The Department of Environment convened the commissioning of two pieces of equipment, hydromet station and a Coral Reef Early Warning System (CREWS) in January 2019 with the aim of collecting data which will in turn be used to generate information for decision making.Cheryl Jeffers, Conservation Officer within the Department of Environment.
“Access to reliable data will facilitate good decision making. The installation of these equipment will complement existing stations that were already installed around the Island of St. Kitts,” said the conservation officer.Minister with responsibility for Environment, the Honourable Eugene Hamilton, spoke briefly on the pieces of equipment.


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