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Laboratoire des sciences du climat et de l'environnement - DRF

Présentation du laboratoire

Le LSCE s'organise en 16 équipes autour de trois grands thèmes scientifiques :
- Archives et Traceurs
- Cycles Biogéochimiques et Transferts dans l'Environnement
- Climat et Cycles, Modélisation de leurs variabilités et de leurs interactions.
Les équipements développés dans le laboratoire font écho à ceux déjà présents dans les plateformes et permettent aux chercheurs de faire le lien entre la modélisation et l'observation, sur la thématique du climat et de l'environnement notamment en partenariat avec l'institut de recherche pour le développement.

Les 20 dernières publications

Titre Auteurs Date de publication Source
Global socioeconomic exposure of heat extremes under climate change P. Ciais 20/12/2020 Journal of Cleaner Production
Province-level fossil fuel CO<inf>2</inf> emission estimates for China based on seven inventories Bo Zheng 20/12/2020 Journal of Cleaner Production
A 4.5 Year-Long Record of Svalbard Water Vapor Isotopic Composition Documents Winter Air Mass Origin Benedicte Minster, E. Fourre, Amaelle Landais, ... 16/12/2020 Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
Investigating the relationships between chemical element concentrations and discharge to improve our understanding of their transport patterns in rural catchments under subtropical climate conditions Sophie Ayrault, Olivier Evrard 15/12/2020 Science of the Total Environment
Yearlong measurements of monoterpenes and isoprene in a Mediterranean city (Athens): Natural vs anthropogenic origin Valérie Gros, Bernard Bonsang 15/12/2020 Atmospheric Environment
Elevation dependence of drought legacy effects on vegetation greenness over the Tibetan Plateau Dan Zhu 15/12/2020 Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
Climate variability during MIS 20–18 as recorded by alkenone-SST and calcareous plankton in the Ionian Basin (central Mediterranean) Frank Bassinot, Sébastien Nomade 15/12/2020 Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
New technique for high-precision, simultaneous measurements of CH<inf>4</inf>, N<inf>2</inf>O and CO<inf>2</inf>concentrations; Isotopic and elemental ratios of N<inf>2</inf>, O<inf>2</inf>and Ar; and total air content in ice cores by wet extraction Anaïs Orsi 15/12/2020 Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
Quantifying CO<inf>2</inf>emissions of a city with the Copernicus Anthropogenic CO<inf>2</inf>Monitoring satellite mission G. Broquet 15/12/2020 Atmospheric Measurement Techniques
A decade of GOSAT Proxy satellite CH4 observations Frédéric Chevallier 14/12/2020 Earth System Science Data
Southern Ocean upwelling, Earth's obliquity, and glacial-interglacial atmospheric CO2 change Elisabeth Michel 11/12/2020 Science
Recent global decline of CO2 fertilization effects on vegetation photosynthesis P. Ciais, Nicolas Vuichard, Daniel S. Goll, ... 11/12/2020 Science
Global Carbon Budget 2020 Frédéric Chevallier, P. Ciais, Nicolas Vuichard, ... 11/12/2020 Earth System Science Data
Overturning circulation, nutrient limitation, and warming in the Glacial North Pacific William R. Gray 09/12/2020 Science Advances
Natural gas shortages during the "coal-to-gas" transition in China have caused a large redistribution of air pollution in winter 2017 Bo Zheng 08/12/2020 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Satellite-based estimates of decline and rebound in China’s CO<inf>2</inf> emissions during COVID-19 pandemic Frédéric Chevallier, G. Broquet, Bo Zheng, ... 02/12/2020 Science Advances
The shift of phosphorus transfers in global fisheries and aquaculture P. Ciais, Daniel S. Goll, Yuanyuan Huang, ... 01/12/2020 Nature Communications
The Red Sea Deep Water is a potent source of atmospheric ethane and propane J. D. Paris 01/12/2020 Nature Communications
Forest management in southern China generates short term extensive carbon sequestration P. Ciais 01/12/2020 Nature Communications
Future continental summer warming constrained by the present-day seasonal cycle of surface hydrology Robert Vautard 01/12/2020 Scientific Reports