Sound science helps inform decision makers on how to properly manage the aquifer of this region. Over the years we have worked hard to establish relationships with the scientific community so that we can lend our expertise to help them conduct their studies. Geology, biology, botany, anthropology, archaeology, hydrology, aerial photogrammetry, underwater photogrammetry, remote sensing, climatology, and GIS are just a few of the scientific disciplines we have worked with.

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We have collaborated with:

  • Amigos de Sian Ka’an
  • Alltournative SA de CV
  • Boxfish Research
  • The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve
  • La Comision Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas
  • La Subdireccion de Arqueologia Subacuatica del Instituto Nacional de Antropolologia e Historia
  • The Costa Escondida Project
  • The Hoyo Negro Project, Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative
  • Global Underwater Explorers
  • The Geologic Survey of Austria
  • Grupo Ha A.C.
  • The University of New England (New South Wales)
  • McMaster University
  • The University of California Riverside
  • The University of California San Diego
  • The University of New Hampshire
  • The Technical University of Denmark
  • Texas State University (The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment)
  • Ejido Tulum
  • Ejido Jose Maria Pino Suarez
  • Ejido Pac Chen
  • Ejido Tres Reyes.
  • We are particularly grateful for our collaboration with the volunteer divers of the Mexico Cave Exploration Project (MCEP)  who have contributed greatly to our efforts for many years now.

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