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French researchers from IFREMER, CNRS and IRD are coming together to present OneOceanScience

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Mamy Nirina RAJAONARIVELO

Supporting fisheries in a changing climate

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National Center for Oceanographic research

The main characteristic of this immense feature of our planet is its continuity. We talk about « the ocean » and not « the oceans. »

Impacts of climate change on biodiversity in the Arctic
Philippe Archambault

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Mamy Nirina RAJAONARIVELO

Mamy Nirina RAJAONARIVELO

Director of the CNRO and lecturer at the Faculty of Mahajanga, I have worked as a researcher and teacher for 37 years. As a specialist in marine chemistry, I represent Madagascar as a liaison officer with IAEA in the field of ocean acidification. In the field of aquaculture, I have worked on rearing shrimps with the support of the World Bank. Currently, I am working with LMI Mikaroka and the corecrabe project (IRD).

About CNRO

CNRO is working ocean acidification, marine pollution, marine aquaculture, environmental monitoring, food poisoning, sustainable development and protected mangrove area.
CNRO supports national policy on scientific and technological research in the oceanographic field, ​and contributes to the conservation, protection, management and enhancement of marine and coastal resources.