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Designers :
Olivier Ninot, CNRS Research engineer
Catherine Valton, IRD Research engineer IRD


Webmaster :
Samuel Haroutunian, Research Engineer, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne


Cartography trainees :
Caroline Llacer, M1 Carthagéo, 2022
Agathe Launay, M1 Carthagéo, 2021
Ibrahima Badji, M1 Carthagéo, 2018
Félix Moulin, M1 Carthagéo, 2017

Editorial committee :
Pauline Gluski, Research Engineer, IRD
Samuel Haroutunian, Research Engineer, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Géraud Magrin, Professor, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Olivier Ninot, Research Engineer, CNRS
Antonine Ribardière, Lecturer, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Catherine Valton
, Research Engineer, IRD


Acknowledgements :
Lioudmila Chalonina, Research Engineer, CNRS, Head of Géoprodig
Clément Bastin, computer science trainee (2019)
UMS Riate: collective author of the Magrit® software used for the cartographic processing of statistical indicators.
CNRS : organisation hosting the site


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Photo credits :

© IRD – Daina Rechner, 2016
© IRD – Justine Montmarche, Recherches en laboratoire sur le Paludisme, 2010
© IRD – Tiphaine Chevallier, Vie rurale à Madagascar, 2015
© IRD – L’école au Burkina Faso, 1999
© IRD – Jean-Michel Boré, Blanchissement du corail en Nouvelle-Calédonie, 2016
© IRD – Élisabeth Deliry Antheaume, Foule multiraciale peinte sur le mur d’un bâtiment public, face à la plage de Jeffreys Bay, 1997
© IRD – Pascale Hancart Petitet, 2018

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