Corporate Social Responsibility Activity Rapid Monitoring Survey
Give back and have your delegates contribute to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park data.
The Great Barrier Marine Park Authority has developed an Eye on the Reef Rapid Monitoring Survey that enables anyone who visits the Great Barrier Reef to contribute to its long-term protection by collecting valuable information about reef health, marine animals and incidents that is used to understand the bigger picture and inform how we manage the Reef.
Who can participate? The Eye on the Reef Rapid Monitoring Survey is designed for people with little to moderate reef experience who can either snorkel confidently or dive. It enables reef users to record what they see on the Reef and report that data to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. The survey can be completed in a short time, and the underwater slate is easy to use, especially for people who may not have a scientific background. The Quicksilver Group have a team of trained Marine Biologists (Reef Biosearch) who are certified to lead this activity and all of the data collected will be used to manage and support the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef.
Min-Max Delegates: 20-150 pax
10 delegates per 1 Marine Biologist
Activity duration: 30 mins