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

Progress of negotiations for delimitation of the border between France and Suriname

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On Monday 1st February 2021, French Ambassador Antoine Joly and Surinamese Ambassador John Harold Kolader concluded a document on which they agree on the delimitation of the common border formed by the Maroni and Lawa rivers. This agreement should now be signed by both governments before its final ratification by respective parliaments.

Hydrological situation bulletin in French Guiana in the 3rd trimester 2020

Bulletin de situation hydrologique en Guyane au 3ème trimestre 2020

After a dry year in 2019 and a very dry first quarter of 2020, the hydrological situation in French Guiana moved closer to seasonal values in the second and third quarter of 2020.

This report presents the hydro-meteorological situation of the third quarter as well as rainfall and hydrology analyses.