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March 2013 Blog Posts (4)

New ReefQuest Video!

ReefQuest member and friend Max Beck has created a new PSA on ReefQuest. We think he did a fabolous job. Thank you so much Max. Enjoy everyone!



Added by Maurizio Vecchione on March 9, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Dylan Vecchione to feature Kahekili Reef conservation at TEDxTeen talk

Dylan Vecchione will speak of the importance of citizen science and of taking action in the context of Kahekili Reef conservation efforts. 

The theme of the fourth annual TEDxTeen conference, “The Audacity of whY,” aims to focus the conversation

on Generation Y and their power to change the world.

As with TEDxTeen 2012, the conference will be webcast the conference live from New York City to provide access to viewers worldwide. Weʼre also encouraging ReefQuest…


Added by Maurizio Vecchione on March 9, 2013 at 4:48pm — No Comments

Water Reuse Readiness Workshop - Save the date! Friday April 5th

(Repost from Wes Maui Watershed News) CORAL will hold a water reuse readiness workshop on Friday, April 5th, from 9 am to 2 pm. The workshop will start with a tour of the Lahaina Wastewater Reclamation Facility, in partnership with the Maui Hotel & Lodging Association’s Engineers Advisory Council. Steve Parabicoli, Maui County Wastewater Operations Program Superintendent, will conduct the tour and provide an update on the facility’s current and future plans for upgrades. After the tour…


Added by Maurizio Vecchione on March 9, 2013 at 4:31pm — No Comments

Tracer Study on Kahekili, Maui

(Repost from Liz Foote, Coral.org West Maui Watershed News, March 2013)  Back in December, you may have seen some press (here, here, and here) on the results of a study conducted by the University of Hawaii to investigate the connection of treated wastewater effluent (disposed of through gravity-fed injection wells) to the water emerging as freshwater seeps amongst the nearshore reefs of North Ka’anapali.

You can find the study in its entirety - all 513 pages of it – at the EPA site.…


Added by Maurizio Vecchione on March 9, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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