Observatories

OSR Toulouse

The Regional Spatial Observatory (OSR), labeled in 2007 by the National Institute of Sciences of the univers (INSU), is supported by the Center of Spatial Studies of the BIOSPHERE (CESBIO, […]

Dec / 11 / 2017

ObsERA

The Earth surface evolves under the action of geological, chemical, physical, biological and anthropogenic processes involving a wide range of time and length scales (from the meter and the second […]

Jurassic Karst

Objective The Jurassic Karst (JK) scheme in place since 2009 aims to characterise the long-term evolution of the limestone aquifer system of the Jura mountains. Issues The karst’s low filtering […]

FORKARST

FORKARST is an hydrogeological observatory coordinated by Avignon University (UMR 1114 EMMAH) as part of the Network of National Karst Sites (SNO KARST). It gathers two experimental sites at interlinked […]

CRYOBS-CLIM

CRYOBS-CLIM ((The CRYosphère, a CLIMATE Observatory), is labeled in 2015 and is structured around the monitoring of the major components of the cryosphere: mountain glaciers / polar ice caps, snow […]

AMMA-CATCH

AMMA-CATCH is a hydrological and meteorological observatory on West Africa. This national observation service (SNO) is dedicated to long-term monitoring of climatological, hydrological and ecological changes in West Africa. For […]

Dec / 08 / 2017

AgrHys

AgrHyS (response times in AgroHydroSystems), certified as Environment Research Observatory in 2002, is managed by INRA Rennes in collaboration with CNRS and Rennes Universities. It comprises two sites: Kervidy-Naizin in […]

May / 04 / 2017

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