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The Reefkeepers' Guide
The Fisheries and Oceans Canada developed the Reefkeepers' Guide in cooperation with The Royal British Columbia Museum and PADI Project AWARE. Funding was received in part from the Fisheries and Oceans Canada Oceans Act Implementation Fund. Other contributions were received from the Royal British Columbia Museum, PADI Project AWARE, Fisheries and Oceans Canada's Marine Environment and Habitat Science Division, and the SPARS project partners.
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> Lead Authors (alphabetical order):
Kevin Conley, PADI Project AWARE
Jim Cosgrove, Royal British Columbia Museum
Phil Lambert, Royal British Columbia Museum
Brian Smiley, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

> Contributing Authors (alphabetical order):
Jim Baxter, BME Consulting (Training Curriculum)
Richard Lay, Context Consulting (ARKS Database and Managing Information)

SPARS Pilot Project
The SPARS (Sidney Pier Artificial Reef Science) project was the pilot project for the development of the Reefkeepers' Guide. SPARS volunteers provided the field testing of the methods described in the guide. For an up-to-date list of the project partners and volunteers, please visit the SPARS web site.
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Reefkeepers' Web Site
The Reefkeepers' web site was designed and produced by Gecko Digital Design in conjunction with Kevin Conley, Paula Doucette, and Linda Nichol.
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