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Institutional strengthening of beach management capabilities in the organisation of
 eastern Caribbean States and the Turks and Caicos Islands
 

Appendix III

Country Specific Details Regarding the Beach Change Databases

 Anguilla

Country/territory: Anguilla
Date of visit: 10 – 14 January, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources,
Crocus Bay,
Anguilla.
Tel: 264 497 2871, Fax: 264 497 8567
Mr. Roland Hodge, Chief Fisheries Officer
Other involved agencies: Department of Planning,
The Valley,
Anguilla.
Tel: 264 497 5392, Fax: 264  497 5924
Mr. Vincent Proctor, Chief Planning Officer

Anguilla National Trust,
P.O.box 1234,
The Valley,
Anguilla.
Tel: 264 497 5297, Fax: 264 497 5571.
Mrs. Ijhayna Christian, Executive Director
e-mail addresses: Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources dfmr@anguillanet.com
Anguilla National Trust axanat@candw.com.ai
   
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.1, November, 1999
Software and beach change database installed at: Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources,
Department of Planning
Persons trained in use of software: Ms. Katrina Richardson, Mr. Carlos Sasso, Mr. Othlyn Vanterpool, Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources
Demonstration of software to: Mr. Julian Hughes, Ms. Sharon Roberts-Joseph, Department of Planning
Manual supplied to: Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources,
Department of Planning
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-          South coast beaches particularly severely hit by Hurricane Lenny resurveyed and new reference points established where necessary. 

-          Sites at Sandy Ground, Rendezvous Bay and Cul de Sac visited with officials from the Department of Planning, Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources, and Public Works to assess post Hurricane Lenny beach restoration and protection measures.

Follow-up activities: Written assessment of new seawall at Rendezvous Bay
Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Shoal Bay West (4), Maundays Bay (3), Cove Bay (4), Rendezvous Bay (4), Sandy Hill (2), Sile Bay (2), Savannah Bay (2), Junks Hole (1), Captains Bay (1), Shoal Bay (8), Limestone Bay (1), Meads Bay (3), Barnes Bay (2), Sandy Island (3), Prickly Pear (3)
Length of database: 1992 – 2000

Antigua and Barbuda

Country/territory: Antigua and Barbuda
Date of visit: 6 - 10 March, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Fisheries Division,
Ministry of Agriculture,
Corner of Temple and Nevis Street,
St. Johns,
Antigua.
Tel: 268 462 1372, Fax: 268 462 1372.
Ms. Cheryl Jeffrey, Chief Fisheries Officer
Other involved agencies: Development Control Authority,
Cecil Charles Building,
Cross Street,
P.O.Box 895,
St. Johns,
Antigua.
Tel: 268 462 6427, Fax: 268 462 6427
Mr. Aldin Crump, Chief Planning Officer

Environment Division,
Ministry of Tourism and Environment,
Queen Elizabeth Highway,
St. Johns,
Antigua.
Tel: 268 462 6265, Fax: 268 462 6298
Ms. Diann Black Layne, Chief Environment Officer

Environmental Awareness Group
P.O.Box 2103,
St. Johns,
Antigua.
Tel: 268 462 6236, Fax: 268 463 7740
Mrs. Gillian Cooper, Executive Director
   

e-mail addresses: Fisheries Division fisheries@candw.ag
Development Control Authority authority@candw.ag
Environment Division mintourenv@candw.ag
Environmental Awareness Group eag@candw.ag
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: Fisheries Division,
Development Control Authority
Persons trained in use of software: Ms. Cheryl Jeffrey, Mr. Philmore James, Fisheries Division
Demonstration of software to:

-          Mr. Aldin Crump, Dr. Deborah Thomas, Development Control Authority; 

-          Ms. Diann Black Layne, Environment Division; 

-          Ms. Gillian Cooper, Executive Director, Environmental Awareness Group;

-          Mr. George Brown, Secretary General, Antigua and Barbuda National Commission for UNESCO

Manual supplied to: Fisheries Division
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-          Field visits to Mosquito Cove, Darkwood and Crab Hill to see damage caused by Hurricane Lenny. 

-          Meeting with, Mr. J. Fernandez and Mr. Benjamin, concerning a Climate Change Assessment project (UNEP).

-          Meeting with Mrs. Gillian Cooper, Executive Director, Environmental Awareness Group.

-          Meeting with Mr. Aldin Crump, Chief Planning Officer and Dr. Deborah Thomas, UNCHS Consultant, Development Control Authority.

-          Meeting with Ms.Diann Black Layne, Chief Environment Officer, Environment Division.

-          Meeting with Mr. George Brown, Secretary General, Antigua and Barbuda National Commission for UNESCO.

Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Antigua: Dickinson Bay (4), Runaway Bay (3), Fort James (2), Deep Bay (2), Yorks Beach (2), Stony Horn Beach (2), Mosquito Cove (1), Lignumvitae Bay (3), Ffryes Bay (3), Darkwood (3), Crab Hill (1), Morris Bay (1), Falmouth (1), Pigeon Point (2), Mamora Bay (1), Halfmoon Bay (3), Long Bay (2), Dutchman Bay (3), Jabberwock (2)

Barbuda: Governors Bay (1), Cocoa Point (3), Dulcina (1), Palmetto Point (1), Low Bay (1), Two Foot Bay (1)

Length of database: Antigua: 1991-2000
Barbuda: 1995-2000

British Virgin Islands  

Country/territory: British Virgin Islands
Date of visit: 2 February, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Conservation and Fisheries Department,
P.O.Box  3323,
Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
Tel: 284 494 5681/3429, Fax: 284 494 2670
Mr. Bertrand Lettsome, Chief Conservation and Fisheries Officer
Other involved agencies: Town and Country Planning Department,
P.O.Box 634, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
Tel: 284 494 3701, Fax: 284 494 5794
Mr. Louis Potter, Chief Physical Planning Officer
e-mail addresses: Conservation and Fisheries Department cfd@bvigovernment.org
Town and Country Planning Department bvitcp@candwbvi.net bvitcp@excite.com
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: Conservation and Fisheries Department
Persons trained in use of software: Ms. Lynda Varlack, Conservation and Fisheries Department
Manual supplied to: Conservation and Fisheries Department
Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: None currently being monitored.
Between 1989 and 1994 the following beaches were monitored:
Tortola: Long Bay (2), Cappoons Bay (2), Little Carrot Bay (1), Great Carrot Bay (1), Cane Garden Bay (1), Brewers Bay (1), Josiahs Bay (1), Long Bay Lambert (1), Lloyds (1), Fat Hogs Bay (1), Brandywine Bay (1), Kingston Bay (1), Fish Bay (1), Nanny Cay (1), Smugglers Cove (1).
Virgin Gorda: Devils Bay (1), The Baths (1), Spring Bay (1), St. Thomas Bay (2), Little Dix Bay (1), Savannah Bay (1), Mahoe Bay (1), Nail Bay (1), Little Leverick Bay (1).
Prickly Pear Island (2), Eustatia (1).
Anegada: Loblolly Bay (1), Bones Bight (1), Cow Wreck Bay (1), West End (1), Pomato Point (1), Anegada Reef Hotel (1), Nutmeg Point (1).
Peter Island: Sprat Bay (1), Deadmans Bay (2), Big Reef Bay (1)
Jost Van Dyke: White Bay (1), Great Harbour (1).
Length of database: 1989-1994

Dominica  

Country/territory: Dominica
Date of visit: 7 - 11 February, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Forestry, Wildlife and National Parks Division,
Ministry of Agriculture, Planning and Environment,
Botanical Gardens,
Roseau, Dominica.
Tel: 767 448 2401, Fax: 767 448 7999
Mr. Arlington James, Forestry Officer
Other involved agencies: Physical Planning Division,
Economic Development Unit,
Charles Avenue,
Goodwill,
Roseau, Dominica.
Tel: 767 448 2401, Fax; 767 448 7744
Mr. Raphael Francis, Chief Physical Planning Officer
e-mail addresses: Forestry, Wildlife and National Parks Division forestry@cwdom.dm
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: Forestry, Wildlife and National Parks Division
Persons trained in use of software: Mr. Arlington James, Forestry, Wildlife and National Parks Division
Manual supplied to: Forestry, Wildlife and National Parks Division
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Meeting with Mrs. Patsy Alexander, Secretary General, Dominica National Commission for UNESCO.

-         Meeting with Mr. Raphael Francis, Chief Physical Planning Officer, Physical Planning Division. 

-         Field visits to west coast beaches damaged by Hurricane Lenny and to the major landslide site at the Layou River.

Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Scotts Head (4), Soufriere (2), Pottersville (1), Rockaway (1),  Mero (1), Batalie (1), Coconut Beach (2), Glanvilla (1), Lagon (1), Purple Turtle (1), Belle Hall (1), Toucarie (1), Hampstead (1), Pointe Baptiste (1), Woodford Hill (1), Londonderry (1), Pagua (1), Bout Sable (2)
Length of database: 1987-1991, 1994-2000

Grenada    

Country/territory: Grenada
Date of visit: 20 – 24 March, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: National Science and Technology Council,
Marine Villa, Tanteen,
St. Georges,
Grenada.
Tel: 473 440 3118, Fax: 473 440 9292
Mr. Peter Thomas, Assistant Director, Mrs Gail Gilchrist, Secretary
Other involved agencies: Fisheries Division,
Church Street,
St. Georges, Grenada.
Tel: 473 440 3814/3831, Fax: 473 440  6613
Mr. Crafton Isaac, Mr. Paul Phillip, Mr. Junior McDonald (Carriacou)

Lands and Surveys Division,
Ministry of Agriculture,
Mount Wheldale,
St. Georges, Grenada.
Tel: 473 440 1439, Fax: 473 440 6613

Land and Water Resource Unit,
Ministry of Agriculture,
Mount Wheldale,
St. Georges, Grenada.
Tel: 473 440 3195

Ms. Anne Francis
Hillsborough Secondary School,
Carriacou.
Tel: 473 443 7872
Contact person: Mr. Junior McDonald, Fisheries Division

e-mail addresses: Fisheries Division grenfish@caribsurf.com
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: National Science and Technology Council
Persons trained in use of software: Mrs. Gail Gilchrist, National Science and Technology Council;
Mr. Crafton Isaac, Mr. Junior McDonald, Fisheries Division;
Mr. Trevor Barclay, Mr. Wilbur Thomas, Lands and Surveys    Division; 
Ms. Anne Francis, Land and Water Resource Unit
Demonstration of software to: Mr. Peter Thomas, National Science and Technology Council
Manual supplied to: National Science and Technology Council,
Fisheries Division,
Lands and Surveys Division,
Land and Water Resource Unit
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Viewing of video footage of damage caused by Hurricane Lenny and slides of beach changes at Levera.

-         Visit to west and north coast beach sites and re-establishment of profile sites lost during Hurricane Lenny.

-         Meeting with Mr. Francis McBarnette, Director, Organization of American States.

Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Grenada: La Source (3), Magazin (2), Grand Anse (6), Grand Mal (1), Palmiste (2), Mount Rodney (1), Sauteurs (2), Levera (3), Bathway (3), River Antoine (2), Lower Telescope (2), Grenville (2)
Carriacou: (12)
Length of database: Grenada: 1985-1991, 1993-2000
Carriacou: 1997-2000
Country/territory: Grenada
Date of visit: 30 November – 2 December, 1999
Chief counterpart agency: Grenada Board of Tourism,
Burns Point,
P.O.Box 293,
St. Georges, Grenada.
Tel: 473 440 2279/2001, Fax: 473 440 6637
Mr. William Joseph, Director of Tourism
Other involved agencies: Organization of American States,
P.O.Box 123,
St. Georges, Grenada
Tel: 473 440 2439/2847, Fax: 473 440 6689
Mr. Francis McBarnette, Director
e-mail addresses: Grenada Board of Tourism gbt@caribsurf.com
Organization of American States oasgrnda@caribsurf.com
Activities undertaken during visit:

-         Visit to Grand Anse with Mr. Ricky Morain, Grenada Board of Tourism, Mr. Gordon Paterson, Forestry Department and Mr. Peter Thomas, National Science and Technology Council. 

-         Meeting with Mr. Francis McBarnette, Director, Organization of American States, Mr. David Lin, Ambassador, Republic of China.

-         Meeting with Mr. William Joseph, Mr. Ricky Morain, and Ms. Anne Isaac, Grenada Board of Tourism, Mr. Francis McBarnette, Organization of American States, Dr. James Pitt and Mr. Peter Thomas, National Science and Technology Council, Mr. John Auguste, Energy Division, Ministry of Finance.

Follow-up activities: Preparation and circulation of a report entitled ‘Recommendations for the rehabilitation of Grand Anse, Grenada, following the erosion caused by Hurricane Lenny.’

Montserrat

Country/territory: Montserrat
Date of visit: 13-17 December, 1999
Chief counterpart agency: Fisheries Division,
Ministry of Agriculture, Land, Housing and Environment,
P.O.Box 272, Brades, Montserrat.
Tel: 664 491 2546/2075, Fax: 664 491 9275
Ms. Melissa O’Garro, Chief Fisheries Officer
Other involved agencies: Physical Planning Unit
Ministry of Agriculture, Land, Housing and Environment,
P.O.Box 272, Brades, Montserrat.
Tel: 664 491 6795, Fax: 664 491 5655
Mr. Alan Gunne-Jones, Chief Physical Planning Officer
e-mail addresses: Fisheries Division mnifish@candw.ag
Physical Planning Unit gunnjonesa@candw.ag
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.1, November, 1999
Software and beach change database installed at: Fisheries Division,
Physical Planning Unit
Persons trained in use of software: Ms. Melissa O’Garro, Mr. John Jeffers, Fisheries Division
Demonstration of software to: Mr. Clement Mead, Physical Planning Unit
Manual supplied to: Fisheries Division,
Physical Planning Unit
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Mr. John Jeffers, Fisheries Division, Mr. Denzil Daley and Mr. Adolphus Ryan, Irrigation Technicians from the Ministry of Agriculture, Land, Housing and Environment re/trained in field techniques. 

-         Field measurement programme re-established. 

-         Meeting with Mr. Alan Gunne-Jones, Chief Physical Planning Officer, Physical Planning Unit.

-         Meeting with Ms. Anne Marie Dewar, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Housing and Environment.

Follow-up activities:

-         New beach monitoring equipment supplied to Fisheries Division through the UNESCO-CSI regular programme.

-         Manual describing field sites prepared.

Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Sturge Park (1), Foxes Bay (1), Old Road Bay (2), Lime Kiln Bay (1), Woodlands Beach (1), Bunkum Bay (1), Carrs Bay (1), Little Bay (1)
Length of database: 1990-1996,
1999 -  , (monitoring restarted December 1999)

Nevis

Country/territory: Nevis
Date of visit: 1-5 November, 1999
Chief counterpart agency: Nevis Historical and Conservation Society,
P.O. Box 563, Charlestown, Nevis.
Tel: 869 469 0408/5786, Fax: 869 469 0274
Mr. Daniel Arthurton, Executive Director
Other involved agencies: Physical Planning Unit,
Department of Planning and Development,
Cotton House, Market Street, Charlestown, Nevis.
Tel: 869 469 5521, Fax: 869 469 5485

Mrs. E. Esternella West, Director of Planning
Fisheries Division, Department of Agriculture,
Ministry of Agriculture, Lands and Housing,
P.O.Box 507, Charlestown, Nevis.
Tel: 869 469 5521, Fax: 869 469 1806
Mr. Audra Barrett, Fisheries Officer

e-mail addresses: Nevis Historical and Conservation Society nhcs@caribsurf.com
Physical Planning Unit planevis@caribsurf.com
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.0, October, 1999
Software and beach change database installed at: Nevis Historical and Conservation Society
Persons trained in use of software: Ms. Corrina Mak, Ms. Shauna McGarvey, Ms. Christina Olsen, interns at Nevis Historical and Conservation Society
Demonstration of software to: Mr. Audra Barrett, Fisheries Division;
Barbara and Geoffrey Gosling, Nevis Historical and Conservation Society volunteers
Manual supplied to: Nevis Historical and Conservation Society
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Preparation of a report on the impact of Hurricane Jose (October 1999) using the beach change database. 

-         Visit to west and north coast beaches to re-survey the beaches and see the impacts of Hurricane Jose.

-         Meeting with Mr. Audra Barrett, Fisheries Division.

-         Meeting with Mrs. E. Esternella West, Director of Planning and Mr. Glasgow, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Planning and Development.

Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Gallows Bay (2), Pinneys Beach (6), Cades Bay (1), Mosquito Bay (1), Hurricane Hill (2), Newcastle (1), Nisbett (2), Longhaul Bay (1), White Bay (1), Indian Castle (1)
Length of database: 1988-2000

St. Kitts

Country/territory: St. Kitts
Date of visit: 21-25 February 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Department of the Environment,
P.O. Box 132,
Basseterre,
St. Kitts.
Tel: 869 465 4040, Fax: 869 466 3915
Mr. Raymond Solomon, Director
Other involved agencies: Fisheries Division, Department of Agriculture,
P.O.Box 39, Basseterre, St. Kitts.
Tel: 869 465 8045, Fax: 869 465 2635
Mr. J. Simmons, Chief Fisheries Officer 

Physical Planning Division,
Department of Planning,
P.O.Box 597, Basseterre, St. Kitts.
Tel: 869 465 2277, Fax: 869 466 7398
Mr. Patrick Williams, Chief Physical Planning Officer 

St. Christopher Heritage Society,
West Square Street,
Basseterre, St. Kitts.
Tel: 869 465 5584, Fax: 869 465 5584
Mrs. Jacqueline Cramer-Armony, Executive Director

e-mail addresses: Fisheries Division fmusk@caribsurf.com
St. Christopher Heritage Society jalatuka@caribsurf.com
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: Department of the Environment,
Physical Planning Division
Persons trained in use of software: Mr. Brian Farrell, Department of the Environment;
Mr. Loftus Bridgewater, Parks and Beaches Unit, Department of the Environment
Demonstration of software to: Mr. Bernell Hobson, Parks and Beaches Unit,
Mr. Patrick Williams, Physical Planning Division,
Ms. Dauna Manchester Joseph, Secretary General, St. Kitts- Nevis National Commission for UNESCO
Manual supplied to: Department of the Environment,
Physical Planning Division
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Visit to the new seawall at the Royal St. Kitts Beach Resort and Casino, North Frigate Bay.

-         Meeting with Mrs. Jacqueline Cramer-Armony, Executive Director, St. Christopher Heritage Society. 

-         Meeting with Mr. Patrick Williams, Physical Planning Division.

-         Visits to beach sites on the peninsula and the mainland of St. Kitts to check on beach profile reference points and the damage caused by Hurricane Lenny.

-         Meeting with Ms. Dauna Manchester Joseph, Secretary General, St. Kitts-Nevis National Commission for UNESCO.

Follow-up activities: Further advice/correspondence with the St. Christopher Heritage Society and the Department of the Environment concerning the North Frigate Bay seawall.
Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: South Frigate Bay (1), Basseterre (2), New Guinea (1), Pump Bay (1), Belle Tete (2), Dieppe Spit (3), Caines Pasture (1), Sandy Bay (1), Connaree (1), North Frigate Bay (1), North Friars Bay (2), Sand Bank Bay (2),  Mosquito Bay (2), Cockleshell Bay (3), Banana Bay (2) Majors Bay (2) White House Bay (2) South Friars Bay (3)
Length of database: 1992-2000

St. Lucia

Country/territory: St. Lucia
Date of visit: 3-7 April, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Fisheries Department,
Sans Souci,
Castries, St. Lucia.
Tel: 758 452 6172/3987, Fax: 758 452 3853
Mrs. Susanna Scott, Fisheries Officer
Other involved agencies: Unit for Sustainable Development and Environment,
Ministry of Finance and Planning,
P.O.Box 709,
Castries, St. Lucia.
Tel: 758 451 8746, Fax: 758 452 2506
Mr. Bishnunarine Tulsie, Mr. Christopher Corbin 

Northwest Coastal Conservation Project,
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries,
Forestry Headquarters, Union, St. Lucia
Tel: 758 450 2484, Fax: 758 451 9029
Mrs. Anita James, Project Manager

e-mail addresses: Fisheries Department deptfish@slumaffe.org
Unit for Sustainable Development and Environment est_mpde@candw.lc
Northwest Coastal Conservation Project nccp@candw.lc
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: Fisheries Department
Persons trained in use of software: Mrs. Sarah George, Ms. Dawn Nathaniel, Fisheries Department
Manual supplied to: Fisheries Department
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Meeting with Mrs. Anita James, Mr. Sylvester Chastanet, Northwest Coastal Conservation Project .

-         Meeting with Mr. Bishnunarine Tulsie, Mr. Christopher Corbin and Ms. Marian Henry, Unit for Sustainable Development and the Environment.

-         Meeting with Mrs. Shery Alexander Heinis, Secretary General, St. Lucia National Commission for UNESCO; Mr. Leton Thomas, UNESCO; Science Sub-Commission of the National Commission: Mr. Giles Romulus, Dr. Marie Louis Felix, Dr. Stephen King;

-         Meeting with Dr. Vasantha Chase, Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Natural Resources Management Unit.

-         Field visits to Reduit Beach and Pigeon Island Causeway.

Follow-up activities: Transmission of final report on coastal development setback guidelines to the Unit for Sustainable Development and Environment.
Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Anse La Raye (2), Anse Chastanet (1), Soufriere (1), Malgretoute (1), Anse Ger (2), Fond D’Or (3). (Profile sites at the Causeway, Reduit Beach and Vigie Beach now being monitored by the Northwest Coastal Conservation project)
Length of database: 1990-1991, 1994-2000

St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Country/territory: St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Date of visit: 24-28 January, 2000
Chief counterpart agency: Seismic Unit,
Ministry of Agriculture and Labour,
Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Tel: 784 457 2070, Fax: 784 457 1479
Mr. Maxwell Porter, Seismic Officer, Mr. Kemvel Spence, Seismic Technician
Other involved agencies: Physical Planning Department,
Central Administration Building,
Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Tel: 784 457 1746, Fax: 784 456 2430
Ms. Elizabeth Mwakosya, Chief Physical Planning Officer

Bequia Community High School,
Port Elizabeth, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Tel: 784 458 3301
Mr. Herman Belmar, Industrial Arts Teacher

e-mail address: Mr. Belmar humpback@caribsurf.com
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.2, January, 2000
Software and beach change database installed at: Seismic Unit,
Bequia Community High School
Persons trained in use of software: Mr. Kemvel Spence, Seismic Unit;
Mr. Herman Belmar (and students), Bequia Community High School
Manual supplied to: Seismic Unit,
Bequia Community High School
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Meeting with Mr. Simeon Green, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Labour and Mr. Reuben Robinson, Deputy Chief Agricultural Officer.

-         Meeting with Ms. Elizabeth Mwakosya, Chief Physical Planning Officer.

-         Meeting with Ms. La Fleur John, Secretary General, St. Vincent and the Grenadines National Commission for UNESCO. 

-         Field visit to Rose Place with Mr. Theodore Trimmingham and 3rd form students, Emanuel High School, Kingstown.

-         Field training in beach measurement techniques with Mr. Herman Belmar and third form students from Bequia Community High School, beach monitoring sites established and beaches measured in Bequia.

-         View the damage caused by Hurricane Lenny in Bequia.

Follow-up activities: Beach monitoring site description folder sent to Bequia Community High School
Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: The beaches in St. Vincent are not currently monitored.
St. Vincent: Byera Bay (2), Colonarie Bay (1), Shipping Bay (1), Argyle Bay (2), Diamond Bay (2), Calliaqua Bay (3), Villa Beach (1), Indian Bay (3), Questrelles Bay (1), Layou Bay (2), Mount Wynne Bay (2)
Bequia: Hamilton Beach (3), Port Elizabeth (2)
Length of database: St. Vincent: 1995-1997
Bequia: 2000 (measurement started in January 2000)

Turks and Caicos Islands  

Country/territory: Turks and Caicos Islands
Date of visit: 14-19 November, 1999
Chief counterpart agency: Department of Environment and Coastal Resources,
South Base,
Grand Turk,
Turks and Caicos Islands.
Tel: 649 946 2970, Fax: 649 946 1895
Ms. Michelle Fulford, Chief Scientific Officer
Other involved agencies: Coastal Resources Management Project
National Parks Office,
Providenciales,
Turks and Caicos Islands.
Tel: 649 941 5122, Fax: 649 946 4793
Ms. Judith L. Garland, Project Manager 

Department of Planning,
South Base,
Grand Turk,
Turks and Caicos Islands.
Tel: 649 946 2220, Fax: 649 946 2448
Ms. Grace Les Fouris, Director of Planning

e-mail addresses: Department of Environment and Coastal Resources, Grand Turk decr@tciway.tc
Department of Environment and Coastal Resources, South Caicos  wesley@tciway.tc
Coastal Resources Management Project crmpgarland@tciway.tc
Department of Planning planningtcig@tciway.tc
Version of software  installed: Beach Profile Analysis, version 3.0, October, 1999
Software and beach change database installed at: Department of Environment and Coastal Resources, Grand Turk,
Coastal Resources Management Project, Providenciales,
Department of Planning, Grand Turk
Persons trained in use of software: Ms. Michelle Fulford, Department of Environment and Coastal Resources;
Ms. Judith Garland, Mr. David Shim, Ms. Michelle Taylor, Coastal Resources Management Project;
Mr. Danier Lightbourne, Department of Planning
Demonstration of software to: Ms. Melinda Seymour, Mr. Eldon Talbot, Mr. Valdez Thomas, Mr. Ernest Williams, Conservation/Enforcement Officers, Department of Environment and Coastal Resources;
Mr. Randolph Boodocem, Mr. Carlos Ramez, Planning Officers, Department of Planning.
Manual supplied to: Department of Environment and Coastal Resources,
Coastal Resources Management Project,
Department of Planning
Other activities undertaken during visit:

-         Field methods training session in beach monitoring in Providenciales with Mr. David Shim, Ms. Michelle Taylor, Mr. Julian Garland, Mr. Galvin Hall, Coastal Resources Management Project. 

-         Field methods training session in beach monitoring in Grand Turk with Ms. Michelle Fulford, Ms. Melinda Seymour, Mr. Eldon Talbot, Mr. Valdez Thomas, Mr. Ernest Williams, Department of Environment and Coastal Resources; and Mr. Danier Lightbourne, Mr. Randolph Boodocem, Mr. Carlos Ramez, Department of Planning. 

-         Meeting and visit to beaches in South Caicos with Mr. Wesley Clerveaux, Department of Environment and Coastal Resources.

-         Meeting with Dr. Murray Rudd, Director of the School for Field Studies, South Caicos.

-         Meeting with Mr. Berkely Malcolm, Department of Planning, Providenciales.

-         Meeting with Ms. Grace Les Fouris, Director of Planning.

-         Meeting with Mr. Terry Smith, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Natural Resources.

Follow-up activities: Copies of Beach Field Manual (1995) sent to Department of Environment and Coastal Resources and Department of Planning
Beaches currently monitored and number of sites per beach: Grand Turk: Boaby Rock Point (2), Kittina (1), Salt Raker (1), Pillories Beach (1), Coralie Gardens (1)
Providenciales: Turtle Cove (2), PDM Park (1), Club Med West (1), Pelican Road (2), Sunnyside (2), Prince of Wales (2)
Length of database: 1995-1997.  Monitoring expected to recommence 2000
 
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