in advance - hope to come film in Aug/Sept
> when the right footage is found :)
> Cheers,
> --
> Brianna Bambic
> CMM, University of Akureyri
> Natural Resource Management Masters Program
> Iceland : 354-761-5984  (until July 2017)
> US : 208-869-1029
> em: brianna.bambic at gmail.com
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Cordial saludo,

Nohora Galvis

Directora Observatorio Pro Arrecifes
Fundación ICRI Colombia
Coordinadora Red Internacional de Observadores Voluntarios del Arrecife


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