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EABX - Aquatic ecosystems and global changes

The Esturial, diatom, sturgeon, experiment station © Irstea - P. Camoin, A. Marquot, M. Coste, E. Rochard

  • Department : Eaux
  • Center : Bordeaux

Research carried out by the Aquatic Ecosystems and Global Change unit aims to provide knowledge, build methods and improve tools to define and understand the status and dynamics of continental aquatic ecosystems (estuaries, lakes, rivers) by evaluating the response of these ecosystems or species (diadromous migratory fish and aquatic plants) to man-made pressures (fishing, environmental fragmentation, contamination, climate change) such as as restoration measures. The team is looking to identify areas of viability for these different systems in order to support public decision-making bodies with the aim of taking back ownership of the ecosystems and conserving threatened species.
These studies will support the development of an engineering field that can:

  • evaluate the ecological status of bodies of water:
    • estuaries (transitional waters) based on fish communities
    • rivers and lakes, based on aquatic plants
  • restoring diadromous migratory fish species (in particular, eels, shad, sturgeons and salmon) by developing relevant conservation biology methods.

Actualités

WSCS World Sturgeon Conservation Society General assembly in Bordeaux on the 6th of April

At this occasion a workshop on “Post-release monitoring strategies in sturgeon restoration programs” is organized. The workshop will be held on the 6th of April from 8:30 am to 4 pm and will be followed by the WSCS General assembly 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

Program

Organization

 

Teams

CARMA

Anthropogenic Contaminants and Responses of Aquatic Environments

Three people in a boat pulling up primroses

FEE

Estuary Ecosystem Function (FEE)

PMA

Diadromous Migratory Fish (PMA)

Three photos representing sturgeon, shad and sea lamprey

Permanent staff for shared service departments

BALLION Bernard, sailor on The Esturial
BIGOT Jean-François, captain of the research vessel The Esturial
CHEVRE Patrick, manager of the experiment station
DANSIN Valérie, research contract and budget manager
FISCHER Serge, quality control
GAZEAU-NADIN Christine, quality assurance manager for the research unit
GESSET Charline, quality assurance manager for the experiment station
GREGOIRE Jean-Claude, metrology
HALGAND Isabelle, administrative assistant
MAZZELLA DI BOSCO Nicolas, chemistry laboratory manager
MOREIRA Aurélie, quality assurance manager for the chemistry laboratory
PIERRE Maud, statistics and data analysis
POULAIN Daniel, ingénieur
QUINTON Eric, database administrator
ROCHARD Eric, director of the research unit
RODRIGUER Catherine, administrative assistant
STRICKER Anne-Emmanuelle, engineer agriculture and environnemental

Equipment

The Esturial

The Esturial

 

Other research vessels

Six research vessels are shown

 

Experiment station at Saint-Seurin-sur-L'Isle

Irstea experiment station at St-Seurin-sur-l'isle

 

Ichthyology laboratory

Ichthyology laboratory, photo of equipment

Water chemistry laboratory

Hydrobiology laboratories

Research unit director

Éric Rochard
+ 33 (0)5 57 89 08 13
Personal web page

Eric Rochard, Director of the EABX research unit

Contacts

Assistants
Isabelle Halgand
+33 (0)5 57 89 01 94

Catherine Rodriguer
+33 (0)5 57 89 01 61

Research contracts
Valérie Dansin
+33 (0)5 57 89 09 88

Read publications by the EABX research unit