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Consequences of fluvial maintenance operations on the biodiversity and landscape in the Mareau-aux-Prés islands (National Reserve of Saint-Mesmin, Loire River, France)

Abstract : This sandy-gravelly bar is an ideal field support for studying long-term ecological issues. A multidisciplinary research programme (‘BioMareau’ project) is currently being conducted from 2012 to 2019, focusing on interactions and feedbacks between biotic and abiotic components and, since 2017, on landscape evolution and perception. The project involves researchers and local stakeholders (national reserve, environmental group), in interaction with institutional actors.
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Marc Villar, Sylvie Augustin, Michel Chantereau, Marie Baltzinger, Jean Menanteau, et al.. Consequences of fluvial maintenance operations on the biodiversity and landscape in the Mareau-aux-Prés islands (National Reserve of Saint-Mesmin, Loire River, France). Second Garden Route Interface Meeting, Science and management co-learning to navigate social-ecological issues, Oct 2018, Sedgefield, South Africa. 2018. ⟨hal-02736174⟩

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