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PHIPHI DIVE CAMP.COM: Coral Nursery

In April 2006 the Phuket Marine Biology Center, supported by The Adventure Club installed an underwater floating coral nursery.

The concept of the nursery came from researchers from the National Institute of Oceanography in Israel who participated in a cooperative research project with the PMBC and researchers from 4 other countries, UK, Italy, Singapore and Philippines, under the programme  “Developing ubiquitous practices for restoration of Indo-Pacific reefs”, REEFRES, supported by European Commission.

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PHIPHI DIVE CAMP.COM: Artificial Reef

100 concrete blocks were provided by the DMCR in July 2006 to create a new artificial reef.

The Adventure Club and volunteers of the Phi Phi Dive Camp have assembled the blocks into 3 large pyramids, in the hope of creating a new interesting scuba dive site.

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PHIPHI DIVE CAMP.COM: Phi Phi Ley Net Removal

In March 2009, after reports that a extremely long gill net covering large areas of reef on Phi Phi Ley Island was discovered, volunteers from a number of the scuba diving centers headed out on the Reef Ranger on an attempt to remove it.

Prior to the dive or scuba diving, the team of 12 scuba divers was split up into 3 groups and directed to each work on a different part of the net.

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PHIPHI DIVE CAMP.COM: Sand Screw Initiative

A common problem at Scuba dive sites is the use of descent lines by Instructors and Divemasters. These descent lines are usually under weighted by the use of a scuba divers weight belt and quite often cause unnecessary damage to the corals.

A recent initiative by scuba diving centers on Phi Phi Island has found a solution to this problem by installing sand screws into the substrate that the instructors can attach their buoy lines to.

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