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de Recherche et d'Enseignement
des Géosciences de l'Environnement

News from CEREGE

2017 ANR: HUMI-17

21 June 2021
[HUMI-17] Past dynamic of continental atmospheric humidity and vegetation: new insights from the triple isotopic composition of oxygen Continental atmospheric relative humidity is a key-climate parameter poorly captured by...

A CLIMAST Virtual Short Course “Climate Change in a complex...

05 May 2021
cours Enseignement Cerege
A CLIMAST Virtual Short Course “Climate Change in a complex society” 4-5 May 2021 The objectives of the CLIMAST project are to create a network of high education institutions involved in climate sciences and impact studies to...

Jeudis du Cerege : The reality, the image and the model

01 April 2021
Jeudis du CEREGE
Sophie Viseur member of the Resources, Reservoirs and Hydrosystems team. In geosciences, images and models are widely used as a support for the understanding and  interpretation of a reality or the synthetic communication of a...

Jeudis du Cerege : Silicon in agriculture: from the field...

11 March 2021
Jean-Dominique Meunier, member of the Sustainable Environment team. Silicon is the second most common element, after oxygen, on the earth's surface and in soils. The beneficial role of this element for the growth of cultivated...

In memory of our friend and colleague, Didier BOURLÈS

03 March 2021
  Didier Bourlès has left us, too fast and much too soon.   It is a trying time for CEREGE, with the loss of a friend and colleague.  An exceptional teacher and scholar, he brought the contagious enthusiasm that we know so well...

Jeudis du Cerege : The interest of dating and high-...

04 February 2021
Magali Rizza, member of the Earth and Planets team. The Tien Shan is one of the most seismically active mountain ranges and is part of the India-Eurasia collision. Many active faults are present but have rarely been associated...

Jeudis du Cerege : Parallel evolution of monsoonal...

03 December 2020
Alexis Licht member of the Climate team. A talk addressing Cenozoic monsoons, India-Asia collision models, geo- bio- atmo-sphere interactions, and surfing primates. Cerege internal webinar : December 3rd, at 1:30 PM  

The water cycle and climate

14 May 2019
Cerege Colloque
Edouard Bard, College de France professor, chair of Climate and Ocean Evolution, and scientist in the CEREGE climate group is organizing on June 21st, 2019 a symposium on water cycle and climate. Chek here the programme....