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Seminar 29 may 2024

Investigating nitrogen and phosphorus chemistry in hydrothermal vents and its implications for early life

Eva Stueeken, University of St. Andrews, UK

Wednesday 29 may 2024, 11 PM


Thesis proposal

Emmanuelle Pucéat and Alexandre Pohl (SEDS team) propose a PhD thesis in biogeochemical cycles and marine biodiversity modeling over the last 540 million years. The doctoral student ...

Seminar wednesday 22 may 2024

Unraveling the nanoscale organisation of marine calcifiers using advanced microscopy and spectroscopy

Roland Kröger, professeur à l’université d’York

Mercredi 22 mai à 13 heures en ...

Article published in Current Biology

Local ecological knowledge contributes to the knowledge of tree-frugivore interaction networks in Afrotropical forests

Interaction networks between trees producing fleshy fruits and frugivorous species contributing to seed ...

Seminary tuesday 19 march 2024

Earth System dynamics at the dawn of the animal-rich biosphere

Thomas W. Wong Hearing, University of Leicester, UK (& Thomas H. P. Harvey, Alexandre Pohl, Alex G. ...

Postdoctoral position

Two-year post-doc position in Earth system modeling in Dijon, France

A 2-year postdoctoral position in Earth system modeling is available to work at the Biogeosciences research laboratory ...

Article published in PNAS

How elephants contribute to carbon storage in rainforests

The impacts of megaherbivores, i.e. species reaching a weight of more than 1000 kg, on the structure and functioning ...

Seminar friday 9 december 2022

Environmental DNA (eDNA) as a tool for biodiversity monitoring

Julie Guenat, PhD student at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Friday 9 december 2022 at 11.00 ...

Seminar friday 25 november

Biogeochemistry at the interfaces: mechanisms and applications from dolomites to bio-cement

Maria Dittrich, Earth Sciences Department, University of Toronto

Friday 25 november, 14 h 30,  Thénard amphitheater


Abstract ...

Seminar friday 18 november

Conserving avian diversity in Sub-Saharan human-dominated landscapes

Gabriel Marcacci (Swiss Ornithological Institute, Sempach)

Friday November 18th 2022, 11.00 am, Billet amphitheater


European ...

Article published in Science Advances

A world genomic study shows why invasive species are so successful

Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) is an annual weed species that is native to North America with a ...

Article published in Nature

Plate tectonics controlled ocean oxygenation over the last 540 million years

Ocean oxygenation paced marine biodiversity changes at the geological time scale. It is widely admitted that ...


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