It was mid-tide when I looked and oil impact remains at Changi Creek near the Changi Point Ferry Terminal. A 50cm-wide oil stain remains along the Changi Creek seawall. The abandoned oil boom is still on the high shore.
|Photo by Chia JieLin.|
The next day, another group of R.U.M. volunteers surveyed the RUM Site 1 for oil impact. They did not find any obvious signs of oil, and removed trash found on the shore. Thanks to Liz Lim for this report and photos of their survey.
Posts about the Johor Strait oil spill in Jan 2017
- Oil spill at East Johor Strait: YOUR sightings part 2
- Changi Creek
- Changi Creek mangroves
- Changi Beach at Carpark 1 and 2
- Changi seagrass meadows near Changi Point Ferry Terminal
- How are Pasir Ris mangroves and seagrass meadows after the oil spill?
- Are we helping or harming when we 'clean' oiled mangroves?
- Oil spill at East Johor Strait: YOUR sightings
- Key happenings: Oil spill at East Johor Strait, Jan 2017
- Survey of oil spill spill impact on Ubin and mainland Singapore, 5 Jan 2017
- Oil spill near Pulau Ubin, 4 Jan 2017