IRD has made public and free data gathered in West Africa’s estuarine, lagoon and continental ecosystems.
A report synthesize the current knowledge from oceanic and atmospheric sciences about the El Niño -Southern Oscillation, one of the most influential weather phenomenon over the world.
The use of antibiotics in aquaculture is likely to increase with climate change, leading to the emergence of more resistant bacteria.
How can marine areas to be protected be most effectively defined by reconciling several SDGs?
A recent work shows that the total water stock in Lake Chad has been increasing over the past 13 years. This is encouraging because the lake concentrates environmental, economic and political issues.
Appropriate agricultural practices reduce greenhouse gas emissions and store carbon in the soil.
A new numerical model of the tropical Atlantic, integrating for the first time the significant role of tides on the Amazon plume, will provide a better understanding of the river’s impacts on oceanic circulation and on climate.
A newly described atmospheric mechanism explains the recent evolution of the rains falling on the heights of Peru and Bolivia and shows that damage to the Amazon rainforest could affect the Andean rains.
The Sustainable Research and Innovation 2020 Congress (SRI2020), of which IRD is a partner, will be held from 14th to 17th June 2020 in Brisbane, Australia. The call for papers is now open. On this occasion, “popcorn sessions“ and “demonstration sessions“ will be organised to allow different audiences to learn and exchange on the latest…
The first Memorandum of Understanding for the organization of IYBSSD 2022 was signed in Paris on Thursday 16th January 2020 by Jean-Paul Moatti, President and CEO of IRD, and Michel Spiro, President of IUPAP. This signature took place after a lunch with some French science journalists, who had confronted transport difficulties in the French capital.…