03.03.2016

Identify and investigate the cavities and overhangs

This research involved in a regional archaeological work tends to help the dating of discoveries made during excavations.

Since this week, a team of researchers roam our island to identify and investigate the cavities and overhangs of our island, says The french Réserve naturelle on her Facebook's page.

This research involved in a regional archaeological work tends to help the dating of discoveries made during excavations. The staff from the Reserve of St Martin supports this project and has accompanied the team of specialists to facilitate their work on field. Tuesday Tintamarre was explored and here are some images. This output was also an opportunity for Maxence, our Master 2 internship, to start his research on Gaiacs and cactus species implanted on this islet.

The french Réserve naturelle put some pictures on Facebook.

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