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August 24th, 2015

[Video] Final summary: ’Tuit-tuit’

Five years after the first steps of the Life+ Cap DOM programme for the conservation of the…
August 21st, 2015

[Video] LIFE + CAP DOM balance sheet for the Reunion National Park

After five years of the program, Marc Salamolard , Wildlife Project Manager for the LIFE + CAP…
August 18th, 2015

[Video] The Regional Park of Martinique in the LIFE + CAP DOM

Present at the final seminar, Thomas Alexandrine agent Regional Park of Martinique returns to…

Perceptions and practices in the coastal savannahs

Launched in mid-2012, an anthropological study led by Marianne Palisse, a lecturer at the Université Antilles-Guyane, has, at the start of the year, just been completed. Understanding the life-styles and customs linked to this distinctive habitat is a fundamental first step in integrating local realities, needs and constraints going further developing the necessary methods of management.

GEPOG hopes to investigate the subject more deeply this year, although the methodology is still under consideration. Watch this space!

The final report is available on-line at GEPOG’s website->http://www.gepog.org/sites/default/files/fichiers/act_sci/life/MPalisse_Rapport_Savanes.pdf]

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Anna Stier
Team Leader
Life+ CAP DOM

Keywords : French Guiana, French Guiana savannas, Bearded tachuri

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