Tuesday, September 14th : Science sandwich #5"CHAMOUNY: using a role-playing game to envision different adaptations to the environmental crisis"With Nicolas Nova, Associate professor at HEAD Geneva and co-founder of the Near Future Laboratory.
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> Date 16/04/2021
Thanks to CREA Mont-Blanc’s camera traps, as many as 20 different species of animal found in the Mont-Blanc range can make their way right into your living room! The challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to identify the animals in the photos and help our researchers analyze the behavior and...
> Date 07/04/2021
To process the huge mass of images generated by camera traps installed around the mountains, CREA Mont-Blanc developed a hybrid system using the expertise of researchers, machine-learning, and citizen science. Currently in the experimentation and developmental phase, it has already allowed us to...
> Date 07/04/2021
CREA Mont-Blanc installed around 40 high altitude cameras which are automatically triggered by movement. In the experimental phase, these new tools for monitoring alpine fauna have generated 150,000 photos per year. Quite promising, to say the least! Lire l’article en français ici ! ...
> Date 22/09/2020
Across France this summer, weather conditions deviated from the norm. Hot (+1.1° C) and dry (-15 % precipitation) weather affected landscapes everywhere, and had a special impact on the mountains. While some areas were particularly impacted by severe drought, which is known to accelerate leaf...
> Date 27/07/2020
Phenoclim is one of the oldest citizen science programs in France. Hundreds of participants with a wide variety of backgrounds and interests observe plant phenology and snow depth, adding their observations to those of researchers, who analyze the results and share the findings with...
ground : 18.4°c air : 13.9°c snow : 0 cm