Conferences

Interactions between surface and deep critical zone: case of South India ecosystems and agrosystems

One of the major interests of long-term critical zone observatories is to study and model the interactions between the different compartments that compose the critical zone, and in particular the feedback loops between surface and deep critical zone that affect the hydrological and geochemical cycles. The importance of these feedbacks was illustrated by salient results […]

01.11.2021

M-TROPICS catchments introduced at the Cyberseminar Series of CUAHSI: “Introduction to critical zone observatories and watershed sites”

Muddu Sekhar (IISc Bengalore, CEFIRSE) and Laurie Boithias (GET) presented the key questions and findings from the two experimental catchments Berambadi (India) and Houay Pano (Lao PDR) at the Cyberseminar Series of CUAHSI: “Introduction to critical zone observatories and watershed sites” on Sept. 7. The introduction of the Berambadi catchment was focused on the effect […]

09.09.2021

Response of tropical experimental catchments to global changes: the M-TROPICS CZO network

Jean Riotte (IRD) presented the key questions and findings from the three experimental catchments Nyong (Cameroon), Mule Hole (India), and Houay Pano (Laos), at the Cyberseminar Series of CUAHSI: “Research and Observatory Catchments: the Legacy and the Future” on March 10. This presentation is related to the submission of three data papers to the eponymous […]

10.03.2021

Khemngeun PONGMALA was awarded the second place for best oral presentations at 9th World Melioidosis Congress

The 9th World Melioidosis Congress was held in Hanoi, Vietnam, on October 15-18. Four researchers and engineers involved in M-TROPICS participated to the congress: Khemngeun PONGMALA (PhD student at GET), her supervisors Olivier RIBOLZI (IRD, GET) and Alain PIERRET (IRD, iEES Paris), and Anne PANDO (IRD, iEES Paris). Khemngeun presented her current work on the […]

30.10.2019

M-TROPICS at SWAT International Conference 2018: Modeling the impact of land use change on basin-scale transfer of fecal indicator bacteria

An oral presentation was given at the annual SWAT International Conference in Brussels by Minjeong Kim, from UNIST, South Korea, about the modelling of E. coli: a research work using data of the Houay Pano catchment in Laos (M-TROPICS/MSEC), already published in the Journal of Environmental Quality (here).

23.09.2018

M-TROPICS at EGU 2018: Impact of land use change on microbial transport in a tropical mountain watershed

A poster was presented at EGU 2018 Conference by Dr. Kyung Hwa Cho, from UNIST, South Korea, about the modelling of E. coli in Houay Pano catchment (M-TROPICS/MSEC): a research work led by Minjeong Kim in collaboration with GET. The abstract is available here.

25.04.2018

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