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Marine Circulation of Garbage
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Year 11 John Gray Recyclers Act to Preserve our Heritage
Lighthouse School joins Hi-Cone Recycling Programme with JGR
Life and Strife of Coral Reefs
Pollution is destroying the world's coral reefs!
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Enjoy/Don't Destroy (Young Children's page)
Marine Circulation of Garbage
Follow the Coral Code/Don't Spoil with Oil
Cayman Islands' Marine Parks Rules
Summary of Cayman Islands Marine Conservation Laws
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Plastic Recycle with the John Gray Recyclers
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A great danger to the inhabitants of the coral reefs!
Fishing gear a danger to marine life on the reefs!
 Fishing gear a danger to sea life on the reefs!


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Caribbean Marine Circulation of Garbage

Non-flammable aerosol insecticide can found on North Side beach following a North Easter.  It is used for fumigating commercial aircraft.

Non-flammable aerosol insectide can found on a North Side beach after a north easter. It is used to fumigate commercial aircraft during flight.
The John Gray Recyclers are busy studying Marine Dispersal of Garbage. We were lucky enough to be able to participate in the Caribbean Marine Circulation Project which was carried out by the Ocean Conservancy, in Washington, DC, USA. We found a vial on a beach at North Side, Grand Cayman, which had travelled from the Cayman/Cuban marine boundary. We are eagerly awaiting the results of this study. We are presently doing our own study of Caribbean Marine Dispersal of Garbage. We have just found an empty aerosol can on this same beach at North Side, Grand Cayman. This can was empty but had contained an insecticide. It stated on the can that it was for use in large commercial aeroplanes. There was French writing on the can and we traced the can's manufacture to a company in France. We are very excited because we have received an email from the company in Paris, France, and they have signed our Guestbook. We are now attempting to find out where this can came from and how long it had been in the sea. If anyone can give us any information on the above aerosol can we would be very grateful. Are there any other schools/organisations out there who are also doing the same research as us? Maybe we could unite and make one team to study the Marine Dispersal of Garbage in the Caribbean area on a regular basis. Please contact us by email if you are able to help us/join us in this research. The Ocean Conservancy in Washington DC, is involved in many projects to save our marine environment from destruction by wasteful and destructive practices. They are working along with other organisations and are doing a wonderful job to save our marine life from destruction.

School of fish

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Recycling Exhibition at the  CI Science Fair 1998 by Kadie, Angeline and Priscilla

Science Exhibition Recycling Project by Kadie Ebanks, Angeline Manderson and Priscilla Souza. Year of the Oceans - 1998

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Coral Reef Work from Year of the Oceans Project 1998.  Information courtesy of the CI Dept of Environment


Coral Reef Advice from our 1998 Year of the Oceans Project.  Information courtesy of CI Department of Environment


Information courtesy of the CI Dept of Environment


School of fish

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