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logo Laboratoire LEEISAThe Ecology, Evolution and Interactions of Amazonian Systems laboratory is a joint service and research unit created in French Guiana in January 2016 by bringing together researchers and technical and administrative staff from CNRS French Guiana, the University of French Guiana and Ifremer.

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The Ecology, Evolution and Interactions of Amazonian Systems laboratory is a joint service and research unit created in French Guiana in January 2016 by bringing together researchers and technical and administrative staff from CNRS French Guiana, the University of French Guiana and Ifremer.

Areas of research :
Ecology, Evolution and Interactions of Amazonian Systems

Reporting structure(s)

Guardianship : CNRS - Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Université de Guyane, Ifremer - Institut français de recherche et d'exploitation de la Mer

Research area(s)

The LEEISA is organised functionally around

Three research and services platforms, part of national networks:

  1. the Nouragues research station
  2. l'OHM Oyapock (Observatoire Hommes-Milieux)
  3. the Guiana Interdisciplinary Nursery on coastal ecosystems and marine turtles

Three research teams:

  1. Evolution and ecology of biodiversity in Amazonia ;
  2. Ethnoecology and cultural dynamics ;
  3. Ecosystems and dynamics of coastal areas,

Two cross-functional areas of activity:

  • "Ecosystem Services
  • "Human-Environment Interactions

LEEISA
Ecology, Evolution and Interactions of Amazonian Systems Laboratory

Mr Vincent Goujon
Director


LEEISA mixed USR
Montabo Research Centre
BP 70620, 97334 Cayenne cédex
Tel.: 0594 29 20 03

Website :
https://www.leeisa.cnrs.fr/

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