Reefkeepers' Guide
For Monitoring Subtidal Habitats in Canada's Pacific Waters

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Welcome to Reefkeepers
> Reefkeepers is no longer being actively supported. The information in this website is being provided for your information and to act as a resource in your own studies.
> Do you want to contribute to a better understanding of the animals and plants living subtidally on reefs in B.C.?
> Has your community built an artificial reef, and you want to monitor its colonization?
> Do you suspect that human activity is adversely affecting the plants and animals of a nearby reef?
> Does there seem to be less / more subtidal life on a particular reef compared to recent years?

If you've answered "yes" to any of the above, then Reefkeepers may be able to help you address these concerns, and you may be able to help scientists better understand B.C.'s reef habitats. How can you do this? By becoming involved in Reefkeepers. Reefkeepers is volunteer based so anyone can become involved at some level, provided they obtain the appropriate training.

If you have any questions or comments about the contents of this site, please contact the Reefkeepers coordinator at
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