Re: Reefs?

Hugh Valentine <N4RJ@...>

Water can simply rise, or the constant wave action with little substrate will wash it away…






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From: Skip
Sent: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 3:55 PM
To: ARRL-Awards@...
Subject: Re: [ARRL-Awards] Reefs?


I wasn't asking if it should or should not have been allowed ... I just wondered if it was now submerged below low tide or not.  From the photo I have, if it is underwater at low tide now, the sea level has risen way more than the data that have been recently published.


Fred ["Skip"] K6DGW
Sparks NV DM09dn
Washoe County

On 9/23/2020 11:37 AM, W0MU wrote:

It Should never have been allowed.  There needs to be a land mass area criteria added.  BS7 was all BS politics.


On 9/23/2020 12:01 PM, Skip wrote:

Does anyone actually know that the rock that held the scaffold in the photo I have of W6RGG working the world at BS7H ["Rock #3?"] is *really* underwater now?  It looks like it's maybe a meter above the water in the photo.  Tides aren't large in the S. China Sea and I didn't think the MSL rise since then has been that much.  I tried Google Earth but there are so many reefs and very shallow spots in that region, I couldn't tell, and of course GE may be an old photo.  Just curious.


Fred ["Skip"] K6DGW
Sparks NV DM09dn
Washoe County

On 9/22/2020 5:03 PM, Tony KX1G wrote:

My concern with BS7 is the possibility it may never be on their air again if it remains underwater. 

Guess I will have to wait and see.

Makes me wonder if I can will my contacts to a relative who can work bs7 and add it to my total posthumously. 

tony kx1g




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