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GRAND OCEAN “72 hours to discover and preserve the treasures of our blue planet”.


Vincent Creuze from LIRMM will be giving a presentation for the general public on 30 September at 10.20am, organised by Science et Avenir in Cherbourg.

Around forty top-level scientists and historians (CNRS, Ifremer, CNES, ESA, NASA, NOAA, Museum, Sorbonne University, University of Toulouse, marine biology stations and marine parks, foreign laboratories, etc.), sailors (navigators, admirals, etc.), explorers and ocean lovers (François Sarano, Guillaume Baudelaire, etc.) will be taking part. ), explorers and ocean lovers (François Sarano, Guillaume Nehry), and witnesses from major companies (Naval Group, EDF, etc.) will be taking part, to share their expertise with the general public, including secondary school pupils.

The 2nd GRAND OCÉAN will be held at the Cité de la Mer in Cherbourg-en-Cotentin. It will provide an in-depth understanding of this extraordinary space, the ocean, which covers more than 70% of the planet’s surface and most of which is part of humanity’s heritage that must be preserved.

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