Discovering the Southern Ocean

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Scientists and researchers seek to better understand the impact of the oceans on our Earth's climate. Let's take a closer look at how the Soclim mission and the Marion-Dufresne ship help us to better interpret the seawater samples.

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“The French oceanographic vessel based in Reunion Island is off Madagascar for a scientific campaign. Objective: to gain a better understanding of biodiversity in an area beyond international jurisdiction. "

Source: France TV

"The ship's expedition Marion-Dufresne will provide concrete knowledge of an area of this type. The scientists on board will carry out an inventory of marine fauna, in particular algae, molluscs, crustaceans and fish. "

Source: France TV

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