Oumar SADIO

Bioécologie marine / Halieutique / Aire Marine Protégée

Ingénieur de Recherche
IRD Dakar

Affectation

Laboratoire LEMAR

Discovery

Liens

Je suis titulaire d’un diplôme d’ingénieur en statistique informatique appliquée, d’un Master en méthodes statistiques et économétriques, d’un Master en écologie et gestion des écosystèmes aquatiques et d’une thèse de Doctorat en Biologie marine de l’Université de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest France en 2015.

Depuis mon intégration à l’IRD en 2001, mes premiers travaux de recherche ont porté sur la biologie et l’écologie des populations de poisons. Mes recherches se sont ensuite orientées vers l’élaboration de plan d’échantillonnage des peuplements de poissons dans une Aire Marine protégée (AMP), la caractérisation de l’état de référence d’une AMP et le suivi biologiques des peuplements de poissons au sein et à proximité des AMPs. Avec les équipes du LEMAR et du CRODT, j’ai mené ces études scientifiques dans l’AMP de Bamboung, l’AMP de Sangomar et le parc national des îles de la Madeleine au Sénégal, et dans l’AMP des Îles d’Urok en Guinée-Bissau. Intéressé par les questions liées aux aspects bio-écologiques dans les AMP, j’ai soutenu une thèse de doctorat à l’UBO qui a porté sur l’ « Efficacité des Aires Marines Protégées comme outil de restauration des ressources marines et de gestion des stocks halieutiques : l’expérience ouest africaine ». Actuellement, je travaille au Sénégal et au Gabon sur les projets listés ci-dessous.

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