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Hawaii day-use mooring buoy 10-year strategic plan
  • Published Date:
    2010
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Malama Kai Foundation ; Hawaii, Division of Aquatic Resources, ;
  • Description:
    "Day-use moorings are an effective tool to help prevent coral damage from boat anchors around the world. The day-use mooring program in Hawaii began when dive operators along the Kona coast wanted to protect coral at popular dive and snorkel sites. The first moorings were installed at Molokini Island in 1988 and today through a public/private partnership there are a total 175 day-use moorings around the state with another 48 new sites pending permit. The purpose of the Day-Use Mooring Buoy 10-Year Strategic Plan (DMB PLAN) is to provide the state with a long term strategy to install and manage day-use moorings throughout the main Hawaiian Islands. The DMB PLAN identifies potential future day-use moorings sites, recommends rule changes, program objectives and site selection criteria, identifies potentially consistent funding options, and presents cost estimates to manage the day-use mooring program. The plan document identifies other recommendations to improve the program at the beginning of each chapter and discusses rationale for each"--Executive summary.

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