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Marcos Pereira (PhD)

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Marine Biologist, General Director, Centro Terra Viva – Estudos e Advocacia
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Marine Biologist with a wide range of interests and experience, which includes MPAs management and governance, marine recreational activities and their management (fishing, diving), marine turtle conservation, coral and reef fish monitoring and research.

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Chiranjiwa Naidoo Paupiah (Mr.)

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Divisional Scientific Officer, Albion Fisheries Research Center
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Heliari Vonjy Rakotondramano

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Ministry of Mines and Petroleum/HydroGeophysics- Geomatics
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Tariro Davison Saruchera

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IUCN, ESARO Regional Water Programme
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He is the IUCN Regional Technical Coordinator (Interim). His roles include: Programme development, resource mobilisation, strategic planning and project implementation

 

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Joseph M. Maina (PhD)

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Senior Lecturer in Spatial Information Science, Department of Environmental Sciences

I am a spatial scientist with interests in a wide range of environmental and ecological questions, and have predominantly focused on coastal and marine environment. My ultimate goals are to understand and predict the impacts of environmental variability and change on marine and coastal social-ecological systems at local and global scales in-order to support local adaptation planning and management.

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Mwakio P. Tole (PhD)

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Professor of Environmental Geochemistry in the Department of Environmental Sciences, Pwani University

Professor of Environmental Geochemistry and administrator. He has conducted and published research on pollution of water (rivers, streams, lakes, dams, groundwater, ocean), soils and air, as well as on environmental impacts of geothermal energy resources.

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Sebastiani Keino Ambinintsoa Roby (PhD)

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Expert hydrologist and Environmentalist. He is responsible for hydrogeological surveys, i.e in other words groundwater and aquifer characterization, in-situ physico-chemical analysis, hydrogeophysical surveys and environmental impact studies.
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He is an expert hydrologist and Environmentalist.

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Richard Kimwaga (PhD)

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Senior Lecturer at the College of Engineering and Technology - Water Resources Engineering Department, University of Dar es Salaam

Dr. Richard Joseph Kimwaga (PhD), holds Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, M.Sc. Water Resources Engineering, M.Sc. Environmental System Analysis and PhD in Environmental Engineering. He has attended a number of professional and short courses trainings on various issues related to water resources management, sanitation management and hygiene promotion. Currently, Dr.

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Ruby Moothien Pillay (PhD)

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Director, Mauritius Oceanography Institute

My marine research career started in the early 1990s at the Ministry of Fisheries. In 2001, I joined the Mauritius Oceanography Institute where I am currently the Director. My pre and post doctoral experience stem from participation in several local, regional and international projects in coral taxonomy, coral reef ecology, phylogenetics, phylogeography and population genetics.

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Mauritius Oceanography Institute (MOI)

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The Mauritius Oceanography Institute (MOI), was established in January 2000 by the proclamation of the MOI Act (Act No. 24 of 1999). The need to rationalise and co-ordinate research and development activities related to Oceanography was the motive for the setting up of the MOI.

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