Entries in #seetheworld (15)

Wednesday
Feb072018

Collaborating with WIO Bleaching  Assessment

For the past seven years, we’ve been collecting data on the coral reefs around Nosy Be. In that time a lot has changed. The oceans have had a tumultuous time, seeing El Niño events – periods of severe sea surface temperature increase – in 2015 and 2016. The effects of these events extend to our coral reefs, causing bleaching and mortality of some corals, whilst others remain.

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Thursday
Jan182018

A New Life In The Tropical  Jungle

Hey I’m Lucie, Frontier’s new Marine Assistant ResearchOfficer at camp in Madagascar! Over the last few days I’ve been familiarising myself with camp life, met all of the other members of staff and volunteers and started training for the invertebrate and reef fish surveys.

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Wednesday
Jan102018

Nosy  Sakatia

On the weekends some of the staff members and volunteers spend their time relaxing on the nearby island of Nosy Sakatia.

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Wednesday
Nov012017

Night  Dives

Since I arrived at camp about a month ago I've done two night dives which have both been amazing. We put our gear on the boat just as the sun is setting and head out to one of the dive sites. By the time we're suited, booted and ready to get in the sun has set and we're using our torches.

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Thursday
Sep212017

Submerging into the underwater  World

As a dive officer in the Frontier camp in Madagascar the daily duties change from week to week bringing up new challenges. General volunteer managing and maintanance of equipment is a big part but the true interest lies the dive related activities and making sure dive training is given in a fun and safe manner.

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