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Project Baseline Halkett Bay: is tracking changes on one of British Columbia’s newest artificial reefs, the HMCS Annapolis by establishing two long-term monitoring Stations on and near the shipwreck. The Stations are constructed of a PVC pipe float, a placard, and a Secchi disk. Project Baseline volunteers continue to work on a collaboration with the Vancouver Aquarium and the Artificial Reef Society of British Columbia on the Annapolis Biodiversity Index Study (ABIS). Since the HMCS Annapolis’ sinking a little more than a year and a half ago, 70+ species have been recorded as the ABIS study tracks species recruitment on the wreck. PB: Halkett Bay volunteers are proud of their accomplishments thus far and look forward to a bright and productive Project in the future!