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Symposium Univ Bordeaux

École d’été internationale "Weak signals and emerging issues in ecological transition" 3-7 juillet 2017


Programme

Joint week

Monday 8th July 2013

Tuesday 9th July 2013

Wednesday 10th July 2013

Thursday 11th July 2013

Friday 12th July 2013

Theme of the day

Global ecology

Global abiotic change

Global change and biotic interactions

Joint field trip

Ecology and society

Place

ENSCBP's auditorium

ENSCBP's auditorium

ENSCBP's auditorium

 

ENSCBP's auditorium

morning

1st part

9 h 15: Welcome! A Global Ecology

(Denis Loustau, Inra)

9 h 30: Marine micro-biodiversity facing glacial-interglacial changes

(Bruno Malaizé, University Bordeaux 1)

9 h 30: Global change and vegetation dynamics: some results, models, difficulties

(Jean-Luc Dupouey, Inra)

9 h: Analysis and Experimentation on Ecosystems a new research distributed infrastructure to tackle ecosystem complexity

(Abad Chabbi, Inra)

9 h: Ecosystem services is it a good paradigm for scientists to adopt?

(Karin Limburg, state university of New York)

morning

2nd part

 

Climate change in the History and human civilizations

(Bruno Malaizé, University  Bordeaux 1)

 

Global change and anthropogenic disturbance of soil: what can we learn from biogeochemical cycles of C, N and P in soil system science?

(Abad Chabbi, Inra)

 

Area displacement, adaptation and migration

 (Laëtitia Buisson, Universiy Toulouse 3)

 

Visit of a ICOS ecosystem gas monitoring site

(Denis Loustau, Inra)

 

The Economics of Ecosystem Services

(Richard Howarth, Dartmouth College)

Fisheries management with  Individual Transferable Quotas: a variability approach

(Jean-Christophe Pereau,University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV)


Bio-economics

(Sébastien Rouillon, University Montesquieu Bordeaux IV)

afternoon

1st part

1. Evolution in changing environments

(Rémy Petit, Inra)


2. Biogeochemical cycles of disrupted ecosystems

(Gilles Billen, CNRS)

Large-scale  xenobiotic and pollutant dispersals

(Hélène Budzinski, CNRS)

Biodiversity and pest regulation in forests

 (Hervé Jactel, Inra)

Joint field trip

 Approching environmental challenges: From the DPSIR framework to political ecology

(Hanne Svarstad, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research)


Indicators in environmental governance: Measurement, representation, and the coproduction of science and society

(Esther Turnhout, Wageningen University)

afternoon

2nd part

Round table after the 3 conferences

Round table Global change regionalisation: the Aquitaine case study

(Eric Villenave, University Bordeaux 1; Antoine Kremer, Inra; Hélène Budzinski, CNRS)

Round table after the 3 conferences

 

Round table after the 3 conferences

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Agrosystems week

Monday 15th July 2013

Tuesday 16th July 2013

Wednesday 17th July 2013

Thursday 18th July 2013

Friday 19th July 2013

Place

Bordeaux Sciences Agro

Bordeaux Sciences Agro

Bordeaux Sciences Agro

Bordeaux Sciences Agro

ENSCBP's auditorium

morning

1st part

 

8 h 30: Introduction

 (Thomas Nesme, Bordeaux Sciences Agro)

9 h: Closing global biogeochemical cycles: research questions and key concepts

(Thomas Nesme, Bordeaux Sciences Agro)

8 h 30: Climate change and viticulture

(Iñaki Garcia de Cortazar, Inra)

9 h: Climate change and pest-plant interactions

(Stéphane Compant, Austrian Institute of Technology)

Final day: report-out by the workgroups

Why and how should agronomist adress global issues

(Thierry Doré, AgroParisTech)

Modelling as a tool for climate change adaptation

(Amber Parker, Lincoln University, NZ)

morning

2nd part

Impact of climate change on global food production

(Jean-Louis Durand, Inra)

Water budget modelling for vineyards

(Philippe Pieri, Inra)

afternoon

1st part


Meta-analysis for global agronomy

(Benoît Gabrielle, AgroParisTech)

Field trip: atmospheric deposition in pastures

(Didier Alard, University Bordeaux 1)

Plant material as a tool for climate change adaptation in viticulture

(Nathalie Ollat, Inra & Kees van Leeuwen, Bordeaux Sciences Agro)

The impact of an invasive vector on Pierce’s disease and viticulture in North America 

(Kendra Baumgartner, Universiy of California, Davis)

New technologies for climate change adaptation in viticulture

(Gilbert Grenier, Bordeaux Sciences Agro)

afternoon

2nd part

Visit of Couhins INRA experimental vineyard

(Dominique Forget, Inra)

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Forests week

Monday 15th July 2013

Tuesday 16th July 2013

Wednesday 17th July 2013

Thursday 18th July 2013

Friday 19th July 2013

Place

A29 building, Auditorium C, University Bordeaux 1

A29 building, Auditorium C, University Bordeaux 1

Inra Pierroton, Airial room

Bordeaux Science Agro, GIAF 2  St-Emilion bulding, 1rst level

ENSCBP's auditorium

Theme

Forest and climate

Climatic refuges

From tree to population effects

Global Changes and forestry in France: New Challenges

8 h 30 : Final Day: Report-out by the workgroups

morning

1st part

11 h: Welcome, planning of the week and student presentation 

(Emmanuel Corcket, University Bordeaux 1)

9 h: Climatic refuges

(Arndt Hampe, Inra)

9 h 30: Presentation of Pierroton's research station

(Jean-Michel Carnus, Inra)

9 h : Global change and forestry: Questions and first solutions

(Jean-Jacques Malfait, University Bordeaux IV & Guillaume Pajot, PCET)

morning

2nd part

Climate and forests: which does which ?

(Denis Loustau, Inra)

Field trip – Beech forests at the rear edge of their distribution area

(Alexis Ducousso, Inra; Arndt Hampe, Inra &

Emmanuel Corcket, University Bordeaux 1)

9 h 45: What do we know about the effect of climate change on wood structure and tree growth?

(Jean Christophe Domec, Bordeaux Sciences Agro)

afternoon

1st part

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Global change and emerging diseases in forests

(Marie-Laure Desprez-Loustau, Inra)

REINFFORCE-project-presentation

(Jean-Raymond Liarçou, Regional Center for Private Forest; Jean-Christophe Domec, Bordeaux Sciences Agro; Rebeca Cordero-Debts, European Forest Institute Atlantic & Jean Paul Guyon, Bordeaux Sciences Agro)

afternoon

2nd part

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Hydrosystems week

Monday 15th July 2013

Tuesday 16th July 2013

Wednesday 17th July 2013

Thursday 18th July 2013

Friday 19th July 2013

Place

University Bordeaux 1

University Bordeaux 1

University Bordeaux 1

University Bordeaux 1

ENSCBP's auditorium

morning

1st part

Hydrodynamic and sedimentary functioning of estuaries and lagoons

(Aldo Sottolichio, University Bordeaux 1)


Describing the structure and functioning of estuarine ecosystems using food-web models

(Jérémy Lobry, Irstea)

Passive samplers as innovating monitoring tools for the measurement of pollutants in water

(Marie-Hélène Dévier, University Bordeaux 1)

Demonstration/laboratory sample analysis:

 Analytical techniques for the identification of unknown organic contaminants in water

(Marie-Hélène Devier, University Bordeaux 1)

Final Day: report-out by the workgroups

morning

2nd part

Climate Change and ecology of planktonic communities

(Aurélie Chaalali,University Bordeaux 1)

Field trip in the Arcachon Bay (La Planula boat): field visit and sampling

(Marie-Hélène Dévier, University Bordeaux 1 and Danièle Maurer, Ifremer)

 

afternoon

1st part

 

Global change and ecotoxicology of aquatic systems

(Magalie Baudrimont, University Bordeaux 1)

 

To what extent is your research on water quality as a social issue ?

(Gabrielle Bouleau, Irstea)

 

Techniques in coastal dynamics

(Sabine Schmidt, CNRS)


The Mollu Scan project: an innovative way of using bivalve molluscs as biosensors

(Jean-Charles Massabuau, CNRS)


PCR vs Quantative real time PCR

(Patrice Gonzalez, CNRS)

afternoon

2nd part

 

Chemical pollution of aquatic environments and analytical issues

(Hélène Budzinski, CNRS)

 


Ecosystèmes sociétés Transfert Forêts Atmosphère Hydrosystèmes Interactions Agrosystèmes Continuum Impacts Pressions Modélisation Pollution Ecotoxicologie Cycles biogéochimiques Ecologie Adaptation

Ecosystems services

Field trip - Salles

Forest trip

Field Trip

Vineyards

Crédit, BioGeCo

Hydrosystems week

Field trip 2015 - Château Suduiraut

Crédit, BioGeCo

Vineyards

Conference room

Students 2014

Welcome !

Welcome !

Conference room

Crédit, EPOC-LPTC

Visiting Bordeaux

Boat trip

Hydrosystems week

Cellars

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