|An amazing coral reef has settled naturally|
on the seawalls at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, Jun 2013.
Maritime and Port Authority, Port Marine Notice NO. 29 OF 2015 dated 17 Mar 2015
Soil investigation work off Changi East
Date: With effect from 19 Mar 2015 to 20 Apr 2015
Location: Off Changi East, within the working area at the following borehole points
Details : Soil investigation work will be carried out by means of borehole drilling and Cone Penetration Testing using barge. The work barge, with tug boats in attendance, will have a circular safety working zone of 30 meters radius centred at the barge. Tugboats will be used for shifting the barges from one borehole location to another. The shifting of the barges will be carried out strictly during daylight hours only. A safety boat will be deployed in the vicinity of the working area to warn other craft of the project work. Further enquires relating to the project can be directed to Mr Park Eun Seok, Project Director at Tel: 9118-0025 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
What marine life can be found at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal shores?
A coral reef has settled naturally on the seawalls at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. The reef has a good variety of species and survived the massive 2010 oil spill. More about this reef and other reef life that have settled on artificial structures in Singapore.
|A rich reef growing naturally at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, Jun 2013|
|Lush seagrasses with Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal|
on the horizon. May 2013.
|A view of the large seagrass patch in May 2014.|
|Otters seen at Tanah Merah, Jun 2013.|
Photo by Koh Kwan Siong on facebook.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if coastal construction can be done so as to allow natural regeneration? Here's more about my wacky ideas for a Singapore Great Barrier Reef.