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Axe Environnements continentaux , Axe Télédétection Géomatique


Programmes internationaux

Programmes nationaux

  • ANR MAGNUM | 2017-2020

    The loss and habitat fragmentation are major threats to biodiversity and, incidentally, for the stability and existence of human society. The domination of nature by modern western societies is expressed by the transformation and simplification of landscape matrix which can cause disruptions in processes and degradation of ecosystem services. In this context, protected areas have been designed as a cornerstone of the conservation of wildlife and flora but failed at the same time to consider the many cases of coexistence and co-evolution of humans and wildlife. In addition, these protective islands overshadow the ecological importance of infill matrices which are yet subservient, for example, to animal migrations, which provide major ecological functions. The conclusion therefore is that of a need to design new management approaches based on novel ways to perceive and to coexist with nature. The challenge is to better understand the causes and consequences of the transformations of the landscape, in particular seeking to reveal how ecological and social processes overlap and impact each other’s. This challenge is significant because of (i) the complex nature of the systems studied, (ii) uncertainties within it, and (iii) the complex set of scales and interdependencies. The challenge is to learn to manage the processes while considering the aforementioned elements rather than imposing standardized requirements (eg. maximum sustainable yield). Magnum is a science involved project that aims to address some of these issues from a case study that puts at its heart the fieldwork, interdisciplinarity, collaboration, and modeling.

    Responsable :

    François MIAHLE (McF – UMR EVS, Lyon)

    Participants LETG : HOUET Thomas

    Équipes de recherche : Axe Télédétection Géomatique

  • ANR HYEP | 2014-2018

    Ce projet a pour objectif de disposer d’outils permettant de caractériser le milieu urbain afin d’en étudier l’évolution et l’impact induit sur son environnement. Ces outils (base de données morpho-spectrales, algorithmes de détection de changement, fusion HS+Pan pour tirer profit de la diversité spectrale des images HS, tout en atteignant une résolution spatiale satisfaisante) nous permettent de préciser les besoins, d’exploiter le potentiel de Hypxim, tout en affinant les spécifications pour une telle mission.

    Responsable :

    Christiane WEBER (DR – UMR TETIS, Montpellier)

    Participants LETG : HOUET Thomas

    Équipes de recherche : Axe Environnements continentaux, Axe Télédétection Géomatique

    Financeur : ANR

    Voir en ligne : Hyperspectral Imagery for Environmental Urban Planning

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