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 - August 2020
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Marine biodiversity issues at stake With 11 million square kilometres of territorial waters, France has the second largest maritime area in the world, spread over four different oceans: the Atlantic, Pacific, Southern, and Indian oceans. 97% of these waters are associated with overseas territories, half of which is in French Polynesia. There is...
Monday9 April2012
By Marion Brichet (Agence des Aires Marines Protégées)

Seabird guano has long been used as an agricultural fertiliser, probably since pre-Columbian days. This fertiliser, containing all sorts of organic materials, among which animal bones, was very widely used until an English geologist discovered in the 1850s that it was also possible to use mineral phosphates. This discovery led to...
Monday9 April2012
By Texte de Pierre Rostan Bureau d’études géologiques IDM - Thethys

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For a long while the oil* buried deep beneath the ocean bed seemed to be impossible to exploit for two main reasons: firstly because existing technologies did not make it possible to drill 3,000 metres beneath sea level, and secondly because it was difficult to see how these deposits could...
Monday9 April2012
By Hadrien Le Texier & Manuel Parizot

Baikonur. 21st century. 7.30am. Daybreak was well over an hour ago, though the sun is as red as at sunset. Together with his fellow Europeans, Rémy, a Frenchman, is getting ready to leave their hotel, the Sputnik. The Gazelle, a heavily laden little truck that will take them to work,...
Monday9 April2012
Perhaps you have already noticed the colourful mobiles levitating above Rorota. But who are the people who, come the weekend, enjoy the beach 300 metres up in the air? A paraglider flight starts in the office. Every pilot has their own set of signals. If the neighbour's mango tree waves gently...
Monday9 April2012
By Jonas Kill-Nielsen

11 kilometres north-west of Cayenne, a light suspended between the water and the sky sweeps its beam across the ocean. This is the Enfant Perdu lighthouse. Seen from the continent, the arch holding up the jetty gives the islet an intriguing silhouette. This arch was built to support a long...
Monday9 April2012
By philb