Cyriel Adnès

Cyriel Adnès
University of Nice Sophia Antipolis | UNS · Laboratoire ESPACE

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Urban growth transforms vegetated lands into impervious surfaces, thereby increasing runoff and peak discharge. In this study, the relationships between building growth, developed area, and impervious area were examined to determine the impact of peri-urbanization on peak discharge. This was modeled for four dates spanning 50 years (1964–2014) in a...
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In the French South of the Alps the temperatures are going to increase during XXIth century. To know to what extent this reheating will echo in fine spatial scale locally on every ski slopes, this article suggests studying the evolution of the height of the isotherm 0°C between 1961-1990, 2021-2050 and 2071-2100 according to the scenarios A1B, B1 a...
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The synoptic configurations of the particles pollution in Nice. During the first half of the year 2011 50 campaigns of itinerant measures of particles were led by bicycle in the city of Nice on the same route at the beginning of the morning. The averages calculated during every measure and for every size of particles (TSP, PM10, PM2.5 and PM1) are...
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Historical changes in the wildland urban interface between about 1960 and 2009 indicate a moderate increase in forest fire risk.•Mean minimum and maximum summer temperatures have increased by about 1.4 °C–1.8 °C over the same period.•Fire risk has increased significantly but the number of fires and burned area have both decreased.•Fire-fighting str...
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Despite the air-quality monitoring networks run by approved organizations, large numbers of areas in France suffer from a lack of information about air pollution levels. Pollutant modeling enables such information gaps to be filled, albeit with certain limits. The approach used in this article to model average ozone concentrations in the city of Ni...
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Résumé – Malgré les réseaux de mesures gérés par les associations agréées à la surveillance de la qualité de l'air (AASQA) en France, de nombreux espaces souffrent d'un manque d'information sur les niveaux de pollution atmosphérique atteints. Le recours à la modélisation des polluants permet de combler, avec certaines limites, ces lacunes. La démar...
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Résumé L'objectif de ce travail consiste à régionaliser les sorties du modèle ALADIN-Climat du CNRM afin de renseigner localement l'évolution attendue des températures minimales et maximales à l'horizon de la moitié et de la fin du XXI ème siècle. En croisant des variables prédictives décrivant au mieux l'environnement physique avec les température...
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Le projet CASSANDRE a pour but d'anticiper l'évolution de la végétation dans les Alpes-Maritimes afin d'identifier les zones naturelles à protéger d'ici 2100. La première étape consiste à régionaliser les sorties du modèle climatique ALADIN-Climat du CNRM afin de renseigner localement l'évolution attendue des précipitations et températures minimale...

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