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We have been lucky enough to welcome Erwan Sola to the island, Erwan is currently undertaking his PHD research on #Vamizi, His latest activity consists of tagging individual corals to be surveyed in a yearlong study. Numbered tags are deployed by drilling a small hole in a rock next to the #corals (to avoid harm to the coral). Tags are then anchored firmly and a sample is collected for microscopic analysis. Already a 100 corals tagged by end of August 2014.

We have been lucky enough to welcome Erwan Sola to the island, Erwan is currently undertaking his PHD research on #Vamizi, His latest activity consists of tagging individual corals to be surveyed in a yearlong study. Numbered tags are deployed by drilling a small hole in a rock next to the #corals (to avoid harm to the coral). Tags are then anchored firmly and a sample is collected for microscopic analysis. Already a 100 corals tagged by end of August 2014.

We have been lucky enough to welcome Erwan Sola to the island, Erwan is currently undertaking his PHD research on #Vamizi, His latest activity consists of tagging individual corals to be surveyed in a yearlong study. Numbered tags are deployed by drilling a small hole in a rock next to the #corals (to avoid harm to the coral). Tags are then anchored firmly and a sample is collected for microscopic analysis. Already a 100 corals tagged by end of August 2014.

We have been lucky enough to welcome Erwan Sola to the island, Erwan is currently undertaking his PHD research on #Vamizi, His latest activity consists of tagging individual corals to be surveyed in a yearlong study. Numbered tags are deployed by drilling a small hole in a rock next to the #corals (to avoid harm to the coral). Tags are then anchored firmly and a sample is collected for microscopic analysis. Already a 100 corals tagged by end of August 2014.

We have been lucky enough to welcome Erwan Sola to the island, Erwan is currently undertaking his PHD research on #Vamizi, His latest activity consists of tagging individual corals to be surveyed in a yearlong study. Numbered tags are deployed by drilling a small hole in a rock next to the #corals (to avoid harm to the coral). Tags are then anchored firmly and a sample is collected for microscopic analysis. Already a 100 corals tagged by end of August 2014.