March 12, 2019 : Science Sandwich #3"Difficulties of weather forecasting in mountainous regions" - Gilles Brunot, Météo-France Chamonix (conference in French)12:30, Mont-Blanc Observatory
Thursday, April 25, 2019 : General Assembly
CREA Mont-Blanc's annual meeting, 18:30 at the Mont-Blanc Basecamp (Blue Ice), Les Houches
March 30, 2019 : Science Sandwich #4"Indicator Lakes: scientists studying high-elevation alpine lakes" - Jean-Baptiste Bosson, coordinator of the Lacs Sentinelles (indicator lakes) network and manager of scientific projects for Asters - Conservatoire d’espaces naturels de Haute-Savoie.12:30, Mont-Blanc Observatory
Science on high CREA Mont-Blanc's blog
> Date 18/03/2019
Gilles Brunot, director of Météo-France’s Chamonix office was at CREA Mont-Blanc last week for our third Science Sandwich of the year. His presentation helped us understand a little more about what goes into the weather bulletins that we all read in the morning before picking out what to...
> Date 06/03/2019
With its sweeping glaciers and granite spires, the Mont-Blanc massif is often depicted as a symbol of the high-mountain environment, a frozen realm devoid of life. And yet, as the climate in the Alps continues to warm, plants are rapidly moving upslope and gaining ground as glaciers and snowfields...
> Date 04/03/2019
At CREA Mont-Blanc’s last Science Sandwich, Léna Gruas presented the initial results of her PhD on the interactions between recreational mountain users and emblematic fauna. Her multidisciplinary study combines sociology and ecology, and sheds new light on our relationship with ecosystems....
> Date 25/02/2019
“It only takes a few minutes a week….It’s simple. And it brings a little joy.” Patrick has been participating in the Phénoclim program for a year, and agreed to give us some feedback on his experience and tell us what he gets out of the program. Patrick, making observations of the development of...
> Date 30/01/2019
At CREA-Mont-Blanc’s last Science Sandwich, Christophe Randin, ecologist at the Université de Lausanne and curator at the Vaud Canton’s Museum and Botanical Gardens, presented the Alp’s “warrior” plants and their impressive capacity for adaptation. Thanks to refuges...
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