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Logbook – May 29th, scientific experiments have started

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Translation : translate.google.fr Hello everyone, Daily manipulations began early this morning after a night navigation. Benjamin, the biologist opens the ball from the sunrise; he does two hours of observation of marine mammals and macro waste from the cockpit. He reiterated his followed the afternoon and evening. Her trained eye could see our first floating […]

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29 May, 2015
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Team Presentation : Marie France Bernard

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Within the frame of the expedition, Patrick Deixonne introduces the crew he selected to be by his side. Each member of this group has been chosen for his or her specific professional competencies and for their dynamism. Today it’s Marie France Bernard’s turn and she’ll introduce the reasons that pushed her to join the crew […]

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18 May, 2015
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The microporous organogels called Bobis, allow us to analyze contaminants

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Extracted from Alexandra Tar Halle’s publication from the IMRCP laboratory. We have seen that the plastic can accumulate and carry chemicals. Some are bio-accumulative, which means that they will accumulate in living organisms. Generally the more we go up the food chain, the more these substances accumulate in organisms. During these 7th Continent Expeditions, we […]

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18 May, 2015
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Plastic: from a tragic end to a magical end

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Plastics is a canker to our ecosystem. We know that to create a plastic bag one minute is the right time, we use this bag for an average of twenty minutes, but the same bag will pollute our planet along 250 years. And if this changed ? If the plastic not longer had a tragic […]

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5 May, 2015
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The Guyavoile: the Bat-Lab

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The 7th Continent Expedition, would be  unimaginable without its catamaran, the Guyavolie, which permits the transportation of our crew of scientists in the heart of the mass of plastic waste in the middle of the oceans. Launched in 2009, the Guyavoile is a 17 meter catamaran, meticulously designed by the Fred Lachot with the help […]

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5 May, 2015