Ocean Rehab uses these contacts for reporting Oil Damages:
-from Fish and Wildlife Research Institute- (FWC) they contact the Coast Guard to investigate our findings. E-mail photo’s to SWP@EM.MyFlorida.com for Florida Oil Spill damages.
Florida Oil Spill Information Line (replaces Fla. Emergency Info. Line): 888-337-3569.
To report oiled wildlife: 866-557-1401.
To discuss spill-related damage: 800-440-0858.
To report oiled shoreline: 866-448-5816.
To request volunteer information: 866-448-5816.
Baby Mangrove seedling on transect
William Djubin President Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc.
Breaking News: Pre Oil Spill surveys for Palm Beach County
Florida Mangrove Survey for Pre Oil conditions and inventory pic
Pre Oil Spill surveys, Volunteers are needed.
Please note your locations of interest, and availability. These surveys will be of Mangroves and Sea Grasses only, sorry no Reefs yet.
Contact William at info@OceanRehab.org or 561-308-8848
Proposed Survey Area of the Loxahatchee River Basin:
Proposed Survey Date, Tomorrow, Wednesday volunteers will meet at Noon at Bert Winters Park.
- Bert Winters Park on Ellison Wilson Road north then under Donald Ross bridge and continue north till mangroves fade.
- Cato’s Bridge, South Jupiter Island north to Coral Cove Park area of the Jupiter Island inter-coastal.
- Sawfish Bay Park east towards the Jupiter Inlet and the Jupiter Lighthouse mangrove area west towards the Loxahatchee River Basin.
Proposed Survey Area of the Lake Worth Lagoon Estuarine Area:
Proposed Survey Date, Thursday, volunteers will meet at Jim Barry Light Harbor Park at 1PM.
- Jim Barry Light Harbor Park
- Peanut Island Mangrove Area
- Flagler Drive Mangrove Planting Area, west side of inter-coastal located off Southern Boulevard.
Thanks to all that are helping out and to all that are spreading the word about our Efforts to Inventory Florida.
Florida Tar Balls found in Vero; pre-oil surveys
- 2010 Tar Balls found in Vero, Florida
This is exactly what we were told to do with the information:
Call FDEP @ 1800-320-0519.
Then send the photo of the possible Horizon and Gulf Oil Spill related Tar Ball to : email@example.com
We were told that several Tar Balls were reported from Vero, none of which have been related to the Horizon and Gulf Oil Spill.
Fortunately we had GPS on-site for the Pre-oil Surveys.
Thanks for visiting, please stay a while and learn about Ocean Rehab.
Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc.
501(c)(3) Florida non-profit organization
Headquarters – Galleria International
301 Clematis Street, Suite 3000
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Pre-oil Florida Surveys; Volunteers are needed- contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org today.. Help us Photo Inventory Florida’s Natural Eco-systems.
Florida- Boca Raton
Pre Oil Spill photo, pics of mangroves
Gumbo Limbo volunteer Team for Pre oil Surveys
Mangroves at Gumbo Limbo 5/22/2010 , Boca Raton pre-oil
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center 10am- Saturday- we will be surveying the Mangroves and Seagrasses of this wonderful slice of Florida Heaven. This is a great opportunity to learn our Emergency Habitat Surveying Methodology.
Florida- Vero Beach
Mayor’s Beach Cleanup Sunday- meet up at the Driftwood Resort and “Waldo’s” – Vero Beach at 10:30 am
We will be surveying Mangroves, Seagrasses, and Spawning Aggregate. This is a great opportunity to learn our Emergency Habitat Surveying Methodology.
Gulf States pre-oil spill Surveys, What you can do now…
-support our efforts at Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc. and Volunteer now.
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Volunteers are needed to Inventory Critical Habitat before Oil saturates your Coastline.
Our Simple methodology with 4 volunteers and a few “easy to access items” is all you need to protect Fragile Eco-systems. What will you need?
1. A 100meter Transect/ measuring tape
2. A GPS Navigator app on your Phone and
3. A Camera and paper to record your Locations on.
Our survey system for recording Critical Habitat including Coral Reefs, Mangroves, Sea Grasses, Sea Oats, and Beaches has been proven successful for Scientific purposes and easy to understand and implement by our Volunteers.