Rémy Simide

Leader, Marine coastal nature-based solutions
Leader, Evaluation of long-term benefits of nature-based solutions to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
Rémy is a researcher in marine biology. His research interests are coastal marine ecology, marine biodiversity, nature-based solution, ecological restoration, innovative and sustainable aquaculture.
Within the project, Rémy is providing missing information for the implementation of effective nature-based solutions within marine coastal context. He is also promoting long-term and cost-effective solutions supported or inspired by nature to cope with climate change on marine coastal ecosystems.
His vision for MaCoBioS is to help integrate more nature into solutions to build a resilient future.
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Sylvain Couvray

Biologist diver
Sylvain is a biologist. His research interests are ecosystem ecology, ecological restoration of marine biodiversity and ecosystems, resource management and marine biodiversity.
Within the project, he will take part to the evaluation of biodiversity on seagrass beds, ecosystem ecology, ecological restoration of marine biodiversity and ecosystems
He sees the project as an opportunity to improve knowledge and management of marine ecosystems.
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Clément Madelaine

Scientific diver

Clément is an Engineer in Marine Biology at IOPR. His research interests include biology ecology of marine fauna, monitoring, restoration, fish/post larvae, and seagrass

Within the project, Clément will gather data to understand and improve our knowledge on marine ecosystems. 

Aurélie Vion

Scientific diver
Since graduating from IntechMer (the National Institute for Marine Science and Technology) in 2008, she has worked on various research topics including marine ecotoxicology, the classification of benthic organisms in deep environments, inventories of fauna associated with multiple habitats, and post-larvae monitoring in ports and natural environments. She has focused on environmental protection, presentation and remediation, research, and raising awareness about the marine environment.
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