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Dive Against Debris Data Submission

Pulau Subar Laut

4 June, 2017

Team Leader
Sam Shu Qin
Number of Participants
Total Debris Collected
72.41 kgs (measured)

1.212324, 103.8367

Survey Information

Location Name
Pulau Subar Laut
Organization/Dive Centre
Our Singapore Reefs
4 June, 2017
Survey Duration
45 Minutes
GPS Coordinates
Latitude: 1.212324
Longitude: 103.8367
Weather Conditions
Survey Depth Range
1–8 meters
Area Surveyed
1200 m2
Dominant Substrate
coral reef
Wave Conditions
Smooth (wavelets) for waves 0.1 - 0.5 meter high
plastic materials collected
Bags-grocery/retail (plastic) 7
Bags: Trash (plastic) 3
Beverage Bottles: 2 Litres Or More (plastic) 6
Beverage Bottles: Less Than 2 Litres (plastic) 16
Bottles: Bleach/cleaner Bottles 1
Cups, Plates, Forks, Knives, Spoons (plastic) 13
Fishing: Line 8
Fishing: Nets & Pieces Of Nets 3
Food Wrappers (plastic) 7
Pipes (plastic-PVC) 1
Straws, Stirrers 1
Plastic Fragments 20
Strapping Bands (plastic) 5
Rope (plastic/nylon) 2
glass materials collected
Glass & Ceramic Fragments 11
Beverage Bottles (glass) 9
metal materials collected
Beverage Cans (aluminium) 21
Cans: Food/juice, Other (tin) 1
Cars & Car Parts 2
Forks, Knives, Spoons (cutlery) 1
Pipes & Rebar 2
SCUBA Weights 2
Wire, Wire Mesh & Barbed Wire 10
Metal Fragments 50
Batteries: Car Or Boat 1
Fishing: Traps & Pots 1
Fishing: Sinkers, Lures, Hooks 8
rubber materials collected
Inner-tubes & Rubber Sheets 3
wood materials collected
Furnishings (wood) 3
cloth materials collected
Bags (burlap) 1
Bags (cloth) 2
Gloves (cloth) 2
Rope And String (cloth) 11
Towels/rags 11
Cloth Fragments 1
mixed materials collected
Computer Equipment & Other Electronic Devices 2
Shoes-flip Flops, Sandals, Tennis, Etc 1
other materials collected
Metal Nails 170
Mixed Materials: Trolley 1
Metal: Anchor 1
Mixed Material: Weight belt 1
Plastic: Acrylic Panels 2



Plastic debris

Boating equipments

Fishing lines

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