BIO-PLATEAUX

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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Events

Conferences, working groups, trainings...

The events follow the progress of the different projects; do not hesitate to join us during one of our conferences to learn more! All conferences are listed on this site.
08/02/2021 11:30 -03:00 ° Online
14/01/2021 10:00 -03:00 ° Cayenne- Macapa- Paramaribo- Nice
11/01/2021 13:00 -03:00 ° Online

Observation of Surinamese hydrological stations- Maroni Basin

Field mission from November 23 to 27, 2020

Since BIO-PLATEAUX Conference of November 2019, the various exchanges between Surinamese and French stakeholders has shown the need to improve knowledge with the installation and rehabilitation of hydrology stations emerged priority for issues of quantity risk management (floods/droughts) and securization of drinking water supply.

 

Technical Committee n°9 - Oyapock Basin

Objectives :

  • Follow-up of the progressive consolidation of the future BIO-PLATEAUX Observatory: methodology of the planning for Data Management, identification of the studies to be carried out in the Oyapock basin
  • Presentation of awareness-raising activities and participatory science
  • Improvement of hydrological monitoring in the Oyapock River Basin


Participants :

OiEau, OEG, Amapa Agency