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LabEx BASC

Emergence projects

Besides flagship projects and the three networks, the LabEx BASC also funds small innovative projects over 12 to 24 months in order to foster new collaborations between BASC academic and/or non-acadmeic partners. Calls for proposals were launched in 2013, 2014 and 2016.

Twelve projects funded in 2016

Act-Lab

Biodiversity-related adaptation of territoires to climate change

BASCULER

Assessing biodiversity and beneficial insects in agroecological crop systems through a stakeholders network

CoCulture

Understanding the determiners of the corn-bean association: agricultural practices, soil-plant interactions, nutrition

CONNEXION

eCOtoxicology in a global chaNge coNtEXt : from knowledge to actION

EURECA

Crop emissions of nitrogen compounds at the regional scale: Feedback on the functioning of vegetation covers through impact on atmospheric chemistry under various land use scenarios

GaLoP

Periurban areas: interactions and evolution in the contect of global change

PomPuceDom

Impacts of domestication on adaptation of insect pest in fruit trees: towards a biological control of apple trees' aphids?

PRINTEMPS

Temporal evolution of bacteria-fungi proportions in forest soils in spring

RADIANT

Insects adaptive response to human pressure

SENAC

Social and Ecological Networks Adaptation to a Changing world

SOCEVOL

How social Interactions affect evolutionary processes

TROL

Productive and extensive green roofs: biodiversity, soils and practices

Five projects funded in 2014

DYNAMIQUES

Dynamics of biodiversity and ecosystem services over the course of periurban development

MACMINE

Impact of MACrofauna on MINEralisation of soil carbone: development of a simple and parameterised model

MOTUS

MOdeling of Temperature in Urban and peri-urban Systems

PomFlux

Human drivers and consequences on crop-to-wild gene flow in apples

Tplus3

Assessing processes, methods and variables for the Potential Mediterraneanization of socio-ecosystems in Western Europe

Ten projects funded in 2013

BIOPRO

Biological activity and soil porosity under the effect of organic amendments

EVOFUNGI

Assessing the evolvability of a pathogenic fungus in the context of global change

Réseau HTS

Network on High Throughput Sequencing

InSPRED

Hierarchical models for insect distribution in Africa

Kit Sol

Soil analysis kit for living ecosystems

SEPTOVAR

Mycosphaerella graminicola local populations responses to two major agro-environmental drivers - temperature and varietal resistance - and inference on their adaptive potential to global change

SOCSENSIT

Spatial dynamics of topsoil Organic Carbon with remote SENSing for croplands enriched with organic urban wastes over Time

SOLTER

Assessment of soil ecosystem services at the scale of an urban and periurban territoire

SPARTACUS

Surface, PARTicles, Ammonia, Cultivated and periUrban areaS

WAGALAM

Workshop on synergies between Agroecology, Global Agronomy and LArge-scale Modelling