November 01, 2007
Ria Tan said:
We continued to see the objects as time went by. And it appeared that the structures were abandoned. Because they started to disintegrate and were not anchored down or repaired. The broken pieces move to and fro in the waves all across the rich Labrador shore. Crushing seagrasses and corals.
Today, there was an article "Undersea garden takes root" Straits Times 29 Oct 07, the diagrams of the equipment used in this project looks very familiar...
Recommended by hai_ren: "Straits Times reports on artificial reefs being built off Labrador to allow corals to grow. This post shows very clearly that what the newspaper reports seems to be very different from what people have actually observed, and may actually be causing damage to marine life. This is also an important post on the value of blogging as a form of citizen journalism."