Field Work And Training Completed For The Sint Maarten Terrestrial Biodiversity Assessment

Ecologist Kevel Lindsay training The Nature Foundation staff in plant identification. Photo Credit: Mark Yokoyama

As part of the Coastal Resilience and Needs Assessments project (CORENA), over 300 species were observed during a 12 day biodiversity assessment in St. Maarten with the objective to provide information to guide sustainable habitat management and responsible future development.

New Terrestrial Biodiversity Assessment For Project CORENA In Sint Maarten

Anolis pogus Photo credit: Mark Yokohama

A new project aims to assess key land areas for biodiversity on St. Maarten. The foundation Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC) has been selected to conduct the terrestrial baseline biodiversity assessment, as part of the CORENA project. The CORENA project (Coastal Resilience and Needs Assessments) was initiated by the Ministry of Public Housing, Spatial […]

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