Before the arrival of Homo sapiens, the temperate forest biome was characterised by extensive open, light vegetation. The extent of open vegetation in European landscapes
On 26 October 2023, Nature Geosciences published "Millennial atmospheric CO2 changes linked to ocean ventilation modes over past 150,000 years". The ventilation of deep ocean waters, rich in carbon, can
Christophe Morhange, associate professor at CEREGE, is the project leader of a ground-breaking Franco-Egyptian study revealing the secrets behind the transport of the granite blocks used to build the
An atmospheric radiocarbon peak measured in tree rings reveals the largest solar flare ever known 14300 years ago A paper published in the Philosophical Transactions
As part of the exhibition "The Camargue between two waters", at the Musée de la Camargue from Oct. 2023 to Oct. 2025, the presentation of a new section entitled "Bras de Fer, un
Soil organic carbon is a key element in soil health, because of its role in soil structure and fertility and in attenuating anthropogenic emissions.
This year we are celebrating 30 years of activity for the cryogenic magnetometer located at the CEREGE Chalet on the Technopole de l'Arbois, home to the Magnetism, Materials and Geophysics platform.
For LSD, Aline Pénitot turns the microphone over to palaeoclimatologists, including Julie Aleman, Clara Bolton, Guillaume Leduc and Lucien Montaggioni from CEREGE. They give voice to ice, rocks, water and the environment.
The collective crystal award recognises teams of men and women, research support staff, who have carried out projects whose technical mastery, collective dimension, applications, innovation and