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Biologists and economists meet on the theme of Ocean Acidification


For the first time, biologists and economists held talks during a workshop on the theme of ocean acidification which is being held at the Oceanographic Museum until this evening. Organised by the Monaco Scientific Centre and the IAEA, the purpose of the meeting is to assess the economic effects of this environmental phenomena.

The conclusions of the two days’ work will be announced today. This workshop has created an unprecedented forum for exchange between the two communities, a key factor in the decision making process to limit CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.

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Ross Jeffree, Chef du Laboratoire de radioécologie AIEA, Stéphanie Reynaud, Chargée de Recherche Equipe d’Ecophysiologie CSM, Nathalie Hilmi, Chargée de Recherche Economie Environnementale CSM, Denis Allemand Directeur Scientifique CSM, James Orr, Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement LSCE CEA-CNRS .

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