|Author(s)||Gueguen Yannick1, Mazouni Nabila2|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Ifremer, Pacific Oceanological Center BP 7004 – 98719 Taravao Tahiti, French Polynesia
2 : University of French Polynesia, BP 6570- 98702 Faa’a Tahiti, French Polynesia
|Source||International innovation : disseminating science, research and technology (2054-6254) (Research Media Ltd), 2014 , N. 125 , P. 21-23|
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|Abstract||Pearl farming is essential to the economy of French Polynesia, generating thousands of jobs for the islands. What are the main concerns for the current state
of pearl farming in the region ?
Gueguen Yannick, Mazouni Nabila (2014). A pearl of a partnership. International innovation : disseminating science, research and technology, (125), 21-23. Open Access version : https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00188/29925/