Seascape Caribbean is an ecosystems & ecosystem services enhancement, development and redevelopment collaborative consult-contractor founded in 2008. 

 
 

Our work specializes in nearshore marine coral and coral reef, seagrass and beach systems.

Our group also works in estuarine, rivers, ponds and lakes, including through to more traditional terrestrial landscaping and soft-engineering.


Lead scientist

Dr Andrew Ross has been working in the conservation of corals in Jamaica since 2002 and in the propagative culture of corals since 2004 and for which he received his PhD in 2013. He has been developing and teaching techniques in coral culture, enhancement, restoration and maintenance since 2006 and sits on the steering committee to the in Coral Restoration Consortium (CRC). 

CV ->                  Publication ->               CRC ->


Technical Staff:

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Jonathan Hernould holds a BSc in Environmental Studies and 4 years in sea-based coral (nursery) culture and planting around Jamaica. He has spearheaded several projects in community-oriented conservation, protected areas as well as generalist environmental campaigns.

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Weston Bingham is a deepwater spear-fisher from Hopewell, Jamaica, with experience all around Jamaica including the Pedro and Columbian keys.


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Partners & Collaborators

Seascape Caribbean works as and within a collaborative of ecologists, managers, fishers, lawyers, engineers, designers, investors and others working towards a nexus of ecological and economic sustainability.