RESOLVE Attends 11th International Coral Reef Symposium

by resolveadm on July 15, 2008

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Artificial Ceramic Coral Module with 5 year growthex USS Oriskany sinking off of Pensacola, FL for artificial reefing

Resolve Marine recently attended the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium which was held at the Broward County Convention Center from July 7th to July 10th.

The world’s major coral reef science meeting, the International Coral Reef Symposium (ICRS), is held every 4 years. The last time it was held in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale was in 1977.

Resolve made a great impression on the 3,000 plus attendees by showcasing its artificial reef making capabilities, which include sinking decommissioned vessels and the use of ceramic modules used to remediate coral reefs damaged by grounded vessels. Of the five largest vessels intentionally sunk in the United States, Resolve has been responsible for three of them: the USS Oriskany, the USS Spiegel Grove, and the USTS Texas Clipper; which received praise from all who have dove on them. Resolve looks to build from this conference and continue to grow its reputation as the leader in artificial reef creation.

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