- Global communication
Leslie Monnier, Communication Officer
- Social networks and website
Catherine Beaussier, librarian
Through its contribution to fundamental advances on understanding the dynamics of the climates, the soils and the evolution of paleo environmentsCEREGE has become theeader at national and European level in these areas, particularly in the southern countries and the Mediterranean.
The CEREGE covers a wide range of topics developed at a very high level of scientific high level and supported by state-of-the-art analytical tools. It is one of the most large laboratories in Earth Sciences at national and international level.
It brings together prestigious sponsorships (CNRS, Aix Marseille University, IRD, Collège de france, INRAé) and complementary, testifying to the strong interest of national organisations in this multidisciplinary laboratory. It also benefits from many national supporters (2 EQUIPEX, 2 LABEX and 2 EQUIPEX +) and has contributed to the creation of two major AMIDEX Institutes: ITEM and ARKAIA.
Over the period 2016-2021, CEREGE has produced 1575 publications in A-ranked journals and 170 book chapters. In the Shanghai ranking by academic subject, Aix-Marseille University (and thus CEREGE) is in the top 100 with the 86th place out of 500 institutions ranked in the Earth Sciences domain of Web of Science.
76% of publications involve partners outside CEREGE: USA (22%), Germany (16%), United Kingdom (15%) and 22% with Brazil, India, Chile, Vietnam, Cameroon, Senegal...