La Réserve naturelle de Saint-Martin est une aire marine protégée de 30km2 située au nord-est de l’île de Saint-Martin. Créé en 1998, cet espace préserve les cinq principaux écosystèmes de l’île : récifs coralliens, mangroves, herbiers de phanérogames, étangs et forêt sèche littorale. La Réserve gère également les 14 étangs du Conservatoire du littoral et ses 11 km de rivages terrestres naturels.

Double Presentation By the Réserve In the Senate

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Nicolas Maslach à la tribune, au Sénat Renforcer
Nicolas Maslach à la tribune, au Sénat Renforcer

Invited to the Senate by senator Michel Magras, president of the overseas commission, and by the French Agency for Biodiversity, Nicolas Maslach actively participated in a symposium on June 6, 2019, on the biodiversity of the Atlantic basin, which was also attended by Annick Girardin, French Overseas Minister. This symposium was part of a cycle on overseas biodiversity, intended to make politicians aware of the assets and weaknesses of the natural heritage in these far-off islands, as well as the stakes, challenges, and perspectives to be considered. The director of the Réserve Naturelle spoke on two subjects, each illustrated by a video. The first was a look at BioHab2, the artificial habitat submerged in the waters of the Réserve and constituted of post-Irma debris, decontaminated if necessary and recycled. Today, these innovative structures allow fish and crustaceans to take refuge and improve their conditions for survival. The second presentation by Nicolas Maslach addressed the Caribbean Institute for Insular Biodiversity. The video for this presentation can be found online:

http://videos.senat.fr/video.1187574_5cf6f0bad3618.biodiversites-du-bassin-atlantique?timecode=15363000

Nicolas Maslach speaking at the Senate
Nicolas Maslach speaking at the Senate

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Reinforcing local and regional commitment to the Réserve

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