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Journées scientifiques annuelles BASC 2017

Les journées annuelles du LabEx se sont tenues les 3 et 4 mai 2017 à l'AgroParisTech, Paris 5e. Elles ont été l'occasion de faire un bilan de la 1ère phase du LabEx (2013-2016 : cinq projets phares de la 1ère phase de BASC, deux projets Innovation en partenariat, quinze projets émergents et actions de formation) et d'apporter un éclairage extérieur sur des thématiques clés du LabEx (périurbain, scénarios d'usage des terres et sécurité alimentaire, agroécologie).

Vous trouverez ci-dessous les présentations faites au cours de ces journées :

Session posters Projets émergents et réseaux

  • BIOPRO - Activité BIOlogique et porosité du sol sous l’effet d’apports de Produits Résiduaires Organiques - Céline PELOSI & David MONTAGNE (ECOSYS),
  • DYNAMIQUES - Dynamique de la biodiversité et des services écosystémiques pendant le développement péri-urbain -  Emmanuelle BAUDRY (ESE)
  • EVOFUNGI - Assessing the evolvability of a pathogenic fungus in the context of global change - Anne GENISSEL (BIOGER)
  • InSPRED - Hierarchical models for insect distribution in Africa - Stéphane DUPAS (EGCE)
  • KitSOL - Un kit d’analyse du sol au service des écosystèmes vivants - Christian Mougin (ECOSYS)
  • MACMINE - Impact de la MACrofaune sur la MINEralisation du carbone des sols : mise au point d’un modèle simple et paramétré - Patricia GARNIER (ECOSYS)
  • MOTUS - MOdeling of Temperature in Urban and periurban Systems - Patrick STELLA (SADAPT)
  • SEPTOVAR - Réponses de populations locales de Zymoseptoria tritici aux variations spatiales de deux facteurs agro-environnementaux - température et résistance variétale - et estimation de leur potentiel d’adaptation aux changements globaux -  Frédéric SUFFERT (BIOGER)
  • SOCSENSIT - Spatial dynamics of topsoil Organic Carbon with remote SENSIng for croplands enriched with organic urban wastes over Time - Emmanuelle VAUDOUR (ECOSYS)
  • SOLTER - Evaluation des services écosystémiques rendus par les sols à l’échelle d’un territoire urbain et péri-urbain - Sabine HOUOT & Claire CHENU (ECOSYS)
  • SPARTACUS - Surface, PARTicules, Ammoniac, zones Cultivées et périUrbaineS - Erwan PERSONNE (ECOSYS)
  • Tplus 3 - Assessing processes, methods and variables for the Potential Mediterraneanization of socio-ecosystems in Western Europe -  Juan FERNANDEZ (ESE)
  • Réseau EcoBASC, le réseau des écotoxicologues de BASC
  • Réseau HTS - High Throughput Sequencing

Les journées se sont terminées sur une table ronde autour de « Perspectives - quelles voies de recherches doit-on continuer à explorer dans BASC et comment ? », dans la perspective d'une possible reconduite du LabEx en 2020.