A second weather buoy to help monitor tide movements in Seychelles has been installed, the chief executive of the local meteorological authority said. The buoy was installed 2 weeks ago between the main island of Mahe and Silhouette, the third-biggest island, with the technical expertise of an engineer from Met Ocean Service International (MOSI) based in South Africa. The chief executive of the Seychelles Meteorological Authority, Vincent Amelie, said the buoys will allow the authority to better understand currents in the region, and better manage and monitor coastal areas which are often affected by erosion or man-made developments. (…)