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environmental geosciences
Research and teaching centre
environmental geosciences


A manifesto for eco-responsibility at CEREGE

One of the major challenges that the new CEREGE management has set itself during its term of office is the unit's eco-responsible transition Clarify, optimise, co-construct - these are the key words from now on, in particular

Aix-Marseille Engineering Sciences Olympiad

On Monday 13 May, the academic final of the Engineering Science Olympiad will be held at the Arbois-Méditerranée environmental technology park. The event is organised by the UPSTI association and volunteer teachers, in conjunction with the Technopole de l'Environnement Arbois-Méditerranée.

Earthquakes, architects of the landscape

In Italy, landscapes reveal the history of earthquakes In recent years, central Italy has been hit by major earthquakes, including two particularly deadly ones in 2009 and 2016. Visit

Microplastics in the Bay of Marseille

Influence of the Rhone River intrusion on microplastic distribution in the Bay of Marseille, Alcaïno et al, 2024, Regional Studies in Marine Science The ubiquitous contamination of environmental matrices by

Reception of ATTOMAP 310 at CEREGE

As part of the IMAGINE2 project (national platform for IMagery and Analysis to Guide Innovation in the Face of Environmental and Energy Transition), CEREGE is currently hosting ATTOMAP 310,

Research and Education Centre international multidisciplinary, the CEREGE covers almost all the Environmental Geosciences, with one objective: to study the dynamics of environmental processes and their disturbances under natural or anthropogenic constraints. 

"The CEREGE, with 278 staff, including 138 permanent staff, is a major research unit in the French scientific landscape. HCERES 2023

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. 

Joël Guiota palaeoclimatologist at CEREGE and author of the IPCC's special report on +1.5°C warming, helped to develop the SimOn