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reef checkの例文

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  • Reef Check volunteer divers are trained to study a designated site annually or sometimes quarterly.
  • In 2008, Project Aware began working with Reef Check, sharing data about coral reef health.
  • In 2006, Reef Check conducted 746 reef surveys, ranging from Indo-Pacific areas, the Red Sea and Caribbean Sea.
  • Internationally recognised techniques developed by Reef Check and the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network were adopted for this programme.
  • She supported Reef Check Hawaii by running in and successfully completing the Honolulu Marathon to raise awareness for the organization.
  • "' Reef Check "'is an international non-governmental organization dedicated to the conservation of two reef ecosystems : tropical coral reefs and Californian rocky reefs.
  • In recognition of its success, the government recently awarded co-management of the La Caleta Park to Reef Check Dominican Republic ( RCDR ) and its local partners.
  • Coral reefs are also the world's oldest ecosystem and are a good indicator of the Earth's health, according to William Kiene, director for conservation science at nonprofit Reef Check.
  • The results of the five-year study are presented in report being released Monday by the Institute of the Environment's Reef Check program at the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • Suddenly, the pressures of overfishing and damaging types of fishing _ dynamiting fish and poisoning fish, particularly in Southeast Asia _ have taken off, " said Gregor Hodgson, a UCLA marine ecologist and founder of Reef Check.
  • Reef Check through AFCD performed by local British Sub-Aqua Club diving enthusiasts'Ydive'[ http : / / www . ydive . org . hk, and Li Po Chun United World College's Coral Monitoring Team has annually monitored coral & marine life variety & density since 1992.
  • In 2008, in a presentation made at the International Coral Reef Symposium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Reef Check Executive Director Gregor Hodgson announced that coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific region have largely recovered from the devastating bleaching event that killed up to 90 % of corals on some reefs in 1998.
  • On September 24, 2007, Reef Check ( the world s largest reef conservation organization ) stated that only 5 % of Philippines'27, 000 square-kilometers of coral reef are in  " excellent condition "  : Tubbataha Reef, Marine Park in Palawan, Apo Island in Negros Oriental, Apo Reef in Puerto Galera, Mindoro, and Verde Island Passage off Batangas.