Edouard Ito WAIA

Edouard Ito WAIA

Artiste Membre du collectif Bwé-Dï, Nengone, Maré, New Caledonia. Vice-Président de la Zone Costière Ouest (ZCO) de 2008 à 2019, pour le Récif classé au patrimoine mondial. Membre des gardiens de la terre mère Nature, qui rassemble des membres des…

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Dr Lara AINLEY

Dr Lara AINLEY

Ministry of Marine Ressources, Cook Islands Dr Lara Ainley is a marine scientist with interests in applied science, marine resources, management and conservation. After completing a PhD in Marine Ecology in (Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia), Lara began working as Senior…

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Ateliana MAUGATEAU

Ateliana MAUGATEAU

Environmental service of Wallis and Futuna Deputy Head of the Environment Department for less than a year, I have been involved in all areas of the Environment, particularly in Wallis and Futuna. I coordinate the actions of the Biodiversity and…

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Raimana DOUCET

Raimana DOUCET

Direction de l’environnement, French Polynesia Hi, I’m Raimana, 28 years old and working for the authority of environment of French Polynesia. I studied coastal and sea management in Montpellier, France. I’ve been working for the AE of French Polynesia since…

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Siola’a MALIMALI

Siola’a MALIMALI

Ministry of Fisheries, Tonga Siolaa Malimali is a Fisheries Scientist at the Tonga Ministry of Fisheries, where he leads and coordinates the science activities within the Ministry of Fisheries in Tonga. After more than 20 years working at various at…

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Pr Noriyuki SATOH

Pr Noriyuki SATOH

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology University, Japan PhD, Tokyo University in 1974. Prof. Emeritus of Kyoto University in 2009, Prof. of Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate School since 2019. Started coral genome scientific research around 2010. Okinawa…

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Hudson FEREMAITO

Hudson FEREMAITO

Vanuatu Fisheries Department, PMB 9045, Port Vila, Vanuatu Coral reefs are the biggest and most spectacular structures made by living organisms. Although they look permanent and indestructible, what we see is the only a thin veneer of living organisms. Vanuatu’s…

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Seascape genomics as a new tool to empower coral reef conservation strategies: An example on north‐western Pacific Acropora digitifera

Seascape genomics as a new tool to empower coral reef conservation strategies: An example on north‐western Pacific Acropora digitifera

Oliver Selmoni, Estelle Rochat, Gael Lecellier, Veronique Berteaux‐Lecellier, Stéphane Joost First published:07 March 2020  https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.12944 Abstract Coral reefs are suffering a major decline due to the environmental constraints imposed by climate change. Over the last 20 years, three major coral bleaching…

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Dr. Antoine COLLIN

Dr. Antoine COLLIN

Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Dinard, France Antoine COLLIN is a coastal geospatial ecologist motivated by defining and modelling interactions between ecosystems with their environment. He has more than ten-year-old experience in the ecological spatial patterns and processes of the…

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