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Major Seminar: Lars-Eric Heimburger-Boavida (MIO)

9 March, 13:15, Amphithéâtre Pasteur, CEREGE Arbois " Mercury budgets telling stories " Abstract: The seminar will be about mercury and methylmercury budgets, starting from a small but relevant basin, the Arctic Ocean,

Major Seminar: Frédéric Rees (AgroParitech)

9 February, 13:15, Amphithéâtre Pasteur, CEREGE Arbois "Measuring and modelling the spatial and temporal distribution of rhizodeposition along roots" Summary: Rhizodeposits - i.e. all organic matter

www.cerege.fr has a new look!

After several months of development, the CEREGE is proud to present its new website on Friday 20 January 2022, a showcase that we hope will be faithful to our research, our teaching

Congratulations to our researchers!

A young researcher's prize for work on the understanding of ancient paleogeographical and climatic changes and two researcher's allowances from the City of Marseille awarded to Ceregians in

Research and Education Centre international multidisciplinary, the CEREGE covers almost all the Environmental Geosciences, from Martian mineralogy to water treatment, via tectonics, paleoclimatology, geochemistry, physical chemistry and process analysis, with a common objective for all these disciplines: to study the dynamics of environmental processes and their disturbances under natural or anthropogenic constraints. 

Centre of excellence by its skills human and its instrumental skillsCEREGE's research is supported by laboratories and analytical platforms, inter-team collaborations and a broad network of national and international collaborations. The thematic teams are supported by state-of-the-art laboratories, a multiple and complementary field of expertiseThe project combines field observation techniques with analytical experimentation and numerical modelling.

The CEREGE offers training courses of the UFR Sciences and the OSU Institut Pythéas from the Licence to the Master and Doctorate levels. 

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Julie LOSEN
DOCTORANT
One month on the fieldwork in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan with Julie Losen.

Sampling trees and lakes to recover the memory of their environment, mapping sites to prevent landslide risks, teaming up with NATO to define the region's hazards... These were the missions and challenges this summer for a whole team around Julie, a PhD student at CEREGE.

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