Natural resources in the Mauritian waters

Underwater image showing 2 fishes, grey, black, white and yellowish in color amongst a variety of natural resources like white and brown coral species.

According to the Maritime Zones Act 2005, natural resources refer to minerals and other non-living materials found in the subsoil and seabed and the marine organisms in a sedentary state, that is, they are unfit for movement when they are harvested or depend on Read More

Formation of a volcanic island: Mauritius

Small grey and rugged volcano in the ocean spewing out grey clouds of volcanic materials.

The island of Mauritius was formed approximately 10 million years ago by volcanic eruption. In fact, the island itself is a volcano. The highest point, 550 m – 600 m above sea level, is the central plateau; from there on, the land gently slopes Read More

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