Émilie Lerigoleur

Émilie Lerigoleur
French National Centre for Scientific Research | CNRS · Institut écologie et environnement (INEE)

Master of Engineering

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Introduction
Émilie Lerigoleur currently works at CNRS (The National Center for Scientific Research) in the GEODE lab located in the campus of the Université Toulouse II - Jean Jaurès (Toulouse, France). Émilie does research in Geoinformatics (GIS), Data Structures and Databases. Their most recent publication is 'The project of Zone Atelier Pyrenees-Garonne (ZA PYGAR)'.

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Publications (31)
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Quantitative estimates of past vegetation with a clearly defined spatial scale are a critical step to better understand the patterns and processes of changes in vegetation and land-cover over time and space. However, such estimates are difficult to obtain from pollen data due to their lack of spatial dimension and the inter-taxonomic differences in...
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The original dataset presented here is the result of the first near-exhaustive analysis performed on historical data concerning ten plant species introduced in and around Occitania (south-western France) since 1651. Research was carried out on the following species: Alnus incana , Buddleja davidii , Castanea sativa , Helianthus tuberosus , Impatien...
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Notre société est aujourd'hui confrontée à de profonds changements (biodiversité, climat, pandémie, etc.). Les impacts humains et leur atténuation dépendent de notre capacité à mobiliser la recherche au niveau mondial. Le développement durable de la société dépendra en grande partie du développement sur le long terme d’une science globale et d’outi...
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The original dataset presented here is the result of the first near-exhaustive analysis performed on historical data concerning ten plant species introduced in and around Occitania (south-western France) since 1651. Research was carried out on the following species: Alnus incana , Buddleja davidii , Castanea sativa , Helianthus tuberosus , Impatien...
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Background In the French West Indies, more than 20 species of cetaceans have been observed over the last decades. The recognition of this hotspot of biodiversity of marine mammals, observed in the French Exclusive Economic Zone of the West Indies, motivated the French government to create in 2010 a marine protected area (MPA) dedicated to the conse...
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Estamos agora enfrentando mudanças profundas (biodiversidade, clima, pandemia, etc.). Os impactos humanos e sua mitigação dependerão de nossa capacidade de mobilizar pesquisas em nível global. O desenvolvimento sustentável da sociedade dependerá em grande parte do desenvolvimento sustentável da ciência global e das ferramentas de pesquisa científic...
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Mitigating and adapting to global changes requires a better understanding of the response of the Biosphere to these environmental variations. Human disturbances and their effects act in the long term (decades to centuries) and consequently, a similar time frame is needed to fully understand the hydrological and biogeochemical functioning of a natur...
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We are now facing profound changes (biodiversity, climate, pandemic, etc.). Human impacts and their mitigation will depend on our ability to mobilize research at the global level. The sustainable development of the society will largely depend on the sustainable development of global science and scientific research tools, outputs, and research ecosy...
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Database collected as part of the Lorraine Coché master's 2 internship "Inventory and structuring of marine mammal observation data around Guadeloupe" in 2020 (Master Tropical marine ecosystems at the University of the Antilles). This database centralizes and harmonizes the data collected by the team of the Agoa Sanctuary (Aire Marine Protégée), th...
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The SHARC Interest Group of the Research Data Alliance was established to improve research crediting and rewarding mechanisms for scientists who wish to organise their data (and material resources) for community sharing. This requires that data are findable and accessible on the Web, and comply with shared standards making them interoperable and re...
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The LabEx DRIIHM is a research network that gathers together 13 Human-Environment Observatories (OHM) focused on anthropogenically modified socio-ecosystems in France and worldwide. Within the open science context, a Research Data Infrastructure (RDI) was implemented brick by brick to describe, visualize, and disseminate multidisciplinary long-tail...
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Peatlands store ∼ 20 %–30 % of the global soil organic carbon stock and are an important source of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) for inland waters. Recent improvements for in situ optical monitoring revealed that the DOC concentration in streams draining peatlands is highly variable, showing seasonal variation and short and intense DOC concentrati...
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Peatlands store about 20 % of the global soil organic carbon stock and are an important source of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) for inland waters. Recent improvements for in situ optical monitoring revealed that the DOC concentration in streams draining peatlands is highly variable, showing seasonal variation and short and intense DOC concentratio...
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Le changement global, dans ses dimensions climatiques et anthropiques est maintenant une réalité indiscutable. Ses impacts sont déjà ressentis par les sociétés humaines, y compris par une partie de nos concitoyens. Après avoir œuvré à la démonstration scientifique de ce basculement, les scientifiques doivent à présent s’atteler à en comprendre les...
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Since the 1970s, the northern part of the Amazonian region of Ecuador has been colonized with the support of intensive oil extraction that has opened up roads and supported the settlement of people from Out-side Amazonia. These dynamics have caused important forest cuttings but also regular oil leaks and spills, con-taminating both soil and water....
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This paper focuses on past woodland changes and land uses in an ancient mining area of the Eastern Pyrenees (Ariège, France). The area discussed is located at the western entrance of the Vicdessos, a valley with significant steel production, and it is crossed by the road used from the 14th c. to the end of the 18th c. for the iron-charcoal exchange...
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The ZA PYGAR project aims at studying the spatial dynamics of socio-ecological systems (SES) in South-Western France, going from the Pyrenees mountains to the plains of the Garonne river basin. PYGAR tries to answer three main scientific questions: 1/ What are the respective contributions of climate change and local anthropogenic disturbances to ec...
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Since the 1970s, the northern part of Oriente, the Amazonian region of Ecuador has been colonised, mostly because of an intensive oil extraction which opens up roads and supports the settlement of people coming from the Andes. These dynamics induced important forest cuttings but also huge oil contamination of both soils and waters. The ANR-funded a...
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The North Ecuadorian Amazon (NEA) is one of the most biodiverse places per surface area on Earth. However, its richness and importance is threatened by complex human activities driven by extensive agriculture development and oil exploration and extraction, directly responsible for forest clearing. Furthermore this extractive industry has long been...
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Background Depiction of the genetic diversity, linkage disequilibrium (LD) and population structure is essential for the efficient organization and exploitation of genetic resources. The objectives of this study were to (i) to evaluate the genetic diversity and to detect the patterns of LD, (ii) to estimate the levels of population structure and (i...
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This paper reviews the data on Holocene paleoenvironmental sequences collected on the northern slopes of the Pyrenees, attempts to store them in the PALEOenvironmental information system for PYRenees data (PALEOPYR) and outlines a possible use for synthesis on spatio-temporal dynamics of the vegetation. Studies on paleoenvironmental stratigraphies...

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ANR JC JC – BENDYS (ANR-19-CE03-0010) Scientific evaluation committee CES 03 Human-Environment interactions BENDYS is an interdisciplinary project focusing on the last European Old-Growth Forests (OGFs) that brings together, for the first time, researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences (sociology, anthropology, archaeology, history, geography) and in Environment and Life Science (ecology, biogeochemistry, geology, biology). The project is focusing on the last European old-growth fir-beech forests that are today threatened by global warming, unsustainable uses and a lack of global conservation plans. The major issue for their better understanding and conservation is to accurately define their reference state. To tackle this issue, we must study long-term legacies and ongoing impacts of anthropogenic and natural drivers on the structure, functioning and biodiversity of current forest ecosystems. We propose to perform a comparative study on the Eastern Romanian Carpathians, where there are secular forests just classified by UNESCO, and the Northern central Pyrenees, which present the highest density of old-growth forests in Western Europe. To reconstruct their long-term trajectories and characterise the tolerable ones for biodiversity, we propose to combine palaeoecological, ecological, historical and sociological approaches into a multiscalar and systemic research in a retrospective and prospective perspective.
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The "SO-DRIIHM" project has just obtained funding from the Flash Call "Open Science: research practices and open research data" proposed by the ANR in 2019. It is managed by a group of geomatics and IT engineers within the CNRS interdisciplinary network (LabEx DRIIHM - Dispositif de Recherche Interdisciplinaire sur les Interactions Hommes-Milieux) of 13 Human-environment observatories (OHMs). The objective of this project (May 2020 - April 2022) is to optimize the appropriation of the open science approach by the DRIIHM research community through: · the organisation of awareness campaigns showing the benefits of data sharing and openness; · the co-construction of a more ergonomic and interoperable e-infrastructure, integrating existing tools (metadata geocatalogues, web GIS, photo library, HAL collection, etc.) and accompanying researchers to find, share and (re)use data with the concrete and progressive implementation of the FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable).