A shared territory

The BIO-PLATEAUX project is co-financed by the European Union through the Interreg Amazon Cooperation Program. It aims at developing the sharing of data, information and experiences on water and biodiversity in aquatic environments between French Guiana, Brazil and Suriname, particularly in the two transboundary basins of the Oiapoque and Maroni rivers.


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Flood prevention in the transboundary Maroni river basin: installation of the first Suriname-France shared station on the Tapanahony

pose station Tapanahony octobre 2021

In direct application of the technical partnership framework agreement for the hydrological monitoring of the Maroni River, signed by Mr. Lecornu, Minister of French Overseas Territories and Mr. Nurmohamed, Minister of Public Works of Suriname on September 7, 2021, a first joint hydrometric station was installed on October 19 and 20, 2021 on the Tapanahony River, Surinamese tributary of the Maroni.