ALTER-Net High Impact Action

This video is a product of the ALTER-Net High Impact Action entitled “From meta-system theory...
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ALTER-Net High Impact Action

Bernhard Statzner

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Bernhard Statzner

ISE2020 Web-Seminar (November 23-24, 2020)

  More details on ISE2020 website 13th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics The symposium is jointly...
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ISE2020 Web-Seminar (November 23-24, 2020)

Irstea and INRA become INRAE

On 1 January 2020, the National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) and the National Institute...
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Irstea and INRA become INRAE
EcoFlowS team

The EcoFlowS team develops, test and transfers tools for predicting the ecological consequences of the management and the restoration of stream physical habitats (hydrology, hydraulics, temperature, substrate, intermittency). We target quantitative results that are transferable across a wide range of ecosystems and have quantified uncertainties. For this purpose, we use a comparative approach of biological dynamics and trends (fish, macro-invertebrates, other groups) in a wide range of systems, from steep mountain streams to large rivers and intermittent streams.

Multiple spatial and temporal scales are involved in our approaches, with the aim of :

  1. better understanding the causal mechanisms that drive individual behaviour, and
  2. predicting the consequences of these mechansims at the larger scale of population and communities, in stream reaches and networks.

Contact us: Thibault DATRY

Field – based developments

Predictive Management Tools

Long term tests of predictions

 

Global coordinated experiment : 1000 intermittent rivers project

Join our international network: Today, 115 collaborators from 28 countries and >250 rivers considered… and it’s expanding! Participate to BiodiversIRES, our second coordinated, global experiment!

PhD Opportunity

CPOM and GHG emission dynamics from intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: a river-network perspective