Sea Surface Temperature Data Sharing Workshop With WWF Malaysia

Hello Pom Pom Lovers! We had the fantastic opportunity to participate in the "Sea Surface Temperature Data Sharing Workshop 2019" organised by WWF Malaysia in Semporna. Currently, Dr Tommy Cheo Seng Kong from WWF Malaysia study the water temperature around Semporna to predict coral bleaching events due to an increase in water temperature (>30°C) [...]

Marine Life in Pom Pom Island Resort Housereef

Hello Pom Pom Lovers, I heard that some of you love to go for a morning snorkelling or diving in mandarin house-reef, a wonderful dive site at a fin kick from the jetty! Take a few minutes break to enjoy this video made by our Resident Marine Biologist, Oriana! I will then wait for [...]

Reef Check! Pom Pom Surveys Start Again

Hello Pom Pom Lovers! I have great news for you: the reef surveys in Pom Pom Island start again! Our eco-divers Oriana and Rayner conducted the first survey of the year in Cliff Hanger, one of the excellent dive site of Pom Pom Island. They collected data about fish, invertebrates, type of substrate, as [...]

Christmas 2017 Think, Be Different and Adopt a Coral

Finding the best Christmas present can be stressful at this festive time of year, so we thought we would make it easier for you! We often talk about climate change, destructive fishing techniques, marine debris, pollution and how crucial is to restore the coral reef creating amazing and coloured artificial reefs! We just deployed another [...]

Artificial frames check

Hello everyone! Our corals conservation team has a new entry: the dive instructor Sue ? We spent almost 75 minutes around the frames area, removing the bleached corals and checking the attachment of the new planted fragments… our house reef is getting better day by day and healthy coral reef has many benefits. It [...]

Great Job Giovanni and Alberto!

On 30th April, Giovanni and Alberto planted with me 4 corals on a new artificial reef, located in mandarin house-reef at a depth of 2.1 meters. This time was not an easy task! The reef was quite deep and the sea rough…but our hero did their best and now “Bambino” and “Trinità” have a [...]

Exploring our house reef(coral frames)

Yesterday, we brought a lovely couple who were very interested in our coral frame project for a dive around our house reef to have a look at our coral frames. They were amazed by the number of fish species(from lionfishes, moorish idols, huge butterfly fish to ghost pipefish even a green turtle swam past us) [...]

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