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COTE stakeholders Forum "Living with biological invasions?"

The second edition of the LabEx COTE Stakeholders forum took place on Friday, September 19, 2014, at the Duguit lecture hall, Law department. This open symposium for sharing and exchanging, to which all the supporters of the issues dealt with by the LabEx COTE were invited, was dedicated to the issue of invasive species.

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Loris Deirmendijian, COTE doctoral student in the Epoc unitLoris Deirmendijian, COTE doctoral student in the Epoc unit

A PhD Student who has followed an unusual path, Loris carries out research for the Leyre CNP project, funded by LabEx COTE. This project brings together the Epoc and Ispa research units and aims to study carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus (CNP) behavior through one of the less well documented interfaces in water catchment areas: the soil-groundwater-river transition zone. His role in the project was primarily to establish a network of 30 sampling stations that represent the diversity of the Leyre catchment area. Samples will be collected from these stations on a monthly basis for two years; the analysis that follows will ultimately enable the project's objectives to be met.

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20/10 : 12hDernière date pour l'appel à projets « Colloques scientifiques » LabEx COTE Année 2014

Afin de soutenir ses unités partenaires dans leurs stratégies de communication et de diffusion de l’information scientifique et technique, le LabEx COTE lance un appel d’offres « colloques scientifiques » avec pour objectif de soutenir les colloques, réunions, conférences, congrès, etc. nationaux et internationaux organisés par les unités partenaires du projet. Dernière date de 2014 pour soumettre votre candidature : lundi 20 octobre à midi. Pour en savoir plus sur l'appel à projets et télécharger le dossier de candidature cliquez sur "lire la suite".

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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


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