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1 9 October 2009 Trip Report Dr. F. da Costa Fernandes and G. Coatanroch Strategic Plan: - Strategic Plan / 4.3.g.2 Dates and Place: - Cartagena, Colombia, August 2009 Objectives: - To provide training and capacity building on Port Biological Baseline Surveys (theory and practical training) to GloBallast Partnerships Lead Partner Countries and Partner Countries in two of the GloBallast Partnerships Regions (Wider Caribbean and South East Pacific + Argentina), for the purpose of developing ballast water management strategies. - To facilitate exchanges at a scientific level between the different stakeholders of the project. - To share experience and lessons learned from the pilot phase of the project. Addressees: - RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe s Steering Committee Members - GloBallast Partnerships Project Coordinating Unit - Training course s participants Seru Mahuma z/n, Aviation and Meteorology Building Willemstad, Curacao - Netherlands Antilles Tel: (+599-9) / Fax: (+599-9)

2 Table of Contents A. Background & Introduction... 3 B. Objectives Purpose of the training course Expected outcomes... 7 C. Course organization Agenda Participants Logistical arrangements... 8 D. Activities Status of marine bio-invasions in the South East Pacific and Wider Caribbean Regions Training course Practical training: samples collection and sorting E. Outcomes Status of marine bio-invasions in the South East Pacific and Wider Caribbean Regions Practical training: samples collection and sorting F. Conclusions and Recommendations G. Annexes Annex I Agenda... i Annex II List of Participants... vii Annex III Answers to practical exercises... xix Annex IV Course Evaluation Summary... xxvii Page 2 of 17

3 A. Background & Introduction 1. The Wider Caribbean Region (WCR), due to its strategic location, is an important hub for maritime transportation. The Panama Canal alone accommodates about 14,000 ships a year, and this number is expected to double in the next 10 to 15 years. The region also includes many developing countries that rely on the export of raw materials (e.g. oil) and use of their coastal resources (e.g. fishing, tourism): about one third of the world s oil traffic originates or passes through the region. Furthermore, ecologically, the region consists of highly sensitive marine ecosystems (e.g. mangroves, coral reefs and sea grass beds) along with an extremely rich biodiversity, of which a significant number of species are endemic. Given the high volume of oceanic traffic (cargo, cruise ships, etc), the region is consequently seen as particularly at high risk from marine bio-invasions. 2. For the transfer of non indigenous aquatic species, different pathways exist. Besides natural dispersion, intentional and unintentional introductions, as well as range expansion due, for example, to changes in environmental conditions (e.g. climate change), are the most frequent ones. Actually, human activities responsible for species introduction encompass commercial shipping, aquaculture, drilling platforms movement, aquariums, recreational boating, diving practices or even pollution through floating debris. Amongst other vectors, we can notably quote ballast water, hull fouling, accidental releases or uses of scuba gear. 3. Over the past two decades, ballast water has been recognized as one of the major vector for the introduction of Invasive Aquatic Species (IAS). An invasive specie is defined as a nonnative (non-indigenous) specie to the environment or the community that has infringed by intrusion (Steinmetz 1993) and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human health (Invasive Species Advisory Committees 2006). Once settled, and unlike oil spills, these invaders are virtually impossible to remove. Nowadays, IAS are considered as one of the four greatest threats to the oceans by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), along with land-based sources of pollution, habitat loss and overfishing. Indeed, it is estimated that, at every moment, some 7-10,000 species are transported in ballast waters between different bio-geographic regions (Carlton 1999). Furthermore, it has been widely documented in the past years that technological improvements and increasing worldwide shipping trade tend to enhance the rate of establishment of IAS. 4. In 2000, in prevision of the upcoming Ballast Water Management Convention, IMO joined forces with the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to implement the Global Ballast Water Management Programme (GloBallast). The Development Objectives of this technical cooperation programme ( ) were to assist developing countries to reduce the transfer of harmful aquatic organisms Page 3 of 17

4 and pathogens in ships ballast water, to implement the then existing IMO Guidelines 1, and to prepare for the implementation of a new Ballast Water Convention. 5. Six sites were chosen for the Pilot Programme in six Pilot Countries (Brazil, China, India, I.R. Iran, South Africa and Ukraine) representing the main developing regions of the world. Different activities were conducted until To continue the technical co-operation activities initiated during the GloBallast Pilot Phase, a second phase was considered since In June 2006, RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe declared its interest in becoming the regional co-ordinating organization (RCO) this new project in the Wider Caribbean Region. The full size project for GEF-UNDP-IMO GloBallast Partnership (Building Partnerships to Assist Developing Countries to Reduce the Transfer of Harmful Aquatic Organisms in Ships Ballast Water 2 finally got approval on August GloBallast Partnerships project (GBP) builds on the first phase and focuses on the implementation of the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships Ballast Water and sediments (BWM Convention, 2004). It assists developing countries in five high priority regions (Caribbean, Mediterranean, Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, South East Pacific and the West Coast of Africa) to enact legal, policy and institutional reforms to minimize the impacts of aquatic invasive species transferred by ships. This is a five-year project (Oct ) with a total budget of US$23 millions, out of which US$5.64 millions represents the GEF grant, the rest being mostly in-kind contributions from the participating countries, RCO and strategic partners, including the private sector. Indeed, the project planned to establish a GloBallast Industry Alliance (GIA) for Marine Biosafety with partners from major maritime companies. GIA s main objective is, through enhanced partnerships between the public sector and the maritime industry, to minimize, and ultimately eliminate, the transfer of harmful and invasive organisms via ships to maximize global environmental benefits. This issue must of course be addressed in a sustainable and costeffective manner. The alliance was established on March 2, 2009, with BP Shipping, Vela Marine International, Daewoo Ship Building, and APL. 8. The Project assists 13 Lead Partnering Countries (LPC) from the 5 high priority sub-regions. In addition, all member countries in the five sub-regions who have officially expressed interest in participating in the Project are invited to participate in the regional capacity building activities. Specific regional capacity building activities for South Pacific region have also been planned in the Project. Also, linkages will be established with the six pilot countries of the pilot phase (Phase I) whose expertise and capacities will be drawn on for this global effort. Linkages will also be established to work cooperatively with the on-going GEF efforts in Caspian and Baltic region to address the issue of invasive species. 9. The objectives of GBP are a logical expansion of the pilot phase, with a greater focus on legal, policy and institutional reforms in targeted developing countries and more emphasis on 1 Guidelines for the control and management of ships' ballast water to minimize the transfer of harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens, A full description is available online Page 4 of 17

5 integrated management. They were developed jointly by GEF, UNDP and IMO as following 2 : - assisting developing countries to reduce the transfer of harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens in ships ballast water; - building capacity to address the ballast water issues; - undertaking legal, policy and institutional reform; and, - implementing the 2004 BWM Convention. 10. The project is designed to build on the lessons learned during the pilot phase and is based on the principle of on the ground implementation. A number of activities particularly successful in the initial phase, such as the introductory training programme for ballast water management, has already been replicated in new regions. The project ensures a globally uniform approach and, to the extent possible, global coverage of the developing regions of the world. 11. GBP implementation is coordinated through a Project Coordinating Unit at IMO, RCO in the respective regions and the Project Lead Agencies who have nominated the National Project Focal Points (NFP) and National Project Coordinators (NPC) in the respective Lead Partnering and Partnering countries (LPC and PC). The Project implementation activities at various levels are undertaken by the project implementation team with the advise, guidance and support of a Global Project Task Force (GPTF), Regional Task Forces (RTF) and National Task Forces (NTF) established through extensive consultation with all the relevant stakeholders involved in this issue at global, regional and national level. 12. Since 2006, RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe has been involved in the organization of various workshops related to marine bio-invasions, and notably on Ballast Water Management (BWM). In 2008, the Centre notably organized a Regional BWM Introductory Course in Jamaica, and participated to three national workshops to facilitate the creation of the NTF (Colombia, The Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago). 13. Accordingly to RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe s Strategic Plan 08/09, a training course on Port Biological Baseline Surveys was to be organized within the framework of GBP. Indeed, LPC are expected to conduct at least two baseline surveys in their major commercial ports. GBP, without funding for these studies, however participates, through the realization of regional course. 14. Colombia, as LPC for the South East Pacific + Argentina (SEP) region, kindly proposed to host such a meeting. The Permanent Commission of South Pacific (CPPS) accepted a joint organization with RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe and it was decided to include LPC from the WCR. It was decided to use the training package developed specifically for this course by GloBallast Partnerships in collaboration with the New Zealand s National Institute of Water & Atmospheric research that already been successfully delivered in other regions. Page 5 of 17

6 B. Objectives 1. Purpose of the training course 15. Due to the exportations of raw products and bulk commodities, and the consequent discharge of ballast water, major shipping ports are amongst the first places to welcome non-native species. The species could later on establish themselves in this new environment and alter the ecology of the region. 16. The main objective was to provide training and capacity building on Port Biological Baseline Surveys (PBBS), both theoretical and practical, to LPC and PC of GloBallast Partnerships. The training course was oriented towards the practical side of PBBS (planning, preparation and realization) using standardized protocol. 17. Another objective was to foster regional cooperation and facilitate exchanges at a scientific level amongst the different stakeholders of GBP in the WCR and SEP regions. 18. Finally, and similarly at previous activities realized for GBP, the training had also a trainthe-trainer objective, as participants are expected to share the knowledge they acquired with their colleagues and reproduce similar training at the national level. 19. Accordingly to documents received by RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe, within its area of competence, IMO s Marine Environment Division defined the following objectives for the Latin America and Caribbean Region during the upcoming biennium : Development capacities for MARPOL implementation and enforcement. Promoting the ratification and implementation of the OPRC Convention and the OPRC-HNS Protocol and strengthening of national and regional capacities to respond to major marine pollution incidents and to enhance regional co-operation. Promoting the ratification and effective implementation of the AFS Convention. Strengthening national and regional capacity for an effective implementation of the BWM Convention. Promoting the ratification, implementation and compliance with London Convention 1976/1992 Protocol. 20. RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe was established on the basis of the Article 9 of the Cartagena Convention s Protocol Concerning Co-operation in Combating Oil Spills in the Wider Caribbean Region (1983). The mission statement for the Centre, as adopted by the Steering Committee in June 2008, is: To assist countries to develop their national capabilities to implement the Cartagena Convention Oil Spills Protocol, the OPRC 1990 Convention and other IMO Conventions and Protocols relevant to preparedness for and response to oil, hazardous and noxious substances releases, and other marine environmental threats from ships in the Wider Caribbean Region. 21. The training course organized in Colombia corresponded thus with the objectives defined by IMO and the Steering Committee. Page 6 of 17

7 2. Expected outcomes 22. For this activity, the expected outcomes were as following: Delivery of a practical-oriented training for the realization of PBBS using standardized protocols. Capacity building in PC and LPC in order to facilitate the realization of the engagements taken within GBP (realization of 2 PBBS for LPC). Dissemination of information on international and regional conventions, and notably the BWM Convention. Facilitation of regional and inter-regional cooperation and creation of a scientific network within LPC and PC in the region. Experience sharing through the presence of stakeholders from pilot countries (GloBallast 1 st Phase). C. Course organization 1. Agenda 23. See Annex Participants 24. RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe and CPPS invited one delegate from each PC and LPC of the SEP (Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Panama, Peru) and from each LPC of the WCR (The Bahamas, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela). The focal points were informed that targeted delegates should either be scientists/marine biologists who would later be involved in the realization of a PBBS, or environmental managers responsible to implement policies to protect marine natural resources from invasive species or technicians with a good knowledge of port management. 25. Focal points were also informed that the training also had a train-the-trainer objective, since participants are expected to share their newly acquired knowledge with their colleagues. 26. Amongst LPC, Argentina decided to send another delegate, while The Bahamas representative could not attend due to travel restrictions. 27. Colombia, as host country, could invite about 20 participants. 28. The total number of participants, including the staff from the Centro de Investigaciones Oceanograficas e Hidrograficas (CIOH) and the instructors was 43. The list of participants and instructors is attached as Annex 2. Page 7 of 17

8 1 Participants to the training course on Port Baseline Surveys, Colombia, August Logistical arrangements 29. The course was organized by RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe under Activity 4.3.g.2 of the Strategic Plan Funding was provided through the PID TC/0157 Activity 14 and the GEF/UNDP/IMO GloBallast Partnerships Project. 30. DIMAR provided excellent support during the course. This support included providing a conference room, refreshments at coffee breaks, hosting lunch breaks and a reception for the participants, and providing transportation during a field trip. 31. The theoretical part of the training course was realized in one of the conference room of the hotel Almirante Estelar (Avenida San Martin Calle 6 esquina Bocagrande, Cartagena de Indias, Colombia). 32. Following the recommendations of DIMAR, international participants stayed in this hotel. Accommodations for the participants by the hotel were excellent 33. The course was given in Spanish, with simultaneous translation in English. The translation services were provided by the hotel. 34. RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe s office manager, Ms. Carla Bikker, provided logistics for the course. Page 8 of 17

9 35. The first practical part (third day) was realized in the Port of Cartagena. Sociedad Portuaria de Cartagena facilitated all the needs for the samplings. 36. The second part was developed in the installation of the CIOH, which provided all its material and staff to ensure a correct development of the sorting activity. 37. The materials for the training course were the following: a) Participant manual (in English) as developed by NIWA for GloBallast Partnerships b) One CD con digital appendices for the realization of PBBS (e.g. CRIMP protocol). c) Spreadsheet templates in Spanish and English d) Powerpoint presentations (in Spanish/English as required) e) Practical exercises and their answers in Spanish 38. At the end of the training course, all participants were awarded a GloBallast Partnerships certificate. 39. Participants were reminded the different copyrights on the course materials, and were asked not to diffuse them without the permission of GloBallast Partnerships. D. Activities 1. Status of marine bio-invasions in the South East Pacific and Wider Caribbean Regions 40. During the first day, after the introduction ceremony, representatives from the two RCO presented, at a regional level, the status of GPB in their respective regions. 41. One representative for every present country was then invited to give a short presentation of the situation of marine bio-invasions in their country, as well as on the status of the GloBallast Partnerships project. 2. Training course 42. The theoretical part of the training course was delivered in 1 day and a half. The course is based on a training package developed by NIWA for GloBallast Partnerships, and encompasses 6 modules: Module 1 Surveys for marine pests Module 2 Port baseline survey design Module 3 Survey methods Module 4 Survey logistics, operations, health and safety Module 5 Sample management, sorting, preservation and identification Module 6 Data analysis and reporting Page 9 of 17

10 43. Modules 1, 2, 3 and 6 were delivered by Dr. F. da Costa Fernandes (Instituto de Estudos do Mar Almirante Paulo Moreira, Brazil), while the lecturer for modules 4 and 5 was Ms. MaryLuz Cañon Paez (DIMAR). 44. Two exercise sessions were planned, one for modules 1 and 2 and another for modules 3 and 4. The answers to these sessions are attached as Annex Dr. Fernandes during one of his presentations 3 - Ms. Cañon Paez 3. Practical training: samples collection and sorting 45. The practical training consisted of 13 samples to be taken in the Port of Cartagena, according to Table 1. Taxa Sampled Method Habitat Sediment Hard Substrate Pelagic Dinoflagellate Cysts Small core X Benthic Infauna Grab X Phytoplankton 25µm plankton net X Zooplankton 50µm plankton net X Crab/Shrimp Trap X Macro biota Visual Survey X X X Biofouling Quadrat scraping X Biofouling Video/photo X Mobile epifauna Benthic Sled X Table 1 PBBS Design Sampling to be realized in the port 46. The Port of Cartagena has 2 wharves. Following the CRIMP protocol, it was decided to collect the samples at wharf 1: in 3 depths of the pile 1, at 1 meter and 50 meters from pile 1 and plankton and dredge trawling between 1 and 50 meters from pile 1. Page 10 of 17

11 Sampling sites at the wharf 4 - Sampling location in the Port of Cartagena 47. It was decided to carry out the 13 samples were carried out at Warf 1 in the Port of Cartagena according to the table below: Sample Code Site Name Sample Type Taxa sampled Notes COCTG001 Warf 1 PSCR Biofouling 0 m COCTG002 Warf 1 PSCR Biofouling 3 m COCTG003 Warf 1 PSCR Biofouling 7 m COCTG004 Warf 1 CYST Dinoflagellates 1 m COCTG005 Warf 1 CYST Dinoflagellates 50 m COCTG006 Warf 1 CORE Benthic infauna 1 m COCTG007 Warf 1 CORE Benthic infauna 50 m COCTG008 Warf 1 PHYT Phytoplankton Horizontal COCTG009 Warf 1 PHYT Phytoplankton Vertical COCTG010 Warf 1 ZOOP Zooplankton Horizontal COCTG011 Warf 1 ZOOP Zooplankton Vertical COCTG012 Warf 1 CBTP Crab/shrimp 1 m COCTG013 Warf 1 TRWL Benthic epifauna 1 to 50 m Table 2 PBBS Design Sampling to be realized in the port Page 11 of 17

12 48. Divers from the Colombian Navy helped with the collection of the samples COCTG001, COCTG002, COCTG003, COCTG004 and COCTG005. The other samples were collected by CIOH researchers aboard a small boat. 49. The following environmental parameters were also determined: temperature, salinity and transparency of water. Samples of the sediment were collected to analyze grain size and organic matter content. Latitude, longitude, depth and wind were also recorded. 50. The list of equipment used to sample the organisms is described below. The dredge, trap, quadrats and small core were specially built by the CIOH technicians for this practical training. 1 Quadrat: a PVC square of 0.1 m 2 (33 X 33cm) 2 Small Core: a PVC tube of 15 cm of length and 2.5 cm of diameter. 3 Grab of 0.05m 2 4 Plankton net: one for zooplankton with a mesh of 50 µm and another for phytoplankton with a mesh of 25 µm. 5 Crab/shrimp trap 6 Dredge: a metallic dredge with a mouth of 40X20cm. 5 Overview of sampling equipment used during the training Page 12 of 17

13 51. A ROV was used to make a video of the organisms attached on the pile. The movie was seen in real time by the students. Pictures were also taken from the squares (quadrats) according to CRIMP Protocols. 6 & 7 Divers from the Colombian Navy and their equipment 52. Sampling sorting was then realized at the CIOH. The delegates were divided in three groups. Each group was supervised by one instructor: Flavio da Costa Fernandes, Mary Luz Cañon Paez and Heloisa Viana de Godoy Fernandes. The organisms were identified in superior taxa, narcotized and preserved according to CRIMP protocols. 8 Sample sorting 9 Sample collection (quadrat scraping) Page 13 of 17

14 10 Plankton collection 11 Sample sorting 12 Sample sorting E. Outcomes 1. Status of marine bio-invasions in the South East Pacific and Wider Caribbean Regions 53. The representatives from the different countries presented the actions undertaken for IAS management and detection, as well as the activities carried out within the framework of the GloBallast Partnerships project. 54. Argentina: Argentina has identified 35 introduced species: 37% of crustacean, 17% of ascidian, and 14% of bryozoans. At the moment, the six species having important ecological impacts are: Limnoperna fortunei, Balanus glandula, Undaria pinatifida, Carcinus maenas, Crassostrea gigas and Ficomatus enigmaticus. The delegate presented the sampling procedures being carried out, and the results: harmful algal blooms have been observed in ballast tanks, for example Coscinodiscus wailesii, as well as some species of dinoflagellates. The delegate also explained the current legislation and the steps taken to ratify the Convention. 55. Chile: Chile has identified many exotic species. Some of them are used for aquaculture: rainbow trout and 3 species of salmon. They have also a virus, ISA, that causes white spots on fishes. Some species of copepod and dinoflagellates were found in the plakton. Four species of mollusks were introduced (two abalones, one oyster (Crassostrea gigas) and one scallop). The Chilean representative also explained the legislation for the management of ballast water. 56. Colombia: Colombia has identified 46 exotic species in the country. The freshwater fish species were Salmo trutta, Cyprinus carpio and Mycropterus salmoides. Many introduced Page 14 of 17

15 coastal species were also identified: Hippolyte zostericola, Macrobrachium rosembergii and Litopenaeus vannamei (shrimp), Charybdis helleri (crab), Perna viridis, Electroma sp., Mytilopsis sallei and Perna perna (bivalve), Omobranchus punctatus (fish) Childonia pyriformis and Schizoporella cf. pungens (bryozoa), Lobophora variegata (algae) and Coscinodiscus wailesii (diatom). 57. Ecuador: Ecuador has also initiated an inventory of species and has identified many viruses that cause white spots on cultivated shrimps. Another organism introduced is the Ostreopsis. The delegate presented the different monitoring actions taken at the national level. 58. Jamaica: Jamaica has identified the green mussel, Perna viridis, and the lion fish, Pterois volitans, as the main marine invasive species present in its waters. The presentation included some of the strategies considered in order to fight these pests. 59. Panama: Panama has identified only one exotic species. It is a mud crab, Rhithropanopeus harrisii, found in the Canal. 60. Peru: Peru has initiated an inventory of the species in its water and has already identified many dinoflagellates causing red tides: Prorocentrum micans, Prorocentrum cf. minimum and akashiro sanguinea. 61. Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad and Tobago has identified 17 introduced species, but only one marine species, spreading around the country (and the Caribbean ) since the 90 s, Perna viridis. The presentation also included the different sites at risk and the activities carried out by the country, and notably modifications in the legislation. 62. Venezuela: The GloBallast project coordinator for Venezuela presented the results of actions lead at the national level since the beginning of the project: formation of National Task Force and consequent meetings, definition of a national programme, communication, revision of the legislation. She also presented the expected outcomes of the actions to be undertaken in the near future. 2. Practical training: samples collection and sorting 63. The organisms identified in superior taxa will be kept by CIOH and will be sent to taxonomists to identify the species. This preliminary study could later on be used to facilitate the realization of a complete PBBS in the port of Cartagena. 64. During this training, one species was detected by the first time in Colombian waters. It was an early detection of Perna viridis. Thirty green mussels were collected by the divers on the piles of the Port of Cartagena. Further information will be provided through the mean of a scientific article. F... Conclusions and Recommendations 65. Participants acquired a solid understanding of the different processes to be determined in order to set up a successful PBBS. The benefits and limits of different methods were discussed. Page 15 of 17

16 66. Specific results that were achieved during the training course include: a. Training provided for at least one representative of PC and LPC for SEP and LPC for WCR (except The Bahamas). b. Identification of the processes to be followed in order to achieved a successful PBBS. c. Increased knowledge on the IAS present in SEP and WCR. d. Formation of a network of scientists able to plan PBBS in PC and LPC for SEP and LPC for WCR e. Shared experience by a representative of a pilot phase country. f. Each participant could assess the need for: (a) Development / progress of the activities for GBP in his/her country. (b) PBBS in major commercial ports in his/her country (c) Need for further training, including an IMO model course Train-the-trainer. 67. Based on the comments from the participants, and the analyses from instructors and facilitators, recommendations include: a. A PBBS is activity that can differ importantly depending on the available means (equipment, budget) and objectives. There is a need to adequately define its borders in every country before performing one. b. It was reminded that GBP was not a programme designed to finance for PBBS. Countries were encouraged to establish national strategy on this matter, and establish agreements with the maritime industry, through for example the port authorities (internalization of the environmental cost). Countries were also encouraged to seek agreements with universities for the realization of such studies. One delegate suggested a partnership between different countries in the region and international organizations to present a project in front of GEF. c. Countries that have not done it yet were suggested to form a working group within their NTF for the matter of PBBS in order to : (a) identify the high priorities sites in their countries (b) discuss the funding availability (c) identify the experts (d) determine the adequate modifications to the protocols. d. The CRIMP protocol is indeed an excellent basis, but needs to be adapted to suit the conditions of a country. It could for example be imagined to have a regional protocol. Improvements to the CRIMP protocol could include: (a) Phytoplankton: The methodology for phytoplankton and zooplankton described in CRIMP Protocols should be revised. The sample of organisms of the phytoplankton is not preserved and cultivate all collected species is impossible. If the sample is not preserved in formaline or lugol, the species cannot be identified by taxonomists specialized in microalgae. (b) Zooplankton: The dropnet recommended by CRIMP to sample zooplankton with vertical and horizontal trawling and the number of samples are confused and should be more detailed. Other types of nets should be recommended because a dropnet is not so easy to operate. Page 16 of 17

17 (c) Molecular Biology/Analysis should be included for identification of introduced species. In many cases to be sure about the identification, the use of molecular analysis is essential. It is cheaper, more rapid, and more reliable than the taxonomic conventional methods. (d) Piles scraping: NIWA has modified the squares to sample the piles. They added a plastic bag and another PVC frame below the square. CIOH has introduced a movement in this PVC frame and a lateral protection to avoid loss of organisms at the moment of scraping. The use of this bag causes two problems. One is the amount of water that we have to remove from the bag to handle the sample. It is very heavy because of the unnecessary amount of water that stays inside and when we remove the water, the organisms can escape. The other problem is that the bag is on the pile and the video cannot record the organisms attached on the pile because they are hidden by the plastic bag. To solve the first problem, it was suggested, to replace the plastic bag by a bag with a special net. The water would pass through the mesh and the organisms would be retained inside the bag. (e) It was proposed the use of Rose Bengal in the sample of benthic infauna to differentiate the organisms alive and dead at the moment of sampling. It is important to know the organisms alive currently. e. Communication amongst countries should be increased, and notably the detection of IAS. This could be done by the National Authorities or GBP focal points through RCO. f. Cooperation (and notably sharing of expertise, for example on taxonomy) should be developed amongst the countries for the realization of PBBS. The signature of agreements between the scientific leading agencies in each country was recommended. G. Annexes Annex I: Agenda Annex II: List of participants Annex III: Answers to pratical exercises Annex IV: Course evaluation summary Page 17 of 17

18 Annex A I - Agenda REPÚBLICA DE COLOMBIA DIRECCIÓN GENERAL MARÍTIMA PORT BIOLOGICAL BASELINE SURVEY TRAINING COURSE COLOMBIA, AUGUST 2009 During the last week of August, the Maritime Administration of Colombia DIMAR in collaboration with the Regional Activity Centre REMPEITC, and the Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur (CPPS), will facilitate the realization of a training course on Port Biological Baseline Survey (PBBS) in Cartagena, Colombia within the framework of the GloBallast Partnerships programme. This document is the final agenda suggestion for this workshop. It is proposed to use the training package developed by the New Zealand s National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA) that has already been successfully delivered in various regions of the world. This course includes both theory and practical training. The objectives for this workshop are the following: To provide training and capacity building on PBBS (theory and practical training) to Lead Partner Countries and Partner Countries of GloBallast Partnerships. To facilitate exchanges at a scientific level between the different stakeholders of the project in the Wider Caribbean and South Pacific + Argentina Regions. The course is normally realized in three days, and it will include 6 lectures, practical sessions and a field visit. The first two days of the workshop will consist of theory training and background presentations, including hands-on training with survey design. Participants will be given the chance to share their experience and explain activities undertaken for the GloBallast Partnerships programme in their countries. The third and last day will be dedicated to practical training. It will include demonstrations on sample collection and sorting. The course will cover all aspects of port surveys, from planning and funding to taxonomy, collection housing and final reporting. It will also give the participants an opportunity to initiate planning for a port survey in their homeport. Page i

19 MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA NACIONAL DIRECCIÓN GENERAL MARÍTIMA AGENDA TRAINING COURSE ON PORT BIOLOGICAL BASELINE SURVEYS AUGUST 2009 Tuesday 25 th August HORA ACTIVITY SPEAKER 08:00 Registration 08:30 I. National Anthem of Colombia II. Openings from the Direccion General Maritima Capitán de Navío ESTEBAN URIBE ALZATE Director of the Centro De Investigaciones Oceanográficas E Hidrográficas CIOH III. Opening words GAETAN COATANROCH Representative of the Regional Activity Centre / Regional Marine Pollution, Emergency, Information and Training Centre for the Wider Caribbean Region REMPEITC IV. Opening words Doctor FERNANDO FELIX Representative of the Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur CPPS V. Anthem of the National Army. VI. End of the ceremony 09:00 Course introduction Capitán de Fragata SILVIA RONDON Coordinador Nacional Proyecto Asociaciones GloBallast DIMAR 09:30 Group photography DIMAR 09:45 Coffee break DIMAR Page ii

20 10:00 General course instructions Capitán de Fragata SILVIA RONDON Coordinador Nacional Proyecto Asociaciones GloBallast DIMAR 10:10 Status of the GloBallast Partnerships Project in the Wider Caribbean Region 10:25 Status of the GloBallast Partnerships Project in the South East Pacific + Argentina Region 10:40 Port biological baseline surveys in Colombia and status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in the Port of Cartagena 11:00 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Venezuela 11:10 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Panama 11:20 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Chile 11:30 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Trinidad & Tobago 11:40 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Argentina 11:50 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Jamaica 12:00 Status of invasion from non-indigenous marine species in Peru GAETAN COATANROCH Representative of the Regional Activity Centre / Regional Marine Pollution, Emergency, Information and Training Centre for the Wider Caribbean Region REMPEITC Dr. FERNANDO FELIX Representative of the Comisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur CPPS Dr. MARYLUZ CAÑON Dirección General Marítima DIMAR Colombia YOANA UGARTE Instituto Nacional de los Espacios Acuáticos Venezuela JOSE PONCE SANTAMARIA Autoridad de los Recursos Acuáticos Panama CAROLA MATURANA AGUIRRE Dirección General del Territorio Marítimo y de Marina Mercante Chile ROSEMARIE KISHORE Institute of Marine Affairs Trinidad & Tobago MARIANA INES ABELANDO Prefectura Naval Argentina CHALENE KATHRENE ROYE National Environment and Planning Agency Jamaica RITA OROZCO Instituto del Mar del Perú Perú Page iii

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