10th – 15th October 2022
South Africa

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Innovative methodologies/techniques for research

THEME XXV: Innovative methodologies/techniques for research

  1. Randrianambinintsoa, J.; Durand, J.; Jaonalison, H.; Ranivoarivelo, N.; Ponton, D. –  Conception of an electronic identification key for juvenile and adult stages of some bony fishes families from southwestern Madagascar
  2. Bach, P.; Rabearisoa, N.; Guinet, C. –  Development story of an innovative device to mitigate depredation
  3. Mwaura, J.; Murae, D.; Karisa, J. –  Artificial reef structures as a potential tool for enhancing locally-managed inshore reefs: a case study from Wasini Island, Kenya
  4. Roberts, P. –  Project Badweyn: Mapping Somali coastal resources for a sustainable and peaceful future
  5. Morand, G.; Barde, J. –  GeoEnrich: a new tool for scientists to painlessly enrich their species occurrence data with environmental variables
  6. Daudon, J.; Contini, M.; Bonhommeau, S.; Barde, J.; Chevrier, T.; Joly, A. –  Marine ecosystem monitoring: a new deep learning application for reef mapping based on a citizen science framework
  7. Randrianandrasana, J.; Hartmann, A.; Falinirina, A.; Ranaivomanana, S.; Volanandiana, A.; Gibbons, E.; Todinanahary , G. –  Limestone Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures (ARMS): A preliminary study of a new low-cost tool to restore coral reef biodiversity in Madagascar
  8. Rindra, R.; Dannick, R.; Judicael, R. –  Adoption of Smartmobile to improve the implementation of community patrol in the mangroves in Madagascar using LEM – SMART: case of the Kivalo village
  9. Boodraj, P.; Glassom, D. –  The effectiveness of the ‘Flexi-chamber’ and 3D photogrammetry to measure physiology of coral fragments in the field
  10. Ancic, I.; Licardo, G. –  Influencing the environment through gear box reduction ratio selection