I would like to start with a big thank you to all those that have helped and been involved with the project so far.
- The staff from the Belize Fisheries Department based at South Water Caye Marine Reserve and Bachalar Chico Marine reserve for their assistance and hospitality
- David Placencia and his team of volunteers at Centro Ecologico Akumal (CEA) for their work in Mexico
- Dr Analise Hagen, Reylando Castro and the rest of the team at the Southern Environmental Association (SEA) for their help with Logistics and personnel as well as the Fisheries Staff at Sapodilla Cayes
- Gary, Jen, Nikkita and the other staff at Blue Ventures in Belize as well as Richard Nimmo at Blue Ventures head office in the UK for all their help with logistics, work and personnel
- Liz Hudd and her six students for their field assistance
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