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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018




Centre Alpin sur les Réseaux Trophiques et Ecosystèmes Lacustre

Last Publications

[hal-03325076] Major biomass fluctuations in lake food webs – An example in the peri-alpine Lake Annecy

In aquatic ecosystems, young of the year (YOY) fish often exhibit strong interannual fluctuations. Because these fish prey on zooplankton and are...
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[hal-03228200] Phytoplankton community responses to extreme climate events investigated by mesocosm approach

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[hal-03206515] Long‐term warming destabilizes aquatic ecosystems through weakening biodiversity‐mediated causal networks

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[tel-03211075] Évolution des socio-écosystèmes des grands lacs alpins et leurs services écosystémiques à l'épreuve des pollutions.

Les lacs rendent d’innombrables services à la société. Ils représentent l’une des plus importantes sources d’eau potable, constituent des...
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[hal-03025852] Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: Rapid degradation of the world’s large lakes

Large lakes of the world are habitats for diverse species, including endemic taxa, and are valuable resources that provide humanity with many...
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[hal-03025770] Advances in forecasting harmful algal blooms using machine learning models: A case study with Planktothrix rubescens in Lake Geneva

The development of anthropic activities during the 20th century increased the nutrient fluxes in freshwater ecosystems, leading to the eutrophication...
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[hal-03025879] Les surprises du Léman, vues de « l’intérieur »

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La ville de Cannes est connue du monde entier pour son fameux festival du film. Même si tout n’est pas encore parfait, la commune star des Alpes...
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[hal-03145647] Utilisation des coefficients des courbes de Von Bertallanfy pour l’étude de la croissance des medakas (expérimental) et des corégones (in situ dans le Léman) en fonction de facteu

Initialement, l’étude des courbes de croissance en fonction de facteurs biotiques et abiotiques devait être réalisée sur des espèces...
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[hal-03145423] Hydro-acoustique et réservoirs : Validation d’un drone hydroacoustique en réservoir et discrimination de cibles par approche large bande

L’hydro-acoustique est devenue une méthode incontournable de l’évaluation des populations de poissons dans les écosystèmes lacustres et de la...
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