1st – 6th July 2019
Mauritius

Coastal and marine technologies supporting management

  1. Andrialovanirina, N.; L. Marc; P. Dominique; B. Faustinato; M. Angelot. Automatic measurements of fish length in small-scale fisheries using image analyses.
  2. Arabi, S.; S. Taljaard; S. Weerts. An Environmental Information System for Ports: Disseminating marine science to managers
  3. Beasley, V.;Grant, A.;Pierre, N.;Mason-Parker, C.; Determining the Effectiveness of Curieuse Marine National Park, Seychelles, in Safeguarding Target Species using BRUVS
  4. Bonhommeau, S.; P. Gogendeau; S. Bernard; V. Kerzerho; L. de Knyff; J. Chanut; A. Nieblas; J. Bourjea; S. Ciccione; M. Dalleau. A new tracking technology based on the Internet of Things for the identification of sea turtle habitats.
  5. Button, R.; V. Colette; S. Kerwath; D. Parker. Remotely Operated Vehicle exploring ichthyofauna association with habitat from shore-shelf, in an endemism hotspot in South Africa.
  6. Christian, R. Survey of the Croisance of Fish Oreochromis Niloticus In Green Water In The Region Boeny, District Mahajanga Madagascar.
  7. Claassens, L.; J. Wasserman; T. Riddin; J. Adams. Roving around: Using a remotely operated vehicle to map subtidal estuarine habitats.
  8. d’Hotman, J.; T. Morris; M. Krug; J. Hermes. Future technologies for observing the ocean – from the surf zone to the deep ocean.
  9. Ducarme, Frédéric. Inventorying Indian Ocean reef biodiversity in the XXIth century: new challenges and opportunities
  10. Hart-Davis, M.; B. Backeberg; M. Bakhoday-Paskyabi; J. Hermes. LOST: A Particle Trajectory Model for Search and Rescue in the Greater Agulhas System.
  11. Hofmeyr, S.; S. Porter; M. Schleyer; D. Pearton. Comparing Reef Monitoring Methods for Subtropical Coral Reefs in South Africa.
  12. Kihia, C.; A. Muthumbi; J. Munguti; B. Muli. The search for an appropriate alternative marine fishing bait and mariculture feed; preliminary results on the culture of the Eunicid polychaete.
  13. Mabjaia, V.; F. Nehama; E. Ash. Wave climatology for the western Mozambique Channel.
  14. Machaieie, S.; I. da Silva; B. Nassongole; P. Marques; A. Cululo. When a Fishermen Becomes a Scientist: Smartphones to Monitor Fisheries.
  15. Madasa, A. Monitoring the impact of Deforestation on an aquatic ecosystem using remote sensing: Case study of the Mngazana Mangrove Forest in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa.
  16. Maduray, S.; E. Senkondo; M. Semba; J. Mang’ena; F. Malesa; C. Chioze; S. Said; F. Manyenze; R. Cedras; K. Pillay. Microplankton composition off the coasts of Tanzania and Comoros Island.
  17. Manyilizu, M.; P. Sagero; I. Halo; S. Mahongo. Inter-annual Relationship of SST and Upper-Ocean Circulation between Northern Tanzania and Northern Kenya Bank.
  18. Mason-Parker, C.; V. Beasley; A. Grant; N. Pierre. Determining the Effectiveness of Curieuse Marine National Park, Seychelles, in Safeguarding Target Species using BRUVS.
  19. Mathai, D.; H. Ong’anda; E. Kimani. Benefits of Remote Sensing in Science and Management -– Case Study of Eddies and Productivity of Kenyan Coast.
  20. Dyantyi, B, S.; Pattrick, P.; McQuaid1, D,C.; Porri, F.; Mesoscale Alongshore and Cross-shore Transport and Settlement of Invertebrate Larvae on the South East Coast of South Africa
  21. Monja, M.; J. Tsarahevitra; C. Rakotomahazo. Socio-economic assessment of the ecosystem services offered by the mangrove in the Bay of assassins, south-west of Madagascar.
  22. Mussa, J.; R. Rocha; A. Rodrigues; A. Soares; A. Costa; D. Silva. Optimization of coral aquaculture (Scleractinea and Alcyanacea) Montipora digitata and Sinularia flexibilis: for reef restoration proposal.
  23. Musyoka, E.; L. Mwasi; S. Ndegwa; C. Magak; J. Omukoto; G. Okemwa; E. Kimakwa; L. Kapombe; S. Bandari. Improving Artisanal Fishery Data Collection and Reporting in Kenya: Experiences and Lessons from Pilot electronic Data Collection.
  24. Muzamwese, B.; N. Gwazani. Application of Sentinel Platforms in assessing chlorophyll-a distribution in Algoa Bay.
  25. Nazurally, N.; A. Blaison; S. Facknath; L. Bhanooduth. Shark and Aquaculture Interaction: Misunderstandings and Human Apprehensions.
  26. Ndarathi, J.; V. Byfield; S. Mtalii. Adopting Sentinel-2 for Baseline Mapping of Seagrass Meadows in Watamu-Malindi Marine Reserve Kenya (Ongoing Study).
  27. Nieblas, A.; J. Ancelin; W. Heintz; J. Barde; J. Chanut; P. Gogendeau; S. Bonhommeau. Low-cost, high precision GPS to measure sea level height.
  28. Olu, K. ; M. Boulard ; L. Corbari ; M. Hanafi-Portier ; S. Jorry ; G., Jouet ; L. Keszler ; E. Miramontes ; S. Samadi ; J. Tourolle. Multiscale variability of seamount megafauna in the Mozambique Channel, potential oceanographic and geological drivers
  29. Palmer, R.; K. Sink; M. Franken. The Application of a Remotely Operated Vehicle in Ecosystem Classification to support Marine Spatial Planning and MPA Expansion.
  30. Pålsson, J.; D. Hume; A. Mas. Symphony – A way to assess cumulative environmental impact for Marine Spatial Planning in the Indian Ocean.
  31. Peter, H.; I. Sailale; M. Chande; R. Kayanda; S. Mahongo; M. Igulu; B. Kuguru. Artisanal catch rates of Kawakawa tuna in relation to satellite derived environmental parameters in Pemba channel.
  32. Pillay, K.; E. Senkondo; M. Semba; J. Mang’ena; F. Malesa; C. Chioze; S. Said; F. Manyenze; R. Cedras; S. Maduray; K. Hlati; M. Worship. A first attempt at flow cytometry off the coasts of Tanzania and Comoros Island.
  33. Ramalepe, K.; F. MacKay. Habitat classification scheme for unconsolidated sediments: an integrated method for the north east shelf of South Africa.
  34. Randrianandrasana, J.; F. Behivoke; A. Razakandrainy; G. Todinanahary. Towards sustainable octopus and sea cucumber fishing: use of half-sphere artificial reefs for habitat restoration.
  35. Reuter, H.; A. Kubicek; G. Zachmann. Science and Virtual Reality – Combining a scientific coral reef model with an awareness rising 3-D underwater world.
  36. Runya, R.; C. McGonigle; R. Quinn. Multi-frequency MBES backscatter data analysis for benthic habitat mapping.
  37. Snyders, L.; Z. Filander; T. Haupt; T . Samaai. The Ski Monkey: a platform used by the Department of Environmental Affairs to advance offshore benthic research in the Western Indian Ocean.
  38. Veriua, Z.; F. Nehama; C. Maueua; A. Hibbert. Validation of satellite-derived sea level data against tide gauge data from the Mozambique coast.
  39. Yussuf, Y.; S. Yahya. Setting baselines for large scale hatchery production of high value tropical sea cucumber Holothuria scabra (Jaeger 1833) in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
  40. Zia, F.; J. Bemiasa; E. Rakotojaonasy; A. Soambola. Use of satellite images for the surveillance of ICAM: case of sea surface temperature (SST) MODIS of Antsiranana bay (North Madagascar).