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    OBJECTIF – Mesures des flux de matières d’origine atmosphérique en mer Méditerranée dans le cadre du réseau MOOSE Mesures en réseau avec cap Béar et cap ferrat Le milieu marin est de plus en plus soumis à l’influence anthropique, très directement sur la frange littorale, mais également au large par les retombées atmosphériques qui peuvent se propager très loin. La Méditerranée étant une mer oligotrophe, c’est-à-dire pauvre en élément nutritifs, tout apport d’éléments peut être un facteur de développement biologique significatif. Par contre l’apport de contaminants et de polluants par voie atmosphérique peut être un facteur perturbant ou inhibant l’écosystème. Le site du Frioul offrant l’opportunité de quantité les retombées atmosphériques dans la zone côtière, le Service d’Observation du MIO a proposé d’utiliser ce site pour installer des collecteurs de retombées atmosphériques. Collecteur de retombées atmosphériques sèches et pluies (MTX Italia) installé sur une plateforme dans l’enceinte du sémaphore de Pomègues Un collecteur de type MTX permet de récupérer les retombées sèches et les retombées humides (pluies) séparément. Parallèlement, un système de pompage en continu des aérosols a été mise en place dans la pièce supérieure du sémaphore. Il est composé de pompes à vide reliées à un compteur qui aspire en continu l’air qui est filtré sur un filtre disposé à l’extérieur. La collecte des échantillons est assurée chaque semaine par un opérateur du MIO. Par ailleurs le MIO assure le traitement et l’analyse de la matière récoltée. Les éléments suivants, source de fertilisation du milieu marin sont déterminés : - Azote total - Phosphore total - Carbone total - Formes solubles de l’azote (nitrate, nitrite, ammonium) - Formes solubles du phosphore (orthophosphates) - Formes particulaires de l’azote, du phosphore et du carbone. SITE : Iles de Pomègues - Sémaphore du Frioul PROGRAMME DE RATTACHEMENT - Mediterranean Oceanic Observing System on Environment : MOOSE - Labellisation : SOERE - INSU - Financement : SOERE – INSU – Ville de Marseille RESPONSABLE LOCAL: - Patrick Raimbault DISPONIBLITE DES DONNEES : - Base de données SEDOO: http://mistrals.sedoo.fr/MOOSE/ PARTICIPANTS : - M. Fornier : collecte - V. Lagadec analyses chimiques - P. Raimbault : analyses élémentaires PARTENAIRES - MOOSE - CHARMEX- Ville de Marseille – Parc des îles du Frioul - OSU de Villefranche et de Banyuls

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    Assuming the huge progress achieved in public participatory geographic information system (PPGIS) techniques and its current research gaps, this study aims to explore differences in the perception of spatial distribution of ecosystem services supply and demand between different stakeholders through collaborative mapping. In this case the stakeholders selected included low influence stakeholders (with a high degree of interest on the ecosystem services' state and with a low influence in environmental management). Workshops took place in June 2013 in two regions of Andalusia; overall 29 participants were involved. Water provision was mapped.

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    Assuming the huge progress achieved in public participatory geographic information system (PPGIS) techniques and its current research gaps, this study aims to explore differences in the perception of spatial distribution of ecosystem services supply and demand between different stakeholders through collaborative mapping. In this case the stakeholders selected included high influence stakeholder (with a high degree of interest on the ecosystem services' state and with an important influence into the environmental decision making process). Workshops took place in June 2013 in two regions of Andalusia; overall 29 participants were involved. Two ecosystem services were mapped (recreative hunting and nature tourism).

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    Assuming the huge progress achieved in public participatory geographic information system (PPGIS) techniques and its current research gaps, this study aims to explore differences in the perception of spatial distribution of ecosystem services supply and demand between different stakeholders through collaborative mapping. In this case the stakeholders selected included high influence stakeholder (with a high degree of interest on the ecosystem services' state and with an important influence into the environmental decision making process). Workshops took place in June 2013 in two regions of Andalusia; overall 29 participants were involved. Two ecosystem services were mapped (recreative hunting and nature tourism).

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    Electrical production simulated with an empirical solar panel model.

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    AcoustRivNN proposes to develop a system to estimate the flow and the granulometry of the sediment transport in a river from the acoustic pressure generated by the latter using methods from artificial intelligence. The estimation of the sediment flow carried by water, in rivers or estuaries, is a crucial issue for the management of the latter, allowing to carry out scientific studies, restoration or prevention projects, as well as operational works. Given the lack of effective methods to estimate the flow of sediment, the AcoustRivNN project proposes to provide a "proof of concept" by developing an original system based on deep learning to estimate the flow of coarse sediments from the simple acoustic pressure generated by the latter and measured by hydrophones. The originality of this project lies, in particular, in its interdisciplinary aspect proposing to adapt methods from artificial intelligence particularly effective in many applied fields. This project, which is part of the transversal axis 2: "Observations/information systems/modeling" of the ECCOREV federation, is structured in two phases: - Phase I proposes to build an acoustic database referenced in the laboratory necessary for the training of a neural network. - Phase II aims to develop a neural network model to characterize the acoustics of sediment flow. DOI: https://doi.org/10.34930/dc3225de-ef03-4134-927e-2347d75d8b41 Citation: Gassier, G., Michal, T., & Dussouillez, P. (2022). AcoustRivNN : flow and the granulometry of the sediment transport in a river from acoustic pressure [Data set]. CEREGE UMR 7330 CNRS. https://doi.org/10.34930/DC3225DE-EF03-4134-927E-2347D75D8B41

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    Assuming the huge progress achieved in public participatory geographic information system (PPGIS) techniques and its current research gaps, this study aims to explore differences in the perception of spatial distribution of ecosystem services supply and demand between different stakeholders through collaborative mapping. In this case the stakeholders selected included low influence stakeholders (with a high degree of interest on the ecosystem services' state and with a low influence in environmental management). Workshops took place in June 2013 in two regions of Andalusia; overall 29 participants were involved. Two ecosystem services were mapped (freshwater and energy).

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    Assuming the huge progress achieved in public participatory geographic information system (PPGIS) techniques and its current research gaps, this study aims to explore differences in the perception of spatial distribution of ecosystem services supply and demand between different stakeholders through collaborative mapping. In this case the stakeholders selected included high influence stakeholder (with a high degree of interest on the ecosystem services' state and with an important influence into the environmental decision making process). Workshops took place in June 2013 in two regions of Andalusia; overall 29 participants were involved. Two ecosystem services (water provision and energy) were mapped.

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    Assuming the huge progress achieved in public participatory geographic information system (PPGIS) techniques and its current research gaps, this study aims to explore differences in the perception of spatial distribution of ecosystem services supply and demand between different stakeholders through collaborative mapping. In this case the stakeholders selected included low influence stakeholders (with a high degree of interest on the ecosystem services' state and with a low influence in environmental management). Workshops took place in June 2013 in two regions of Andalusia; overall 29 participants were involved. Food from agriculture and livestock were mapped.

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    Observing physical-biological coupling at the submesoscale thanks to innovative methodologies for sampling in situ at high resolution. The scientific objectives of the project OSCAHR (Observing Submesoscale Coupling At High Resolution) are to characterize a submesoscale structure and to study its influence on the distribution of biogenic elements and the structure and dynamics of the first trophic levels associated with it. The strategy is based on an adaptive satellite-based approach and on the use of very recent or new instruments allowing to sample the surface layer at high spatial and temporal frequency. The original set of multidisciplinary data will allow to validate measurements from remote sensing (radar altimetry, ocean color, reconstitution of planktonic assemblages) in coastal areas. ----- Les objectifs scientifiques du projet OSCAHR (Observing Submescale Coupling At High Resolution) sont de caractériser une structure dynamique de sous-mesoéchelle et d'étudier son influence sur la distribution des éléments biogènes et sur la structure et la dynamique des premiers niveaux trophiques qui lui sont associés. Notre méthodologie comprend l'utilisation de nouvelles plateformes d'observation pour l'échantillonnage de la couche superficielle de l'océan à une fréquence spatiale et temporelle élevée. En particulier, un MVP (Moving Vessel Profiler) est déployé avec des capteurs CTD, Fluorescence et LOPC (Laser Optical Particle Counter) et une nouvelle version du cytomètre automatisé en flux est installée pour l'échantillonnage en temps réel et à haut débit des groupes fonctionnels phytoplanctoniques, du microphytoplancton aux tocyanobactéries (dont le Prochlorococcus). Deux sources d'eau de mer ont été utilisées dans l'OSCAHR : en plus de la prise d'eau de surface à bord, un nouveau système de pompage est développé et testé afin d'échantillonner la colonne d'eau supérieure à une résolution d'un mètre.