SdV4: Imageries, spectroscopies en applications environnementales (Ecotoxicologie, Sols, Végétaux, milieux aquatiques)

SdV4: Imageries, spectroscopies en applications environnementales (Ecotoxicologie, Sols, Végétaux, milieux aquatiques)

C. Spriet (TISBIO, Lille), A. Jamali (UPJV, Amiens)

Mots clefs : environment, soil, ecology, plants, aquatic environment, light microscopy, electron microscopy, spectroscopy, image analysis

Conférenciers invités : G. Costa (LCSN, Limoges), R. Le Bars (I2BC, Paris Saclay)

Abstract

The theme of this symposium is broad and covering the recent developments and application of microscopy and spectroscopy techniques in environmental sciences, their current challenges and possible solutions. Environmental science is the multidisciplinary study of physical, chemical and biological environments of the earth. The topics therefore, encompass many domains, including soil, water and atmospheric science, ecology, ecotoxicology, plant and animal science, their subdomains, processes and interactions. The diversity and complexity of this field often necessitates a multidisciplinary approach and expertise. The use of various microscopy and spectroscopy techniques contributes to environmental research by providing both qualitative (identification) and quantitative information. This symposium provides an opportunity to present original and exploratory research findings, as well as development, validation, and evaluation of innovative tools or methods in environmental research. Modalities include, but are not limited to, light, fluorescence, and electron microscopy imaging, and associated spectroscopic methods of analysis.

 

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