Production Scientifique

Auteur(s)
André-Marie Dendievel, Cécile Grosbois, Sophie Ayrault, Olivier Evrard, Alexandra Coynel, Maxime Debret, Thomas Gardes, Cassandra Euzen, Laurent Schmitt, François Chabaux, Thierry Winiarski, Marcel Van der Perk, Brice Mourier
Type
Article (ACL)
Revue
Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN)
Portée
Internationale
Since 1945, a large amount of heterogeneous data has been acquired to survey river sediment quality, especially concerning regulatory metals such as Cd, Cr, Cu, Hg, Ni, Pb, and Zn. Large-scale syntheses are critical to assess the effectiveness of public regulations and the resiliency of the river systems. Accordingly, this data synthesis proposes a first attempt to decipher spatio-temporal trends…
Auteur(s)
Cassandra Euzen, Laurent Schmitt, Valentin Chardon, Gilles Rixhon, Thierry Perrone, Frank Preusser, Dominique Badariotti, François Chabaux
Type
Communication orale (C-COM)
Congrès
Goldschmidt2021, virtual, 4-9 July 2021
Portée
Internationale
Assessing the effects of remediation measures to minimize impacts of human activities on the environment currently represents a major challenge for environmental scientists and policy-makers. Evaluating the effectiveness of measures undertaken in hydrosystems over the last decades to improve the chemical quality of river sediments is thus crucial. This, in turn, may strongly favour future efforts for ecological river restoration.…
Auteur(s)
Cassandra Euzen, Laurent Schmitt, Valentin Chardon, Gilles Rixhon, Thierry Perrone, Frank Preusser, Dominique Badariotti, François Chabaux
Type
Communication orale (C-COM)
Congrès
ContaSed2021, 9 – 11/12 June 2021, University of Bern, Switzerland
Portée
Internationale
Assessing the effects of remediation measures to minimize impacts of human activities on the environment currently represents a major challenge for environmental scientists and policy-makers. Evaluating the effectiveness of measures undertaken in hydrosystems over the last decades to improve the chemical quality of river sediments is thus crucial. This, in turn, may strongly favour future efforts for ecological river restoration.…
Auteur(s)
Armando Espinosa Prieto, Laurent Hardion, Jean-Nicolas Beisel
Type
Poster (C-AFF)
Congrès
1st DNAqua International Conference (March 9-11, 2021) / ARPHA Conference Abstracts
Portée
Internationale
Aquatic environmental DNA (eDNA) studies have considerably taken off during the last 10 years, promptly establishing eDNA as a new approach to monitoring the ecological status of European surface waters. On the one hand due to the numerous biological methods based on aquatic species, on the other hand due to the development of group-specific primers that allowed discrimination between species…
Auteur(s)
Teva Meyer
Type
Article (ACL)
Revue
Energy Research & Social Science
Portée
Internationale
The ongoing spatial turn of both energy research and transition studies have highlighted the need for a stronger understanding of spatial configurations to grasp the heterogeneity of energy transition pathways. While previous works predominantly focused on territorial context inhibiting or driving renewable energy development, the dynamics of incumbent energy systems remain understudied. This is particularly the case for nuclear power,…
Auteur(s)
Cassandra Euzen, Laurent Schmitt, Gilles Rixhon, Thierry Perrone, Frank Preusser, Dominique Badariotti, François Chabaux
Type
Poster (C-AFF)
Congrès
International Symposium of LabExDRIIHM, September 6th-8th, 2021, Toulouse
Portée
Internationale
As hydrosystems are particularly sensitive to human activities, it is crucial to assess the evolution of human impacts as well as the effects of some restoration actions implemented during the last decades. This study focuses on the section of the Upper Rhine between Neuf-Brisach and Strasbourg. It aims at mapping the evolution of the geochemical signal recorded in the fine…
Auteur(s)
Axelle Genty, Maria Boltoeva, Gaetana Quaranta
Type
Poster (C-AFF)
Congrès
International Symposium of LabExDRIIHM, September 6th-8th, 2021, Toulouse
Portée
Internationale
The first and second reactors of the Fessenheim Nuclear Power Plant were shut down in February and June 2020, respectively. The idea of ​​establishing an environmental state T0 after the closure of the Fessenheim plant arose with a view to a territorial upgrading. In this context, the issue of aquatic ecotoxicity has become relevant. The fate and effects of certain…
Auteur(s)
Emilie Lerigoleur, Ghita Amal, Fanny Arnaud, Pascal Dayre, Armelle Decaulne, Priscilla Duboz, Samuel Dunesme, Arnaud Jean-Charles, Iwan Le Berre, Mathieu Massaviol, Kristell Michel, Bertrand Morandi, Corinne Pardo, Jean-Claude Raynal, Grzegorz Skupinski, Marie-Laure Trémélo
Type
Communication orale (C-COM)
Congrès
International Symposium of LabExDRIIHM, September 6th-8th, 2021, Toulouse
Portée
Internationale
Dans le cadre du mouvement international de la science ouverte, le projet ANR SO-DRIIHM traite de la structuration, du partage et de l’ouverture des données produites au sein d’un dispositif rassemblant treize observatoires (OHM) du CNRS-INEE : le Dispositif de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur les Interactions Hommes-Milieux soutenu par l’ANR (LabEx DRIIHM 2012-2025). Le projet ANR SO-DRIIHM (octobre 2020 - mars…
Auteur(s)
Caline Ly Keng, Frédérique Berrod, Kenji Fujiki, Dominique Badariotti
Type
Article (ACL)
Revue
Annales de géographie
Portée
Nationale
Les pollutions chroniques et accidentelles des eaux du Rhin les plus importantes sont survenues avec l’avènement des industries chimiques et lourdes. Dès lors, une multitude de textes juridiques (conventions internationales, directives de l’Union européenne, lois, décrets) a été élaborée afin de lutter contre la pollution industrielle. Les intentions de cette contribution sont d’apporter des pistes méthodologiques à l’aide d’outils numériques d’une…
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