University of Southern Brittany - Tohannic Campus
Yves Coppens Building
Open Space office
• Coastal risks management • CoastSnap app. management • Coastal geomorphology
• GIS cartography • Scientific communication • Naturalist monitoring
Noé Metge is a geographer who holds a Master's degree in coastal management. He is particularly concerned with issues of adaptation to global changes, and is particularly interested in the prevention of coastal risks and the involvement of citizens at the heart of coastal territory management projects. In charge of supporting the actions of the OCLM within the framework of his civic service, he will participate to the field campaigns carried-out by the laboratory as well as to the animation of the current partnership projects. He is also in charge of the management of the Coastsnap application and the processing of data coming from participatory monitoring.