center for synthesis
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Global Evaluation of the Impacts of Storms on freshwater Habitat and structure of phytoplankton Assemblages

 

Coordinator: Orlane Anneville - INRA (France)

13 participants: Gaël Dur - Shizuoka University (Japan); Sami Souissi - University of Lille 1 (France); François Schmitt - CNRS (France); Patrick Venail - Institut Forel, University of Geneva (Switzerland); Jason Stockwell - University of Vermont (USA); Emily Nodine - University of Vermont (USA); Nico Salmaso - IASMA (Italie); Chih-hao Hsieh - National Taiwan University (Taiwan); Marc Lajeunesse - University of South Florida (USA); Rita Adrian - Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (Germany); Dietmar Straile - University of Konstanz (Germany); James Rusak - Dorset Environmental Science Centre (Canada); Aleksandra Lewandowska - Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (Germany).

The GEISHA project brings together experts in theoretical ecology, aquatic ecology, limnology, biodiversity, plankton taxonomy impact of extreme events, climate change, statistical analysis, series-temporal meta-analysis, Bayesian approaches, turbulence and nonlinear variability analysis, and multivariate modeling.

GEISHA is cofinanced by the John Wesley Powell Center for analysis and synthesis, Colorado, USA.PowellCenter emblem 11

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Retrospective Analysis of Antarctic Tracking data to identify areas of ecological significance in the Antarctic

Project leader: Yan Ropert-Coudert,  CNRS UMR, Chizé, France (CNRS - Université La Rochelle) (yan.ropert-coudert@cebc.cnrs.fr)

Participants :  Horst Bornemann, Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany; Jean-Benoît Charrassin, LOCEAN, CNRS, National Natural History Museum, University of Pierre and Marie Curie, France; Bruno Danis, Free University of Brussells, Belgium; Mark Hindell, University of Tasmania, Australia; Luis Huckstadt, University of California, Santa Cruz, United States of America; Ian Jonsen, Macquarie University, Australia; Ben Raymond, Australian Antarctic Division, Australia; Philipp Trathan, British Antarctic Survey United Kingdom; Anton Van de Putte, Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Science, Belgium; David Thompson, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd., New Zealand; Leigh Torres, Oregon State University, United States of America.