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August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Clean Up in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee  Clean Up in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee  Clean Up in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
August 24th, 2011 – Sairee Finally Gets a Clean Up The crew from Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort in Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris month
The HTMS Sattakut - Koh Tao's Newest Artificial Reef
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - The fore gun
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut -
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Sylvain Pigeon inspects a blennie
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - A blennie in hiding
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Bryozoan
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Grouper
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut -Ray
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Kim Wilson & Simon Dowling
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Kim Wilson
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Snapper
Sept 20th, The HTMS Sattakut - Puffer
Coral Nurseries - 1 Year On, The Next Step
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. Kim Shimlaki with a fragment for tranplant
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. Kailash Cook with a fragment
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. Sylvain Pigeon & Kim Shimlaki hard at work
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. Sylvain Pigeon working on a fragment
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. This one maintains it settlement Tube and is attached to dead branching coral with wire.
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. This one is attached to dead branching coral with wire.
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. This one  is attached to dead branching coral with underwater putty
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. This one maintains it settlement Tube and is attached to dead branching coral with wire.
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. This one maintains it settlement Tube and is attached to dead branching coral with wire.
Sept 14, 2011 - Transplanting Corals from  the coral nursery back onto the natural reef. This one maintains it settlement Tube and is attached to dead branching coral with plastic cable ties.
Sept 15, 2011 - Transplanting Corals in Mae Haad: Experimenting with underwater putty and underwater epoxy as a method for fixing transplants.
Sept 15, 2011 - Transplanting Corals in Mae Haad: Experimenting with underwater putty and underwater epoxy as a method for fixing transplants. This one is Underwater Epxoy
Coral Nurseries - 1 Year On, The Next Step
Coral Nurseries - 1 Year On, The Next Step
Coral Nurseries - 1 Year On, The Next Step
Coral Nurseries - 1 Year On, The Next Step
Koh Tao Biorock - Hin Fai. Reef Restoration at Work Continues
Volunteer working on transplanting corals
Healthy Coral colonies on the Biorock structure.
Healthy Coral colonies on the Biorock structure.
Healthy Coral colonies on the Biorock structure.
Healthy Coral colonies on the Biorock structure.
Volunteers working on transplanting corals
Hydrogen bubbles get released into the water from the process of electrolysis through the sea water.
Volunteers at our Biorock site after a great afternoons' work
Volunteer Jen Dowling working on transplanting corals
Ecodiver Sylvain Pigeon does quadrants surveys which are an important way to measure the coral growth rates and coverage of the structure
Ecodiver Sylvain Pigeon does quadrants surveys which are an important way to measure the coral growth rates and coverage of the structure
Buoyancy World - Phase 1: Construction
Eco Koh Tao & Crystal Dive Resort's hard working Buoyancy World Crew, Day 1. Kailash Cook, James Wickham, Burger-Nathan Cook, Sylvain Pigeon, Yoram Falkenburg & Jennifer Dowling
Devrim Gunsel Zahir working the saw.
Sylvain Pigeon & Kailash Cook on the job at Buoyancy World day 1
James Wickham is the self designated foreman at Crystal Dive Resort's Buoyancy World Project
Jennifer Dowling on the hacksaw at Buoyancy World
Jennifer Matthews giving James Wickham the spanking he desrves.
Kailash Cook - Working hard or hardly working hey Mac?
Yoram Falkenburg with our load of cookie tins readt for recycling.
Kailash Cook breaking glass bottles preparing them to be coral transplant homes.
Crystal Dive Resort's 'Shipwreck' takes shape.
Caroline Leuba working on structures for Buoyancy World 2.0
Jennifer Dowling showing us her new hat.
Kailash Cook helping the shape and mould.
The team from New Heaven working on their structures
Caroline Leuba's very appropriate shirt
Simon Dowling has joined the Happy Hands Club and is very excited about it.
Tracey Uber Cook with her welding mask
Crystal Dive Resort's 'Shipwreck' takes shape.
Tracey Uber Cook & Devrim Gunsel Zahir
Kailash Cook helping the shape and mould.
Day 5 of Buoyancy World Construction - Sylvain Pigeon & James Wickham with the Crystal Dive Resort sign to go on the boat
Day 5 of Buoyancy World Construction - Kailash Cook with another Sea Urchin
Day 5 of Buoyancy World Construction -  Simon Dowling & Jennifer Dowling hard at it
Day 5 of Buoyancy World Construction - tree branches
Day 7, August 29 - Buoyancy World Construction is Going ahead in leaps and bounds. Bernadette Cook & Kailash Cook display their great flower
Day 7, August 29 - Buoyancy World Construction is Going ahead in leaps and bounds. Devrim Gunsel Zahir of Marine Conservation Koh Tao struggling under the weight without food or water!! Hard core!
Day 7, August 29 - Buoyancy World Construction is Going ahead in leaps and bounds. Lily Rough & Cassie Bishop lending a hand on a sunny afternoon
Day 7, August 29 - Buoyancy World Construction is Going ahead in leaps and bounds.Ivan Karadzic  of Crystal Dive Resort lending a helping hand. Cheers mate.
September 1, 2011 – Buoyancy World Construction continues but is almost reaching an end, thankfully! Eco Koh Tao
September 1, 2011 – Buoyancy World Construction continues but is almost reaching an end, thankfully! The ladies were along for some great assistance today. Thanks to Petra Bauer, Jennifer Dowling, Jane Spalding & Kim Wilson
PADI Executives take an Eco Dive with Crystal Dive & Eco Koh Tao
PADI CEO Drew Richardson pointing out our next location, Junkyard Reef during our eco-dive afternoon on Koh Tao.
Buoyancy Practice at Buoyancy World
Buoyancy Practice at Buoyancy World
PADI executives helping with coral transplants at Buoyancy World during their eco-dive afternoon.
PADI executives helping with coral transplants at Buoyancy World during their eco-dive afternoon.
PADI executives helping with coral transplants at Buoyancy World during their eco-dive afternoon.
 IDCS Nathan Cook shows how to transplant coral fragments to artificial structures at Buoyancy World yesterday
 IDCS Nathan Cook shows how to transplant coral fragments to artificial structures at Buoyancy World yesterday
Enjoying the artificial structures at Junkyard Reef
Enjoying the artificial structures at Junkyard Reef
Enjoying the artificial structures at Junkyard Reef
Enjoying the artificial structures at Junkyard Reef
 IDCS Nathan Cook shows how to transplant coral fragments to artificial structures at Buoyancy World yesterday
 IDCS Nathan Cook shows how to transplant coral fragments to artificial structures at Buoyancy World yesterday
All the crew after a fantastic couple of dives at Twins/Buoyancy World and Junkyard.
IDCS Nathan Cook and Environmentalist Kailash Cook give a presentation on reef restoration on Koh Tao.
IDCS Nathan Cook and Environmentalist Kailash Cook give a presentation on reef restoration on Koh Tao.
PADI Executives take an Eco Dive with Crystal Dive & Eco Koh Tao
PADI Executives take an Eco Dive with Crystal Dive & Eco Koh Tao
August 8th,2011 - Crystal Dive & Eco Koh Tao Busy Rigging Mooring Lines for Koh Tao
Small buoys to protect snorkeling areas
Mooring Buoys to prevent boats dropping anchors around our fragile island.
Chad Scott of Marine Conservation Koh Tao working on the ropes
All the crew who helped out on a hot, hot day.
Chad Scott of Marine Conservation Koh Tao demonstrating just what needs to be done with the lines.
Some of the volunteers
Kailash Cook of Eco Koh Tao was a great help with all the rope action
Kailash Cook of Eco Koh Tao
Kailash Cook of Eco Koh Tao imitating 'Atlas'
Mooring Lines stretched out
Tracey Uber working hard on the lines
All the ropes we received to work on securing the islands dive sites.
Rope-a-plenty on Koh Tao. Now we just need to put it to good use.
August 4th, 2011 – Rebuilding the Island for Project Aware
The Erosion Control Crew
Kailash Cook & his hoe
Kailash Cook holding one of the erosion control logs being installed on the road to Tanote Bay.
Working hard or hardly working hey James?
August 4th, 2011 – Rebuilding the Island for Project Aware
Why do you always get injured James?
It was hard but fun work in the hot sun.
It was hard but fun work in the hot sun.
The road that has eroded away.
Reef Check Ecodiver Course Completed with a Survey of Ao Leuk
The Reef Check survey team looking nonchalant after a hard day of surveying in Ao Leuk - Newly certified Ecodivers Pierre Ingmarsson, Julie Jamieson, Eco Instructors Jenny & Simon Dowling, Nathan Cook and Ecodiver Richard Todd.
Barracuda
The Reef Check survey team looking nonchalant after a hard day of surveying in Ao Leuk - Newly certified Ecodivers Pierre Ingmarsson, Julie Jamieson, Eco Instructors Jenny & Simon Dowling, Nathan Cook and Ecodiver Richard Todd.
The Reef Check survey team looking nonchalant after a hard day of surveying in Ao Leuk - Newly certified Ecodivers Pierre Ingmarsson, Julie Jamieson, Eco Instructors Jenny & Simon Dowling, Nathan Cook and Ecodiver Richard Todd. Plus ring in Robb!
Jenny Dowling and Julie Jamieson returning after a successful survey in Ao Leuk
Jenny Dowling OK on the Reef Check
Julie Jamieson and her ecologically important Reef Check Data
Julie Jamieson and her ecologically important Reef Check Data
Substate Surveys
Reef Check Ecodiver Course Completed with a Survey of Ao Leuk
Richard TOdd Loving the ECO
New Ecodiver Pierre Ingmarsson looking a little bemused by all the information.
Reef Check Ecodiver Course Completed with a Survey of Ao Leuk
Substate Surveys
New Ecodiver Pierre Ingmarsson
The crew amongst the trees
Tree Hugger Rich
Reef Check Expansion at Crystal Dive c/o Eco Koh Tao
DMT's ready themselves for their Intro to Reef Check Dive
Reef Check Expansion at Crystal Dive c/o Eco Koh Tao
Reef Check Expansion at Crystal Dive c/o Eco Koh Tao
Black Tip Grouper looks on
DM Rich getting into the action
Giant Clam, one of our Reef Check Indicator Species
DMT Rod loving the Reef Check
Blue Sponge