Université de Bordeaux
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2014 Science Festival:

Mario Lepage (Irstea) had everyone enthralled while demonstrating the impacts of low oxygen level in water on fish - Photo credits LabEx COTEMario Lepage (Irstea) had everyone enthralled while demonstrating the impacts of low oxygen level in water on fish - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Pierre Labadie (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) showing the stomach contents of a meager fish - Photo credits LabEx COTEPierre Labadie (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) showing the stomach contents of a meager fish - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Jérémy Lobry (Irstea) challenged Julien Dumercq (LabEx COTE) to the game of the processionary caterpillar, specifically designed for the village of science - Photo credits LabEx COTEJérémy Lobry (Irstea) challenged Julien Dumercq (LabEx COTE) to the game of the processionary caterpillar, specifically designed for the village of science - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Gabriel Munoz (Epoc) presenting food webs - in Spanish - Photo credits LabEx COTEGabriel Munoz (Epoc) presenting food webs - in Spanish - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Gabriel Munoz (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) extracting prawns from the stomach of a meager fish, Who eats whom workshop - Photo credits LabEx COTEGabriel Munoz (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) extracting prawns from the stomach of a meager fish, Who eats whom workshop - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Xavier Chevillot (Irstea) explaining the fate of contaminants in food webs - Photo credits LabEx COTEXavier Chevillot (Irstea) explaining the fate of contaminants in food webs - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Pierre Labadie (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) performing dissection - Photo credits LabEx COTEPierre Labadie (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) performing dissection - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Who eats whom? Analyzing the stomach contents of a fish - Photo credits LabEx COTEWho eats whom? Analyzing the stomach contents of a fish - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Pierre Labadie (Epoc) and Jérémy Lobry (Irstea) at the food web workshop - Photo credits LabEx COTEPierre Labadie (Epoc) and Jérémy Lobry (Irstea) at the food web workshop - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Henri Etcheber (Epoc) presenting Arcachon Bay  zooplankton - Photo credits LabEx COTEHenri Etcheber (Epoc) presenting Arcachon Bay zooplankton - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Why is there less oxygen in water? Mario Lepage (Irstea)'s explanations - Photo credits LabEx COTEWhy is there less oxygen in water? Mario Lepage (Irstea)'s explanations - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Learning about zooplankton with Henri Etcheber (Epoc) - Photo credits LabEx COTELearning about zooplankton with Henri Etcheber (Epoc) - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Lecture by Antoine Nowaczyk - Photo credits LabEx COTELecture by Antoine Nowaczyk - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Questions relating to the processionary caterpillar, BioGeCo stand - Photo credits LabEx COTEQuestions relating to the processionary caterpillar, BioGeCo stand - Photo credits LabEx COTE
"Biodiversity as a forest sentinel" stand (BioGeCo) - Photo credits LabEx COTE"Biodiversity as a forest sentinel" stand (BioGeCo) - Photo credits LabEx COTE
Pierre Labadie (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) at the dissection workshop - Photo credits LabEx COTEPierre Labadie (Epoc) and Claire Gouny (LabEx COTE) at the dissection workshop - Photo credits LabEx COTE
The fish dissection workshop was a great success - Photo credits LabEx COTEThe fish dissection workshop was a great success - Photo credits LabEx COTE
One of the many attractions of the weekend - Photo credits LabEx COTEOne of the many attractions of the weekend - Photo credits LabEx COTE


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