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ESE - Ecology and Ecosystem Health


ESEminar 2019-04-02

The eco-history of salmon in France

Max Thibault, former Scientist in INRA (aquatic ecology) will tell us the environment history of the of small coastal rivers in Brittany using...
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ESEminar 2019-03-22

Demographic changes in Pacific salmon and their potential drivers and consequences

will be the topic of the next ESEminaire presented by Jan OHLBERGER (School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA,...
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ESEminar 2019-03-19

Sea trout marine migration: end of the mystery?

Céline ARTERO (Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust, UK) will talk about her post-doctoral research as part of the interreg SAMARCH project.
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Next Thesis Defense MO

Thesis Defense of Maxime Olmos

March 22nd 2019, at 13:30, Agrocampus Ouest Rennes, Moule Amphitheatre (B11 bis, 65 Rue de Saint Brieuc)
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ESEminar 2019-03-05

Genetic studies on trout (Salmo trutta) in south west Britain

Andrew King, from the University of Exeter, will talk about his research on the genetics of brown trout
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ESEminar 2019-03-05

Genetic studies on trout (Salmo trutta) in south west Britain

Andrew King, from the University of Exeter, will talk about his research on the genetics of brown trout
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ESEminar 2019-02-26

Explore the causes and consequences of biodiversity

Olivier Dézerald, CR within the CREA team, will present his previous research work. The keywords of this presentation are: community ecology, food...
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A team from the BBC Radio came to visit us on Sélune River

They have prepared two programmes on river dam issues, including interviews of several folks from different countries around the word.
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Next Thesis Defense CD

Thesis Defense of Chrystelle Delord

February 13rd 2019, at 14:00, Agrocampus Ouest Rennes, Moule Amphitheatre
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ESEminar 2019-02-14

Allochronic differentiation in the pine processionary: past, present and future of an atypical population

For this seminar, we take advantage of the stay of Carole Kerdelhé who will present his research work.
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