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EAFIT contributes to a diagnosis to decontaminate the Cartagena Bay
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EAFIT contributes to a diagnosis to decontaminate the Cartagena Bay

​Biologists and consultants of the project, Environmental Public Establishment of Cartagena, CARDIQUE and IDRC leaders as well as representatives of the public, academic, tourist, industrial, commercial, community and NGO sectors participated in the socialization of Basic Cartagena. Photo: Róbinson Henao.

• Sediment levels from the Dique Canal (Colombian Caribbean) will rise between 164 and 260 percent by 2020, thus increasing water pollution and affecting the bay.
• That is one of the results of the Basic Cartagena research project, which is directed by Juan Darío Restrepo Ángel along with the cooperation of  The International Development Research Centre (IDRC), The Regional Autonomous Dique Canal Corporation (CARDIQUE, by its acronym is Spanish), the Hernán Echavarría Olózaga Foundation, Universidad de Cartagena and Universidad de Los Andes.

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