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Qamea, Fiji Why choose Fiji and specifically Qamea? Like most of the South Pacific Islands, the long period ground swells come from the southwest, so the southern coasts are where the most surf breaks area and the left-handers are offshore in the tradewinds. The wind climate is divided into 2 seasons, with relatively strong tradewinds from the southeast ...

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Images of PO2

P02_01051 – looking from the east P02_04651 – looking from the east, can see the remnant bank/island on left hand of image P02_05401 – adjacent to bowl P02_06301 – adjacent to bowl P02_07501 – adjacent to bowl looking south east P02_01351 – looking south – P02 centre of image P02_00001 – looking south ...

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Dive Videos

SiteTransectDate Received 2021LabelLengthAnalyzedP10Profile3 Sept GOPRO0024 mins 24 secsX5m fish3 Sept GOPRO0038 mins 15 secsX5m coral3 Sept GOPRO0045 mins 42 secsXReef flat fish16 SeptSnorkel Site P10 [ Combined ]4 min 35 secsXReef flat coral16 SeptSite P10 reef top[ Combined ]4 min 35 secsXP07Profile6 Sept Site P07 Slope 1 & 21 min 58 secs XAdd fish on ...

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Knowledge, Experience and Science Informing the Project

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Snapshot of the 2019 Coral Bleaching in Fiji

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Overview

What is the World Wave Project? World Wave Project (WWP) believes in low impact modifying of the seabed to create surf breaks while improving marine environment and coastal resilience. Surf breaks are made by sculpting under-performing areas of seabed into ones that produce surfable waves, for beginners through to those seen at world-class surf breaks around ...

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