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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo NewfoundlandPreparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo NewfoundlandPreparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting

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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo NewfoundlandPreparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting

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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo NewfoundlandPreparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting and emptying sea cucumber caught by trawlers 3 Holy Pierrais a chain factory in Fogo Island Co-op on the island of the same name, north-east of Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Preparation of sea cucumbers factory Fogo Newfoundland ; Cutting

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Processing plant sea cucumber Fogo island Newfoundland  ; The processing plant crab and sea cucumber installed in Bay Town of Fogo.Processing plant sea cucumber Fogo island Newfoundland Processing plant sea cucumber Fogo island Newfoundland ; The processing plant crab and sea cucumber installed in Bay Town of Fogo.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Processing plant sea cucumber Fogo island Newfoundland ; The

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Fishing port of Saint-Pierre Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; once popular but now almost deserted.Fishing port of Saint-Pierre Saint-Pierre and MiquelonFishing port of Saint-Pierre Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; once popular but now almost deserted.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Fishing port of Saint-Pierre Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; once

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Unloading sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by the "Emmeline," trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada).Unloading sea cucumbers Newfoundland CanadaUnloading sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by the "Emmeline," trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada).© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Unloading sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by the "Emmeline," trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada).Unloading sea cucumbers Newfoundland CanadaUnloading sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by the "Emmeline," trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada).© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumbers harvested Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard the Marcel Angie II controlled Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Holy Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel".Sea cucumbers harvested Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Sea cucumbers harvested Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard the Marcel Angie II controlled Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Holy Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel".© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumbers harvested Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber

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Sorting Sea cucumbers Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard the Marcel Angie II controlled Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Holy Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel".Sorting Sea cucumbers Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Sorting Sea cucumbers Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard the Marcel Angie II controlled Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Holy Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel".© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sorting Sea cucumbers Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber

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Unloading Sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by Marcel & Angie II, trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada). Unloading Sea cucumbers Newfoundland CanadaUnloading Sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by Marcel & Angie II, trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Unloading Sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by Marcel & Angie II, trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada). Unloading Sea cucumbers Newfoundland CanadaUnloading Sea cucumbers Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by Marcel & Angie II, trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard Marcel Angie II, commissioned by Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Saint-Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel". Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and MiquelonSea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard Marcel Angie II, commissioned by Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Saint-Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel". © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber

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Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard Marcel Angie II, commissioned by Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Saint-Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel". Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and MiquelonSea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard Marcel Angie II, commissioned by Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Saint-Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel". © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber

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Introducing sea Cucumber Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by Marcel & Angie II, trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada). Introducing sea Cucumber Newfoundland CanadaIntroducing sea Cucumber Newfoundland Canada ; Unloading of sea cucumber caught by Marcel & Angie II, trawler Holy Pierrais by employees of the Canadian Fogo Island Co-op society, in the port of Grand Bank, Newfoundland (Canada). © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard Marcel Angie II, commissioned by Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Saint-Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel". Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and MiquelonSea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber fishing aboard Marcel Angie II, commissioned by Philippe Vigneau. The area of ??current fishing of this species by the Saint-Pierrais trawlers is a 75 miles south of the archipelago, in the "tunnel". © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Sea cucumber fishing Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Sea cucumber

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Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and MiquelonFire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and MiquelonFire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and MiquelonFire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.Fire in open dump Saint-Pierre and MiquelonFire in open dump Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Nothing is done to disappear both foul landfills open always present in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, and in addition to disfigure the landscape and pollute convey a very unflattering picture of the archipelago. Sorting waste is non-existent in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, the entire cast is loose in these discharges and partially burned in the open, of course without the slightest fume filtration, when the winds are oriented towards the sea, and not to the islands or to their Canadian friends in Newfoundland. Going through these discharges, walking on layers of accumulated waste for decades, burned or not, more or less polluting and biodegradable. A composting plant was built close to the "Dampe" Saint-Pierre. But no manager in sight, and the building is for the moment completely unused. Besides the excitement of the most lucrative projects, preservation of the environment is a minor concern in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, or deeply rooted habits do not change easily.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Wind farm Miquelon Saint Pierre and Miquelon  ; Commissioned in 2001, the wind farm Miquelon consists of 10 wind turbines of 60kW or 600kW. The energy produced is injected into the EDF network and provides 15% of the electricity consumption of Miquelon. Wind farm Miquelon Saint Pierre and Miquelon Wind farm Miquelon Saint Pierre and Miquelon ; Commissioned in 2001, the wind farm Miquelon consists of 10 wind turbines of 60kW or 600kW. The energy produced is injected into the EDF network and provides 15% of the electricity consumption of Miquelon. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Wind farm Miquelon Saint Pierre and Miquelon ; Commissioned in

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White-tailed Deer shot and hunter Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; This year hunting "deer" opens Sept. 19 for a month. There are about 450 deer hunters, with a quota allowed by a deer hunter. The deer, North American ungulate, was introduced in 1953 in southern Langlade, and gradually proliferate to the Cape of Miquelon. The massive impact of deer on forest regeneration is well established, and local damage is already dramatic. This process is well understood by local naturalists, seems still largely "unaware" of the hunting community, whose political and social influence is enormous. The quota by a deer hunter this year is considered by many as excessive, because that might endanger the deer population. However, the counts made by the federation of hunters probably underestimate the actual lot size of the population.White-tailed Deer shot and hunter Saint-Pierre and Miquelon White-tailed Deer shot and hunter Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; This year hunting "deer" opens Sept. 19 for a month. There are about 450 deer hunters, with a quota allowed by a deer hunter. The deer, North American ungulate, was introduced in 1953 in southern Langlade, and gradually proliferate to the Cape of Miquelon. The massive impact of deer on forest regeneration is well established, and local damage is already dramatic. This process is well understood by local naturalists, seems still largely "unaware" of the hunting community, whose political and social influence is enormous. The quota by a deer hunter this year is considered by many as excessive, because that might endanger the deer population. However, the counts made by the federation of hunters probably underestimate the actual lot size of the population.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Boreal forest dying out because of the massive impact of introduced deer on the regrowth of trees.Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Boreal forest dying out because of the massive impact of introduced deer on the regrowth of trees.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Boreal

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Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Boreal forest dying out because of the massive impact of introduced deer on the regrowth of trees.Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Forest degraded by deer Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Boreal forest dying out because of the massive impact of introduced deer on the regrowth of trees.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Walker in a forest dwarf Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Gamekeeper in the boreal forest dwarf inextricable from St Pierre and Miquelon. Lawrence gamekeeper the hunters' federation of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon 20 years.Walker in a forest dwarf Saint-Pierre and MiquelonWalker in a forest dwarf Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Gamekeeper in the boreal forest dwarf inextricable from St Pierre and Miquelon. Lawrence gamekeeper the hunters' federation of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon 20 years.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Walker in a forest dwarf Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Gamekeeper

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Wild horses grazing on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade  ; Many horses are left free in the isthmus by their owners. Marram grass by grazing, grass that stabilizes the sand dunes of the isthmus, the horses involved to aggravate erosion of the dunes and the isthmus in general.Wild horses grazing on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade Wild horses grazing on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Many horses are left free in the isthmus by their owners. Marram grass by grazing, grass that stabilizes the sand dunes of the isthmus, the horses involved to aggravate erosion of the dunes and the isthmus in general.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Wild horses grazing on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Many

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Taking sample Isthmus Miquelon Langlade  ; A CNRS team, led by Nicolas Robin (CEFREM Perpignan) collects sediment samples to better understand the process of formation of the Isthmus and its future evolution. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea level in the increased frequency and severity of storms.Taking sample Isthmus Miquelon Langlade Taking sample Isthmus Miquelon Langlade ; A CNRS team, led by Nicolas Robin (CEFREM Perpignan) collects sediment samples to better understand the process of formation of the Isthmus and its future evolution. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea level in the increased frequency and severity of storms.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Taking sample Isthmus Miquelon Langlade Taking sample Isthmus Miquelon Langlade Taking sample Isthmus Miquelon Langlade © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Laying ganivelles dunes on the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade ; The team in charge of seasonal installation ganivelles in the dunes of the Curonian Miquelon - Langlade, the "buttereaux" to stabilize and fight against soil erosion by wind and devegetation. This is - reintegration contracts - hiring by the City of Miquelon. 7 people this year, 6 month contract from July to December. The rest of the year, most of them simply Assedic. They lay an average of about 90m ganivelles day. The ganivelles are in the form of fences made of sticks of wood 1m high, connected together by iron son. Pressed about 30cm in the sand dunes, they retain the sand trap happens and to prevent it from leaving. They therefore hold the dunes in place. After several years of trial and error, it seems to walk better and better, cf. photos. The ganivelles eventually disappear under the sand. So we can always add it to continue to grow to the dune.Laying ganivelles dunes on the Curonian Miquelon-LangladeLaying ganivelles dunes on the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade ; The team in charge of seasonal installation ganivelles in the dunes of the Curonian Miquelon - Langlade, the "buttereaux" to stabilize and fight against soil erosion by wind and devegetation. This is - reintegration contracts - hiring by the City of Miquelon. 7 people this year, 6 month contract from July to December. The rest of the year, most of them simply Assedic. They lay an average of about 90m ganivelles day. The ganivelles are in the form of fences made of sticks of wood 1m high, connected together by iron son. Pressed about 30cm in the sand dunes, they retain the sand trap happens and to prevent it from leaving. They therefore hold the dunes in place. After several years of trial and error, it seems to walk better and better, cf. photos. The ganivelles eventually disappear under the sand. So we can always add it to continue to grow to the dune.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Laying ganivelles dunes on the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade ; The

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Revegetation of the dunes of the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade  ; Canvas "Straw coconut", a plated on the dunes in the sectors or geotextile priori there will be more supply of sand. It will keep the sand in place and thus maintain the dunes. Vegetation can grow through and thus stabilize the dune.Revegetation of the dunes of the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade Revegetation of the dunes of the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade ; Canvas "Straw coconut", a plated on the dunes in the sectors or geotextile priori there will be more supply of sand. It will keep the sand in place and thus maintain the dunes. Vegetation can grow through and thus stabilize the dune.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Revegetation of the dunes of the Curonian Miquelon-Langlade ;

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Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-LangladeGeophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-LangladeGeophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and

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Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-LangladeGeophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and

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Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.Geophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-LangladeGeophysical surveys on the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade ; Julie and Billy Christopher Hein conducting geophysical surveys of the isthmus Miquelon-Langlade, along East-West cross transects. For this they use a geo-radar system that records and displays real-time profile of the basement and get a cut from the basement up to 15 meters deep. Their goal is to understand the internal architecture of the isthmus to trace the main stages of its formation. These scientists work stems from the willingness of managers to better know the archipelago risk binds to the erosion hazard at the site, which is a vital transportation link for residents. Due to the harsh climate, the road that takes the isthmus must already be redone every year, and the damage is more important. By 2100, 80% of the surface of the isthmus could be flooded due to rising sea levels, increased frequency and severity of storms.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Dune Miquelon-Langlade Isthmus Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Langlade and Miquelon islands are connected by a sandy isthmus 12Km, farm since the late 18th century. Legend has long wanted him to be formed on the wrecks of many ships from running aground on the shoals wanting to pass between the two islands. Since 1816, more than 650 shipwrecks have been identified. With work on the isthmus by the CNRS past ten years, we now have evidence that its formation is the result of a natural phenomenon. However, the accumulation of wrecks could well have accelerated the process. The erosion due to rising sea levels and increased frequency and severity of storms, increasingly threaten the dunes become a key channel of communication to the lives of people. Each year, the road must be redone, and revegetation, laying ganivelles, riprap gabions and other not seem to weigh very heavily against the threat of the ocean.Dune Miquelon-Langlade Isthmus Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Dune Miquelon-Langlade Isthmus Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Langlade and Miquelon islands are connected by a sandy isthmus 12Km, farm since the late 18th century. Legend has long wanted him to be formed on the wrecks of many ships from running aground on the shoals wanting to pass between the two islands. Since 1816, more than 650 shipwrecks have been identified. With work on the isthmus by the CNRS past ten years, we now have evidence that its formation is the result of a natural phenomenon. However, the accumulation of wrecks could well have accelerated the process. The erosion due to rising sea levels and increased frequency and severity of storms, increasingly threaten the dunes become a key channel of communication to the lives of people. Each year, the road must be redone, and revegetation, laying ganivelles, riprap gabions and other not seem to weigh very heavily against the threat of the ocean.© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Dune Miquelon-Langlade Isthmus Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Langlade and Miquelon islands are connected by a sandy isthmus 12Km, farm since the late 18th century. Legend has long wanted him to be formed on the wrecks of many ships from running aground on the shoals wanting to pass between the two islets. Since 1816, more than 650 shipwrecks have been identified. With work on the isthmus by the CNRS past ten years, we now have evidence that its formation is the result of a natural phenomenon. However, the accumulation of wrecks could well have accelerated the process | The erosion due to rising sea levels and increased frequency and severity of storms, increasingly threaten the cord dune become a key channel of communication daily habitants.A Each year, the road must be redone, and revegetation, laying ganivelles, riprap gabions and other not seem to weigh very heavily against the threat of Ocean. View cord "buttereaux" sand dunes highly subject to erosion from wind and the sea in the northern part of the isthmus. Left the ocean, right the brackish lagoon of Grand Barachois. Dune Miquelon-Langlade Isthmus Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Dune Miquelon-Langlade Isthmus Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Langlade and Miquelon islands are connected by a sandy isthmus 12Km, farm since the late 18th century. Legend has long wanted him to be formed on the wrecks of many ships from running aground on the shoals wanting to pass between the two islets. Since 1816, more than 650 shipwrecks have been identified. With work on the isthmus by the CNRS past ten years, we now have evidence that its formation is the result of a natural phenomenon. However, the accumulation of wrecks could well have accelerated the process | The erosion due to rising sea levels and increased frequency and severity of storms, increasingly threaten the cord dune become a key channel of communication daily habitants.A Each year, the road must be redone, and revegetation, laying ganivelles, riprap gabions and other not seem to weigh very heavily against the threat of Ocean. View cord "buttereaux" sand dunes highly subject to erosion from wind and the sea in the northern part of the isthmus. Left the ocean, right the brackish lagoon of Grand Barachois. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cyclone "Leslie" on the coast of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon  ; Ile aux Marins affected by the cyclone swellCyclone "Leslie" on the coast of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Cyclone "Leslie" on the coast of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Ile aux Marins affected by the cyclone swell© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Cyclone "Leslie" on the coast of Saint-Pierre and Miquelon ; Ile

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Horses walking on the beach Goulet St. Pierre et MiquelonHorses walking on the beach Goulet St. Pierre et MiquelonHorses walking on the beach Goulet St. Pierre et Miquelon© Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Horses walking on the beach Goulet St. Pierre et Miquelon

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Horses walking on the beach Goulet St. Pierre et Miquelon

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Church on moor Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Church on moor Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonChurch on moor Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. Extractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et MiquelonExtractors Ragworth Ile aux marins St. Pierre et Miquelon ; Comprehensive experience of uprooting of Senecio jacobaea, invasive alien species on a small island in the archipelago to study the feasibility of its control across the entire archipelago. Youth are recruited during the growing season by combining SPM Frag'Îles Association (naturalist) to perform the lifting of various invasive plants, including tansy. © Thibaut Vergoz / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale
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