This report is intended to be an educational summary of various products and services to raise awareness of alternative antifouling strategies and to help boat owners learn about options.
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*This publication was supported in part by the California Department of Boating and Waterways Project No. 04-106-111 and No. 05-106-116, National Sea Grant College Program of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under NOAA Grant #NA04OAR4170038, Project number A/E-1 through the California Sea Grant College Program, and in part by the California State Resources Agency, the University of California Sea Grant Extension Program, Regents of University of California, the University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources and Cooperative Extension, and the County of San Diego.
*This publication is an update of the Sampler table from the 2004 technical report, Staying Afloat with Nontoxic Antifouling Strategies for Boats
California Sea Grant College Program Publication Number T-054 © Regents of the University of California, November 2004
Authors: Leigh Johnson, Marine Advisor and Jamie Gonzalez, Program Representative, University of California Cooperative Extension – Sea Grant Extension Program, San Diego, CA
*Copies of this publication are available from: Leigh Johnson, Marine Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension – Sea Grant Extension Program; County of San Diego MS O-18; 5555 Overland Avenue, Suite 4101; San Diego, CA 92123 (858) 694-2845 http://seagrant.ucdavis.edu Also available from: California Sea Grant College Program, University of California, 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA 92093-0232 (858) 534-4446