Field #2:
Territories, Environment, Food

Socioecological & dietary transitions, innovation in agriculture and agribusiness; Territorial management strategies

New atlas of Southern Ocean marine life

Two researchers of university of burguny, Bruno David (also editor) and Thomas Saucède, are two contributors to this collective book : Biogeographic atlas of the southern ocean. Biogeographic information is of fundamental importance for discovering marine biodiversity hotspots, detecting and understanding impacts of environmental changes, predicting future distributions, monitoring biodiversity, or supporting conservation and sustainable […]

Greater knowledge, better climate

Senior Scientist Valérie Masson-Delmotte has carried out comparative studies on climate variation in Greenland. Here, together with collaborators Pablo Ortega and Emilie Gauthier, she discusses their application, and the challenges associated with research on and in Greenland    What are your respective backgrounds in environmental studies and why is your current research centred on climate […]

Agro-ecology – Dijon’s high-speed phenotyping platform

High-tech tools at the service of sustainable agriculture January 7th, 2015 Imagine a huge building, enclosing adjustable greenhouses and climate-controlled chambers within which thousands of plants are growing on automatic conveyer belts, under surveillance by various types of cameras… No big brother has not come to the plant world, you are actually inside Dijon’s High-Speed […]

Holocene changes in environment and climate in the central Mediterranean as reflected by lake and marine records

M. Magny(1) and N. Combourieu Nebout(2) (1)CNRS – UMR6249, Laboratoire Chrono-Environnement, UFR des Sciences et Techniques, 16 Route de Gray, 25030 Besançon, France (2)CNRS – UMR8212, LSCE – Gif-sur-Yvette, Gif-sur-Yvette, France Correspondence to: M. Magny ( Presently considered one of the hot-spots of world biodiversity, the Mediterranean region will probably be largely impacted by the […]