Over 48 days, data collectors in Sainte Luce and Elodrato have recorded 233 individual elasmobranchs landed - 140 sharks and 93 rays! This work funded by the Darwin Initiative is an important part of understanding the importance of the shark and ray fishery to local communities. But what does this have to do with SEED's crops and Sakondry work? Find out in this blog post.
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Empowering women in community-based fisheries management in Madagascar
Observation of the natural re-colonisation of a littoral forest fragment by the Endangered red-collared brown lemur (Eulemur collaris) in southeast Madagascar
Morphological and ecological convergence at the lower size limit for vertebrates highlighted by 5 new miniaturised microhylid frog species from three different Madagascan genera
Long-term monitoring of nocturnal lemur populations in the littoral forests of Sainte Luce
Critical analysis of the governance of the Sainte Luce Locally Managed Marine Area (LMMA), southeast Madagascar
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This week, Rebecca takes a look at solar energy, renewables, and how moving to solar power could make a huge difference to SEED's impact, efficiency and carbon footprint!
With a little help from drones, SEED are gaining a fresh and novel perspective on the status of mahampy wetlands around Sainte Luce. In this blog we discuss how using a bird's-eye view can support monitoring of landscape-scale changes in the region.