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Fernando de Noronha - PE


Fernando de Noronha (PE) archipelago:


Oct/2010 - Archipelago Fernando de Noronha (PE) comprising the terrestrial area inhabited and the marine environment around the islands within 50 meters underwater and a seaward damping zone until 500 meters depth as limit.
We greatly appreciate the support we received from Atlantis Divers de Noronha. In particular people who were involved with the cause of corals’ survival and accompanied us, oriented, guided and made possible the realization of dives in all points required: Zaira Matheus - biologist, photographer and sub diving instructor, Ze Renato - Dive Master, Maneko - Diving instructor. Our many thanks to all the Atlantis Divers staff.

The recognition of region was done by steps with dives in the archipelago vicinity as indicated on the map:








































 
Archipelago Fernando de Noronha and all marine region in its surroundings are located within one of geological crevices linked to great geological fracture Meso-Atlantic.

This fact is the cause of the existence of a high level of electromagnetism from high voltage and Beta radioactivity, which has been in an increasing in the last 10 years.
(more detail on environmental change)

These factors combination with the communication microwave’s transmission has weakened corals leaving them defenseless before the water temperature rise by global warming.


There are a coral bleaching with greater incidence  in the island's East region, where are concentrated the main communication antennas.


Below the measurements who were obtained in the divers points:


Incidence of a high-voltage electromagnetic field in a uniform level of 90 Hz at all points.



1. Pontal do Norte - inside sea
    Biotic recorded zero to zero
    Beta radioactivity from 21 to 24 mR/h
   
    Microwaves 200 to 700 Mhz



2.
Ilha do Meio - inside sea
    Biotic recorded zero to zero

    Beta radioactivity from 21 to 25 mR/h


    Microwaves 300 to 900 Mhz

3.
Pontal da Macaxeira – outside sea
    Biotic recorded zero to +10
  
    Beta radioactivity from 11 to 16 mR/h


    Microwaves 500 Mhz to 1.1 Ghz

4.
Pedras Secas I – outside sea

     Biotic recorded zero to zero

  
     Beta radioactivity from 25 to 35 mR/h


     Microwaves 800 Mhz to 1.5 Ghz

5.
Cabeco da Sapata - inside sea

    Biotic recorded zero to +20

    Beta radioactivity from 22 to 29 mR/h


    Microwaves = zero



6.
Iuias - outside sea

    Biotic recorded zero to +25


    Beta radioactivity from 22 to 26 mR/h
  

    Microwaves = zero

7. Pedras Secas II – outside sea
    Biotic recorded zero to +20

    Beta radioactivity from 19 to 25 mR / h


    Microwaves zero to 700 Mhz

8.
Caieiras cove - outside sea
    Biotic recorded zero to +20

    Beta radioactivity from 23 to 29 mR/h


    Microwaves 200 to 600 Mhz



9.
Laje 2 Irmaos - inside sea
    Biotic recorded zero to +30

    Beta radioactivity from 23 to 26 mR/h


    Microwaves 200 to 400 Mhz



10.
Caverna da Sapata - inside sea

      Biotic recorded zero to +25


      Beta radioactivity from 23 to 25 mR/h


      Microwaves = zero



11.
Cabeco Submarino – outside sea

      Biotic recorded zero to +20


      Beta radioactivity from 20 to 24 mR/h


      Microwaves zero to 200 Mhz



12.
Ilha do Frade – outside sea

      Biotic recorded zero to +10


      Beta radioactivity from 16 to 19 mR/h


      Microwaves 400 to 800 Mhz



13.
Trinta Reis – outside sea

       Biotic recorded zero to +5


       Beta radioactivity from 18 to 28 mR / h


       Microwaves 600 to 800 Mhz



14.
Sueste Bay – outside sea

      Biotic recorded zero to +20


      Beta radioactivity from 12 to 15 mR / h


      Microwaves 300 to 500 Mhz



15.
Sancho Bay – inside sea

      Biotic recorded zero to +30


      Beta radioactivity from 22 to 24 mR / h


      Microwaves = zero



Some recorded Photos of the corals status on the occasion of our recognition in October/2010 are available at:


https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8hp_teICcVuaE1Mc2ptS0hBeVU


We believe that the region has a great potential for a rapidly recovery, because we have a lot of marine life and corals on archipelago West which has been protected from the microwaves by high hilltops and the water pollution absence. Also for being a MPA that has a management executed by ICMBIO.

After a strengthening period of corals’ immune during the next six months, without excess seawater heating, we will have the stabilization and recovery of marine biodiversity and protection from the global warming effects and other harmful electromagnetic energies.


Within two years we must have a visible improvement in the marine biodiversity of Fernando de Noronha.


In inhabited areas currently in island, the biotic level increased already provides an immediate environment of welfare and health to all, which can be felt by the improvement in overall physical condition and stress reduction and others.
We continue at Universe disposal to fulfill our life mission - save the coral reefs on the Planet ! We are very happy with the results of this step in Noronha ! Since both marine life and human life are now shrouded in a Bag End with Universal energy with a biotic level of +100 ! Now, we expect to see the upward life curve happening in this paradise ! We will continue working for the coral reefs survival in other places where we are called !!!
 
The yellow line on the map below demarcates the limits of the region which has been harmonized with a large damping zone to facilitate the reproductive processes:








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