Agenda AMAP



 Evénements à venir

Juin
25
11h00 - 12h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Ant-plant interactions in the Amazon rainforest. A brief overview of certainties and new questions

Rafael CARDENAS 

biological organization. They allow organisms to thrive in otherwise marginal habitats, reduce competition, exploit new niches, and buffer against environmental variability. A classic example is the relationship between ants and plants (myrmecophytes), where ants are attracted to specific plant structures (e.g., food bodies, extrafloral nectaries, ... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201 + visioconférence

Juin
27
10h00 - 1h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Vulnerability and dynamics of plant biodiversity under drought stress, a multi-scale approach

Santiago TRUEBA SANCHEZ 

Ongoing climate change is disrupting terrestrial ecosystems globally. Among the multiple impacts of climate change on biodiversity, the increase in the frequency and intensity of droughts leads to a dieback of vegetation, as well as a reduction in its capacity to capture atmospheric CO2. In this talk, I will provide an overview of my research, whic... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201 + visioconférence

Juin
28
14h00 - 15h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Contribution de la géophysique pour l'étude des écosystèmes forestiers

CARRIERE Simon 

Simon nous présentera une partie de ses travaux de recherches mêlant des approches classiques de l’hydrogéologie quantitative avec de la géophysique, de l’isotopie, de l’écologie fonctionnelle ou encore des approches tirées de l’hydrologie spatiale pour caractériser l’eau disponible pour les arbres en milieu forestier. Il a notamm... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201 + visioconférence

Juillet
05
11h00 - 12h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Will the plasticity in hydraulic traits minimize the climate vulnerability of Afromontane tree species? Insights from an elevational gradient experiment in Rwanda

ZIEGLER Camille 

The ability of tree species to survive rapid climate disruption will rely on their ability to shift their distribution range or tolerate newly emerging growing conditions. There is evidence that tropical montane forest tree communities are experiencing thermophilisation, the process by which heat- and drought-loving species increase in abundance in... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201 + visioconférence

Juillet
09
14h00 - 17h00
Soutenance - HDR

From leaf to satellite, dynamics and functioning of tropical vegetation

Nicolas BARBIER 

The main objective of my research is to understand tropical vegetation dynamics at spatial (landscape, region...) and temporal (season-decade) scales relevant to the management, conservation and mechanistic modeling of these systems under the effect of climatic and anthropogenic forcings. The link between the architecture and functioning of plants ... [Lire la suite...]

Amphithéâtre de la Délégation Régionale IRD-Occitanie, Montpellier + visioconférence

 Evénements récents passés

Juin
13
11h00 - 12h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

The human-made forest : evaluating the impact of historical human activity on the present-day floristic composition of rainforest in western Central Africa

KLEIN Jan Lukas 

The main objective of my research is to understand tropical vegetation dynamics at spatial (landscape, region...) and temporal (season-decade) scales relevant to the management, conservation and mechanistic modeling of these systems under the effect of climatic and anthropogenic forcings. The link between the architecture and functioning of plants ... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201

Mai
30
11h00 - 12h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Ecological Resilience of the largest savanna biome: Cerrado in Brazil

GOPALAKRISHNA Trisha 

The main objective of my research is to understand tropical vegetation dynamics at spatial (landscape, region...) and temporal (season-decade) scales relevant to the management, conservation and mechanistic modeling of these systems under the effect of climatic and anthropogenic forcings. The link between the architecture and functioning of plants ... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201

Mai
22
15h00 - 18h00
Soutenance - Thèse

Conservation des crocodiliens : intérêt de l’approche de la conservation communautaire et apport des drones comme nouvel outil d’inventaire et de suivi de populations

AUBERT Clément 

The main objective of my research is to understand tropical vegetation dynamics at spatial (landscape, region...) and temporal (season-decade) scales relevant to the management, conservation and mechanistic modeling of these systems under the effect of climatic and anthropogenic forcings. The link between the architecture and functioning of plants ... [Lire la suite...]

Amphithéâtre Jacques Alliot, Cirad, Montpellier

Mai
07
14h00 - 15h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Analysing resilience of beech tree to recurrent extreme drought events through ring growth, wood anatomy and stable isotopes

ZHANG Guangqi 

The main objective of my research is to understand tropical vegetation dynamics at spatial (landscape, region...) and temporal (season-decade) scales relevant to the management, conservation and mechanistic modeling of these systems under the effect of climatic and anthropogenic forcings. The link between the architecture and functioning of plants ... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201

Avril
18
11h00 - 12h00
Séminaire AMAP - Résultats & Programmes

Advances for plant functional ecology: the importance of the phyllosphere and the concept of holobiont

ROSADO Bruno 

The main objective of my research is to understand tropical vegetation dynamics at spatial (landscape, region...) and temporal (season-decade) scales relevant to the management, conservation and mechanistic modeling of these systems under the effect of climatic and anthropogenic forcings. The link between the architecture and functioning of plants ... [Lire la suite...]

PS 2 salle 201