COTS Control Training

Covering over 2 million hectares of archipleago, Raja Ampat Marine Park represents a vast area for any single organisation or management body to protect.  It is only through the use of collaborative evaluation and management tools that we can strive to collectively address ecological challenges such as Crown of Thorns Starfish outbreaks in Raja Ampat.

The management of COTS requires systematic removal and monitoring in order to be at its most effective, and care must be taken in order to avoid serious injury.  The SEA People provides advice and training in the monitoring and removal of COTS from Raja Ampat.

All stakeholders utilising the natural resources within the Marine Park have a responsiblity and duty of care to protect it.  Please contact us using the form below if you require further information regarding Crown of Thorns Starfish monitoring and removal.

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