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PostSubject: Sabah park   Wed Nov 05, 2008 7:05 am

Sipadan's corals are recovering
The recovery process of the damaged coral reef at Pulau Sipadan following the 2006 barge incident is now almost complete, while the state of other reefs remains a concern.
Deputy Director Dr Jamili Nais of Sabah Parks said their concern is now on the fate of coral reefs in the proposed Tun Mustapha Marine Park site in Kudat at the northern tip of Sabah.
"The proposal to gazette the Tun Mustapha Marine Park in Kudat is worrying us because most of the coral reef areas there are devastated. However, it is hard to say what percentage because they are very localised," he told Daily Express at the Semporna Islands Darwin Project (SIDP) Symposium at Magellan Sutera Hotel, Thursday.
These damages were more due to the human impact, including rampant fish bombings in the area, he said. "The human impact on coral reefs is more worrying because its negative outcome is more obvious and much faster than natural impacts like global warming.
"Based on my own analysis, the coral reefs in Sabah waters are not that badly affected by the human and natural impacts. But the threat is there, particularly those around the islands in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park which are the closest to land affected by sediment effluents coming from the rivers," he said.
He said tourism activities going on at the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park islands including Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sapi do not give much problems to the coral reefs because the activities are controlled and limited to only certain areas.
Dr Jamili said based on their records, the most badly affected coral reefs in Sabah are those off Semporna which had been gazetted as the Tun Sakaran Marine Park.
The condition was very bad then due to rampant fish bombing. But now there is improvement with continuous monitoring by Sabah Parks rangers, he said.
He said most of the damaged coral reefs in Sabah recovered positively through the natural process. "The damage to our coral reefs are caused mostly by sedimentation, fish bombing activities as well as fishing trawlers," he said
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah park   Wed Nov 05, 2008 8:33 pm

Lady_Evarna wrote:
Dr Jamili said based on their records, the most
badly affected coral reefs in Sabah are those off Semporna which had
been gazetted as the Tun Sakaran Marine Park.
The condition was very
bad then due to rampant fish bombing. But now there is improvement with
continuous monitoring by Sabah Parks rangers, he said.
He said most
of the damaged coral reefs in Sabah recovered positively through the
natural process. "The damage to our coral reefs are caused mostly by
sedimentation, fish bombing activities as well as fishing trawlers," he
said

Tidak heran tu di kawasan sana tu ramai yang kaki bom ikan.

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PostSubject: Re: Sabah park   Sun Nov 09, 2008 11:00 am

Baguslah kalau cepat pulih batu karang di Pulau Sipada ni. Kita harap kerajaan bersungguh-sungguh memerhatikan dan mengambil tindakan terhadap pemusnah keindahan mana-mana pulau atau daratan yang terletak di bawah Taman Taman Sabah.
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah park   Sun Nov 09, 2008 5:05 pm

Saya tinguk ini pos2 lady ervana banyak berkaitan dgn alam sekeliling dan perkara berkaitan pelansungan..saya ingat dia ni ambil kursus itu lah..
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PostSubject: Re: Sabah park   Sun Nov 09, 2008 5:24 pm

Saya juga sependapat dengan encik korrud.

Saya boleh agak bahawa lady ini memang pakar dalam bidang pelancungan dan senibina di sekitar Kota Kinabalu. Bagus lady, saya suka dengan post-post lady yang penuh berinformasi tu. Inilah yang kita mahu iaitu perkongsian ilmu pengetahuan untuk kebaikan kita semua.

Saya juga memang setuju kita semua pihak berusaha mengekalkan keindahan tempat-tempat terutamanya yang menjadi tumpuan pelancung dari dalam dan luar negara. Pihak kerajaan juga patut serius mengambil langkah-langkah yang patut untuk menyelamatkan keindahan tempat-tempat yang dimaksudkan tersebut.
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