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Re: “Abalone Collapse with Kelp Forests

I would like to develop a kelp field in the area of Southern-California in federal waters. I would like to grow kelp from subsurface buoys to surface in areas where the water is too deep for kelp to grow from the seabed. One possibility is to make mooring lines for the subsurface buoys from recycled waste car tires. The tires would be cut and woven to lines using ring weave technology. I have hands on practical knowledge of ring weave technology. I have experience of boating in Southern-California waters. I have a way to collect and process tires, and to store relatively small amount of mooring lines on my property. I have the funds to obtain a boat for starting the process. I would need permission from federal authorities to place the lines and buoys at a convenient location. For this permit I would need more logistic data, of what kind of subsurface buoys and what kind of anchoring systems to use. Any cooperation would be appreciated to develop a plan of buoy and anchoring system definition. (exp30002@gmail.com)). Any cooperation would be appreciated to facilitate the permitting process.
The intention is to keep expanding the kelp field into international waters, possibly beyond any Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). Any comment is appreciated (exp30002@gmail.com)

Posted by spark on 11/03/2018 at 6:47 PM

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