Observation system for quantitative and qualitative parameters measurements of the water masses characteristic in Auvergne in order to observe the long-term evolution of the hydrosystems according to the anthropic and climatic modifications.
This observation system deals with the monitoring of the biological, microphysical and chemical properties of clouds. The aqueous phase of clouds is collected at the Puy de Dôme observatory using the cloud impactors developed at LaMP/OPGC. Biological and chemical analyses are performed in collaboration with the ICCF (Université Clermont Auvergne).
Observation system within France’s National Service for Volcanological Observation (SNOV).The system contributes complete, integrated, data sets for eruptive products from : field studies (i.e., field mapping, outcrop and sample descriptions), textural analysis (i.e., particle size and size distribution, morphology, density, porosity, connectivity, permeability and vesicle and crystal size, distribution, shape and orientation),and chemical data (i.e., bulk and glass chemistry).
CIRAD's xylotheque is one of the most important wood collections of tropical and temperate species available to date. Initiated in 1937 from several small collections that have been gathered since the end of the 19th century for exhibition and demonstration purposes, it is now regularly updated and enriched, particularly in the context of exchanges of specimens with various scientific partner at an international level. Early 2017, the collection consisted of 34,400 wood samples corresponding to...