You are looking at all articles by Rivonala Razafison

Madagascar: an imperilled nature sanctuary

News

New Madagascar facility to boost biodiversity research

Both research and teaching will benefit from a facility that has been built close to Madagascar’s rainforest

02/08/12

News

Madagascar launches online research network

Researchers in Madagascar have a new way of interacting with colleagues in the country and abroad.

28/06/12

News

Indian Ocean islands link up via agriculture web portal

An initiative to boost reporting on agriculture and biodiversity aims to link up farmers and researchers on the Indian ...

08/06/12

News

Experts question Madagascar’s bid to tap wind energy

Madagascar is planning a major wind power project, but critics say small-scale equipment and other energy sources are more ...

21/02/12

News

Scientists crack locust colour code to predict swarms

Red locusts in Madagascar develop a black mark in the early stages of forming swarms — a sign that ...

13/12/11

News

Africa’s mollusc stocks at risk from ocean acidification

Mollusc fisheries in Haiti and several African countries are at most risk from increasing ocean acidification.

25/08/11

News

Madagascan scientists say they warned of locust swarms

Scientists predicted the locust swarms that destroyed crops in Madagascar this summer, but a lack of funding hampered prevention.

08/11/10

News

Malagasy labs to receive upgrade

Madagascar is among the recipients of a fund aiming to enhance the laboratory capacity of developing countries.

13/01/10

News

Madagascan forests ‘reviving’, researchers say

Madagascan forests show signs of regeneration, even in densely populated areas, according to researchers.

04/05/07

Rivonala Razafison

Rivonala Razafison

Profile

Job Title: Journaliste Scientifique