Zo Andriamahenina

All posts by Zo Andriamahenina

Zo joined our blue forests team in February 2012 as a research assistant. He spends much of his time in the field conducting mangrove forest measurements such as canopy cover, mangrove regeneration and stump diameter. He is also learning to map his field efforts using GIS, and is keen to develop his understanding of mangrove carbon stocks.


Mysterious mangrove mice: an unexpected encounter

by Zo Andriamahenina, Geospatial Scientist, Blue Forests, Madagascar   We were nearing the end of five months of forest inventory work in the mangroves of Ambaro-Ambanja Bay, northwest Madagascar. After almost three weeks of solid rain during our stay in...

/ Jun 22, 2015
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Life in the mangrove forest: what happens exactly?

by Zo Andriamahenina, Blue Forests Research Assistant, Madagascar My first time working in the mangrove forest was in February 2012. Before, I had never walked into one, so I could not picture what we would see or find in this...

/ Apr 17, 2013