Ivana Kenny studied Zoology at the University of the West Indies continued with a MPhil in Scleractinian Coral disease and since then has been studying coral disease and reef organisms. She has undertaken marine assessments and benthic relocations for an assortment of environmental companies like Maritime and Transport Services (MTS) including that of the Falmouth Cruise Ship Terminal, which involved potentially the largest relocation globally to date.
Articles By Ivana Kenny
Coral Relocation: A Mitigation Tool for Dredging and Reclamation Works at the Cruise Ship Terminal in Jamaica
To realise a state-of-the-art cruise terminal, a comprehensive environmental mitigation plan relocated some 150,000 soft and hard coral, sponges and numerous sea urchins, sea cucumbers, hermit crabs, conchs, sea stars and lobsters.