Dynamics of the environment and of anthroposystems

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Humankind has become the main factor driving changes in nature. This area of research focuses on the environments within the Mediterranean land/sea continuum and looks at both the natural and anthropic processes that control the marine and sedimentary environments.

The work involves adopting multidisciplinary approaches in chemistry, ecology and geology in order to describe, represent and model the way in which different ecosystems work and are changing under both natural and anthropogenic pressures.

The aim is to play a part in creating an integrated management approach and develop a means of sustainably using natural resources by transferring and sharing the University community's expertise.



RESEARCH UNITS


  • BAE: Biosensors, Analysis, Environnement, project team
  • CEFREM: Centre of Education and Research into Mediterranean Environments, UMR 5110 CNRS-UPVD
  • CRIOBE: Centre of Island Research and Environmental Observatory, USR 3278 CNRS-EPHE-UPVD
  • IMAGES-ESPACE DEV: Modelling and Analysis in Geo-Environment, project team of the UMR 228 IRD-UM-UAG-UR
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Date of update October 13, 2015