Summer School "Ecology and Society: Frontiers and Boundaries" / 3 - 7 June 2019

Ecosystems societies Climate change Forests Hydrosystems Atmosphere Biodiversity Agrosystems Pressures Impacts Modelling Pollution Ecotoxicology Biogeochimical cycles Ecology Adaptability

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Conference room

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Forest trip

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Visiting Bordeaux

Field Trip

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Field trip 2015 - Forest Crédits photo LabEx COTE

Boat trip

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Tasting

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Vallée du Ciron - Crédits photo LabEx COTE

Commodifying ecosystemic services

Visiting Bordeaux

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Abstracts

The list is provisional. The final list will soon be available.

Using stable isotopes to link ecosystem processes to the global cycling of water and CO2 - Lisa WINGATE

Quantifying terrestrial carbon storage and predicting the sensitivity of ecosystems to climate change relies on our ability to obtain observational constraints on photosynthesis and respiration at...

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Climate change impacts on grapevine - Iñaki GARCIA DE CORTAZAR-ATAURI

Wine grapes (Vitis vinifera L. ), as other perennial species, are especially sensitive to climate change, with potential effects on yield, quality and economic viability. Since grapevine has been...

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Host-parasite dynamics: from temperature effect to climate effect (study case) - Xavier DE MONTAUDOUIN

Trematodes constitute a group of macroparasites that are particularly prevalent in molluscs and that can induce more or less deleterious effects. The complex life-cycle of these parasites is largely...

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Functional areas of fishery resources and connectivity - Nathalie CAIL-MILLY

Numerous fishery resources have to frequent various habitats (lagoon, estuary, continental slope... ) to accomplish their life cycle. This is true for diadromous species but also for marine species...

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Advances in biosphere-atmosphere exchanges of reactive nitrogen - Benjamin LOUBET

Biosphere-atmosphere exchange of reactive nitrogen compounds (NH3, N2O, NOx, N-aerosols, N-VOC) plays an essential role in air quality, global warming and ecosystem functioning and biodiversity. This...

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Role of cloud microorganisms in atmospheric processes - Anne-Marie DELORT

10 years ago our team started to study microorganisms present in cloud waters at the puy de Dôme station. We showed that they were alive and metabolically active because they can resist to...

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A quest for new modes of governance: the role of global partnerships - Pieter LEROY

Sustainability is a complex issue that, on the one hand, challenges existing (governmental) modes of governance while on the other provoking the emergence of new ones. Among the latter is a wide...

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Atmospheric fluxes of biotic particles: measurements and models - Yves BRUNET

Many biotic particles such as pollen grains, bacteria, spores and viruses are transported by atmospheric motions. They play important roles in various areas: the spread of biodiversity, agricultural...

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Agrosystems - Gregory GAMBETTA

Agricultural ecology has a long history and is becoming increasingly important in promoting sustainable agricultural production. The field is extremely diverse and encompasses many different subjects...

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Facing up to a changing World: how to deal with it? - Eric GOBERVILLE

Warming of the climate system has now become unequivocal, being clearly detected in all functional units of the Earth system. Climate variability influences living systems ranging from marine to...

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The Ecosystem Approach and Sustainable Interdependence - Caitríona CARTER

The ‘Ecosystem Approach’ (EA) poses a dilemma for sustainable management of natural resources. The very notion of an ecosystem runs counter to conventional ways of reasoning, which have mobilized...

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The politics of indicators: creating governable nature at the science-policy interface - Esther TURNHOUT

Do we measure what we value or do we value what we measure? The case of ecological indicators is an excellent illustration of the fundamental entwinement of knowledge and values. Ecological...

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