Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita), often referred to as moon jellies, are very simple animals found in the phylum Cnidaria. We do not see them that frequently in BMK although you may see them at beaches in all oceans of the world except the artic. Moon Jellyfish are part of a natural balance in our ecosystem.
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BMK CSD has been advised by Marin Vector Control that tests have found excessive numbers of mosquitos in the Pacheco Pond and Hamilton Areas. This situation is requiring the use of helicopters to spray the areas on 6/16/23, which will occur on Friday Morning between 8 AM and 12 PM.
The Bel Marin Keys CSD is looking for certified divers living in Bel Marin Keys that are available for contract work.
Please contact Michael Gadoua, District Manager, or 415-883-4222
“[I]t is imperative that sea level rise preparation planning and implementation is strongly supported and undertaken promptly and continuously in the coming decades to ensure the County and its residents are prepared for and safe from sea level rise.”
Useful information provided by Marin County and recommended by the BMKCSD BOD.
The District has been working update the current systems at West Dolphin Lagoon, Sunset Lagoon and Paddle Boat Lagoon. The objective of a diffused aeration system to cause vertical lift of the water, which moves bottom water that is low in dissolved oxygen (DO) to the surface interface where gas exchange occurs, and improving the water quality of the lagoon. diffuser placement