The management of Natura 2000 sites requires the acquisition of knowledge, monitoring, control, but also work in complex environments, requiring specific tools of exploration and intervention.

The Life Marha proposes to complete and improve the tools available to managers to :
- develop skills: training ;
- acquire data: protocol and data acquisition equipment (ROV, camera, sonar...);
- ensure monitoring: harmonized monitoring protocol and small equipment;
- to bank, exploit and valorize data: databases, geographic information systems
and interoperability;
- manage: guide for drafting a document of objectives (Docob) and monitoring indicators;
- communicate and raise awareness: digital support (mobile application, online platform) and print
(panel, documentation...) ;
- control: swearing in and means of intervention and monitoring.