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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Forest tripForest trip
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Boat tripBoat trip
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Monday 22nd June

Tuesday 23rd June

Wednesday 24th June

Thursday 25th June

Friday 26th June

Theme of the day

Ecology and society

Field trip

Conservation, adaptation and evolution

Biodiversity and ecosystem services

Climate change impacts on ecosystems

Morning 1st part

Welcome reception



Garonne estuary

Marie-Hélène DEVIER


Elisa Marguerit

Social sciences

Caitriona CARTER

Assisted migration in managed forests as an adaptive strategy to climate change

Juan Fernandez

Designing cost effective investments in biodiversity conservation

Paul Armsworth

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

Eric Goberville

Morning 2nd part

Visions of nature

Pieter Leroy

Only what is counted counts? The politics of biodiversity knowledge

Esther Turnhout

Restoration program of an endangered species: case study on European sturgeon Acipenser sturio

Marie-Laure Acolas

Nature seen by economists: an overview

Lauriane Mouysset

Climate change impacts on grapevine


Climate change impacts on forests

Christopher Reyer

Lunch Break


Afternoon 1st part

Round table

Ecology and society: Biodiversity and global change

Pieter Leroy

Esther Turnhout

Jérémy Lobry

Alain Franc

Tina Rambonilaza

Citizen science in supporting biodiversity monitoring programs managed by environmental protection organizations

Frédéric Revers

The necessity of biodiversity monitoring and citizen science


Citizen sciences for monitoring species relative abundances

Camille Coron

Computer work: natural resource modeling

GREThA Joint Research Unit

Report by PhD students

Afternoon 2nd part

Student flash presentations