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environmental geosciences
Research and teaching centre
environmental geosciences

CEREGE at Treize minutes with Julie Aleman

For their new edition, the Thirteen Minutes Marseille meet you on Tuesday 4 April at the Espace Julien in Marseille and in streaming ! An intellectual "browsing" that has made the TED conferences a success. A variety of subjects addressed by speakers from different backgrounds, ranging from the humanities and social sciences to the experimental sciences...

Live translation in French Sign Language at 5pm and 8.30pm.
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Forests, savannahs and people, Julie Aleman (Research Fellow, CEREGE Climate Team)

Tropical forests and savannahs are two important ecosystems for which it is difficult to predict evolution. It is by studying their history over several millennia that it is possible to better understand how they function, particularly in response to changes in climate or human impact. Knowing their history also makes it possible to better orient carbon storage policies by proposing to plant trees in areas that have been deforested and not in savannahs that are several millennia old.

But also on the programme:

The echo of the lights, Thomas Chaigne
Tuna sets the tone, Sophie Gambardella
Defence and illustration of sign language, Melanie Hamm
Bonnie and Clyde, lost hackers, Benjamin Monmege
When the brain music dissonates, the words don't come, Agnès Trébuchon