GEMM IN A NUTSHELL
The Marine Mammal Study Group is an association dedicated to monitoring the state of
populations and habitat of marine mammals in the South Pacific.
Born in 2009 in French Polynesia, it is made up of scientists, naturalists, journalists, writers and sailors who generally work and live on water, like marine mammals: families, pods, free associations and networks autonomous individuals federated virtually by the GEMM and physically by each other's affinities and projects.
Non-territoriality, freedom, as well as equality and solidarity are the rule between mammals
bipedal sailors of the GEMM. Team members from all walks of life join us every year in the field to train and help us to perpetuate our presence in the field