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  • SDSN - Greece
  • 2014-2023
  • English
  • Mémoires en Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication
  • Hal-Diderot

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  • Authors: Magnan, Alexandre K.; Pörtner, Hans-Otto; Duvat, Virginie.K.E.; Garschagen, Matthias; +4 Authors

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    Authors: Petit-Cailleux, Cathleen; Davi, Hendrik; Lefèvre, François; Verkerk, Pieter Johannes; +3 Authors

    The data set FLUXNET2015 allowed us to validate the model. Parametrization of the model have benefit from the request 6015 (Modeling vulnerability of European trees under climate change) to the TRY database from 2019-04-02.; International audience; General Context: Climate change can positively or negatively affect abiotic and biotic drivers of tree mortality. Process-based models integrating these climatic effects are only seldom used at species distribution scale.Objective: The main objective of this study was to investigate the multi-causal mortality risk of five major European forest tree species across their distribution range from an ecophysiological perspective, to quantify the impact of forest management practices on this risk and to identify threats on the genetic conservation network.Methods: We used the process-based ecophysiological model CASTANEA to simulate the mortality risk of Fagus sylvatica, Quercus petraea, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus pinaster , and Picea abies under current and future climate conditions, while considering local silviculture practices. The mortality risk was assessed by a composite risk index (CRIM) integrating the risks of carbon starvation, hydraulic failure and frost damage. We took into account extreme climatic events with the CRIM max , computed as the maximum annual value of the CRIM .Results: The physiological processes' contributions to CRIM differed among species: it was mainly driven by hydraulic failure for P. sylvestris and Q. petraea , by frost damage for P. abies, by carbon starvation for P. pinaster , and by a combination of hydraulic failure and frost damage for F. sylvatica . Under future climate, projections showed an increase of CRIM for P. pinaster but a decrease for P. abies, Q. petraea, and F. sylvatica, and little variation for P. sylvestris . Under the harshest future climatic scenario, forest management decreased the mean CRIM of P. sylvestris , increased it for P. abies and P. pinaster and had no major impact for the two broadleaved species. By the year 2100, 38–90% of the European network of gene conservation units are at extinction risk ( CRIM max =1), depending on the species.Conclusions: Using a process-based ecophysiological model allowed us to disentangle the multiple drivers of tree mortality under current and future climates. Taking into account the positive effect of increased CO 2 on fertilization and water use efficiency, average mortality risk may increase or decrease in the future depending on species and sites. However, under extreme climatic events, our process-based projections are as pessimistic as those obtained using bioclimatic niche models.

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    Authors: Scotti‐Saintagne, Caroline; Boivin, Thomas; Suez, Marie; Musch, Brigitte; +2 Authors

    Abstract In a conservation and sustainable management perspective, we identify the ecological, climatic, and demographic factors responsible for the genetic diversity patterns of the European silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) at its southwestern range margin (Pyrenees Mountains, France, Europe). We sampled 45 populations throughout the French Pyrenees and eight neighboring reference populations in the Massif Central, Alps, and Corsica. We genotyped 1,620 individuals at three chloroplast and ten nuclear microsatellite loci. We analyzed within‐ and among‐population genetic diversity using phylogeographic reconstructions, tests of isolation‐by‐distance, Bayesian population structure inference, modeling of demographic scenarios, and regression analyses of genetic variables with current and past environmental variables. Genetic diversity decreased from east to west suggesting isolation‐by‐distance from the Alps to the Pyrenees and from the Eastern to the Western Pyrenees. We identified two Pyrenean lineages that diverged from a third Alpine–Corsica–Massif Central lineage 0.8 to 1.1 M years ago and subsequently formed a secondary contact zone in the Central Pyrenees. Population sizes underwent contrasted changes, with a contraction in the west and an expansion in the east. Glacial climate affected the genetic composition of the populations, with the western genetic cluster only observed in locations corresponding to the coldest past climate and highest elevations. The eastern cluster was observed over a larger range of temperatures and elevations. All demographic events shaping the current spatial structure of genetic diversity took place during the Mid‐Pleistocene Transition, long before the onset of the Holocene. The Western Pyrenees lineage may require additional conservation efforts, whereas the eastern lineage is well protected in in situ gene conservation units. Due to past climate oscillations and the likely emergence of independent refugia, east–west oriented mountain ranges may be important reservoir of genetic diversity in a context of past and ongoing climate change in Europe. Genetic diversity of the silver fir, Abies alba Mill., decreases from east to west in western Europe, suggesting isolation‐by‐distance from the Alps to the Pyrenees and from the Eastern to the Western Pyrenees. The two Western and Eastern north‐Pyrenean lineages identified diverged long ago, during the Mid‐Pleistocene Transition, while population size fluctuation occurred later, possibly during the Late Glacial Maximum, with a contraction in the west and expansion in the east. East‐west oriented mountains such as the Pyrenees are important reservoirs of genetic diversity in a context of climate change, making likely the emergence of independent refugia, lineages, and possibly local adaptation, needing conservation measures.

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  • Authors: Donner, Mechthild; Kayser, Katrin; Köttner, Michael; de Vries, Hugo;

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    Authors: Ismail Bouizrou; Nanée Chahinian; Jean-Louis Perrin; Rémi Müller; +1 Authors

    Study region: Oued Fez, Morocco. Study focus: Urban catchments are heterogeneous in terms of land use and have both natural and artificial drainage networks. Modelling them is not a straightforward task especially in data-scarce settings. This study investigates network representation in hydrological modelling using field data collected between 2008 and 2018 on the Oued Fez catchment. The road network is used as a proxy for the stormwater network. Two production functions, SCS (1972) and a linear reservoir, are coupled to the lag and route transfer function. Three types of land use classes are used. Tests are carried out at hourly and 5-minute time steps using both the natural and modified drainage networks. New hydrological insights for the region: Fifty-three rainfall–runoff events are monitored on the urban part of the catchment over the 2008–2018 period. The highest rainfall values are recorded in 2008/2009, while the highest peak flow values are recorded in 2017/2018. This is due to stream channelisation and increased stormwater network coverage. Using the road network with minimal land use classes improves the model performance at both the hourly and 5-minute time steps.

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    Authors: Denvil-Sommer, Anna; Gehlen, Marion; Vrac, Mathieu;

    To derive an optimal observation system for surface ocean pCO2 in the Atlantic Ocean and the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean, 11 observation system simulation experiments (OSSEs) were completed. Each OSSE is a feedforward neural network (FFNN) that is based on a different data distribution and provides ocean surface pCO2 for the period 2008–2010 with a 5 d time interval. Based on the geographical and time positions from three observational platforms, volunteering observing ships, Argo floats and OceanSITES moorings, pseudo-observations were constructed using the outputs from an online-coupled physical–biogeochemical global ocean model with 0.25∘ nominal resolution. The aim of this work was to find an optimal spatial distribution of observations to supplement the widely used Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) and to improve the accuracy of ocean surface pCO2 reconstructions. OSSEs showed that the additional data from mooring stations and an improved coverage of the Southern Hemisphere with biogeochemical ARGO floats corresponding to least 25 % of the density of active floats (2008–2010) (OSSE 10) would significantly improve the pCO2 reconstruction and reduce the bias of derived estimates of sea–air CO2 fluxes by 74 % compared to ocean model outputs.

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    Authors: Schmidtmann, Christin; Schönherz, Anna; Guldbrandtsen, Bernt; Marjanovic, Jovana; +3 Authors

    International audience; Background: Local cattle breeds need special attention, as they are valuable reservoirs of genetic diversity. Appropriate breeding decisions and adequate genomic management of numerically smaller populations are required for their conservation. At this point, the analysis of dense genome-wide marker arrays provides encompassing insights into the genomic constitution of livestock populations. We have analyzed the genetic characterization of ten cattle breeds originating from Germany, The Netherlands and Denmark belonging to the group of red dairy breeds in Northern Europe. The results are intended to provide initial evidence on whether joint genomic breeding strategies of these populations will be successful.Results: Traditional Danish Red and Groningen White-Headed were the most genetically differentiated breeds and their populations showed the highest levels of inbreeding. In contrast, close genetic relationships and shared ancestry were observed for the populations of German Red and White Dual-Purpose, Dutch Meuse-Rhine-Yssel, and Dutch Deep Red breeds, reflecting their common histories. A considerable amount of gene flow from Red Holstein to German Angler and to German Red and White Dual-Purpose was revealed, which is consistent with frequent crossbreeding to improve productivity of these local breeds. In Red Holstein, marked genomic signatures of selection were reported on chromosome 18, suggesting directed selection for important breeding goal traits. Furthermore, tests for signatures of selection between Red Holstein, Red and White Dual-Purpose, and Meuse-Rhine-Yssel uncovered signals for all investigated pairs of populations. The corresponding genomic regions, which were putatively under different selection pressures, harboured various genes which are associated with traits such as milk and beef production, mastitis and female fertility.Conclusions: This study provides comprehensive knowledge on the genetic constitution and genomic connectedness of divergent red cattle populations in Northern Europe. The results will help to design and optimize breeding strategies. A joint genomic evaluation including some of the breeds studied here seems feasible.

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    Authors: Donner, Mechthild; Vries, Hugo;

    International audience; Shifting from a linear to a circular bio-economy requires new business models. The objective was getting insights into the uncharted research field of business model innovation for a circular and sustainable bio-economy within the agrifood sector. Eight European cases valorising agricultural waste and by-products by closing loops or cascading were studied regarding their innovation drivers and elements, via interviews, on-site visits and secondary data. In this domain, the findings highlight that business model innovations are depending on the (i) macro-environmental institutional-legal conditions and market trends, (ii) driven by internal economic, environmental and/or social objectives, but especially strongly linked to (iii) other actors often from different sectors seeking synergies and (iv) value co-creation via combined organisational and technological innovations. Business models for a circular bio-economy thus depend on various action levels and need radical combined organisational and technological innovations for a most efficient usage of agricultural waste and by-products. This also means new business configurations instead of linear innovation strategies currently still being dominant due to economic viability.

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    Authors: David, Grégoire; Heux, Laurent; Pradeau, Stéphanie; Gontard, Nathalie; +1 Authors

    International audience; This paper aims at investigating the potential of vine shoots (ViSh) upcycling as fillers in novel poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-3-hydroxyvalerate) (PHBV) based biocomposites. ViSh particles of around 50 µm (apparent median diameter) were obtained combining dry grinding processes, and mixed with PHBV using melt extrusion. Thermal stability and elongation at break of biocomposites were reduced with increasing contents of ViSh particles (10, 20 and 30 wt%), while Young’s modulus and water vapor permeability were increased. It was shown that a surface gas-phase esterification allowed to significantly increase the hydrophobicity of ViSh particles (increase of water contact angles from 59° to 114°), leading to a reduction of 27% in the water vapor permeability of the biocomposite filled with 30 wt% of ViSh. The overall mechanical performance was not impacted by gas-phase esterification, demonstrating that the interfacial adhesion between the virgin ViSh particles and the PHBV matrix was already good and that such filler surface treatment was not required in that case. It was concluded that ViSh particles can be interestingly used as low cost fillers in PHBV-based biocomposites to decrease the overall cost of materials.

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  • Authors: Zappone, Alba; Rinaldi, Antonio,; Rinaldi, Antonio Pio; Grab, Melchior; +14 Authors

    International audience; The success of geological carbon storage depends on the assurance of permanent containment for injected carbon dioxide (CO2) in the storage formation at depth. One of the critical elements of the safekeeping of CO2 is the sealing capacity of the caprock overlying the storage formation despite faults and/or fractures, which may occur in it. In this work, we present an ongoing injection experiment performed in a fault hosted in clay at the Mont Terri underground rock laboratory (NW Switzerland). The experiment aims to improve our understanding of the main physical and chemical mechanisms controlling (i) the migration of CO2 through a fault damage zone, (ii) the interaction of the CO2 with the neighboring intact rock, and (iii) the impact of the injection on the transmissivity in the fault. To this end, we inject CO2-saturated saline water in the top of a 3 m thick fault in the Opalinus Clay, a clay formation that is a good analog of common caprock for CO2 storage at depth. The mobility of the CO2 within the fault is studied at the decameter scale by using a comprehensive monitoring system. Our experiment aims to close the knowledge gap between laboratory and reservoir scales. Therefore, an important aspect of the experiment is the decameter scale and the prolonged duration of observations over many months. We collect observations and data from a wide range of monitoring systems, such as a seismic network, pressure temperature and electrical conductivity sensors, fiber optics, extensometers, and an in situ mass spectrometer for dissolved gas monitoring. The observations are complemented by laboratory data on collected fluids and rock samples. Here we show the details of the experimental concept and installed instrumentation, as well as the first results of the preliminary characterization. An analysis of borehole logging allows for identifying potential hydraulic transmissive structures within the fault zone. A preliminary analysis of the injection tests helped estimate the transmissivity of such structures within the fault zone and the pressure required to mechanically open such features. The preliminary tests did not record any induced microseismic events. Active seismic tomography enabled sharp imaging the fault zone.

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  • Authors: Magnan, Alexandre K.; Pörtner, Hans-Otto; Duvat, Virginie.K.E.; Garschagen, Matthias; +4 Authors

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    Authors: Petit-Cailleux, Cathleen; Davi, Hendrik; Lefèvre, François; Verkerk, Pieter Johannes; +3 Authors

    The data set FLUXNET2015 allowed us to validate the model. Parametrization of the model have benefit from the request 6015 (Modeling vulnerability of European trees under climate change) to the TRY database from 2019-04-02.; International audience; General Context: Climate change can positively or negatively affect abiotic and biotic drivers of tree mortality. Process-based models integrating these climatic effects are only seldom used at species distribution scale.Objective: The main objective of this study was to investigate the multi-causal mortality risk of five major European forest tree species across their distribution range from an ecophysiological perspective, to quantify the impact of forest management practices on this risk and to identify threats on the genetic conservation network.Methods: We used the process-based ecophysiological model CASTANEA to simulate the mortality risk of Fagus sylvatica, Quercus petraea, Pinus sylvestris, Pinus pinaster , and Picea abies under current and future climate conditions, while considering local silviculture practices. The mortality risk was assessed by a composite risk index (CRIM) integrating the risks of carbon starvation, hydraulic failure and frost damage. We took into account extreme climatic events with the CRIM max , computed as the maximum annual value of the CRIM .Results: The physiological processes' contributions to CRIM differed among species: it was mainly driven by hydraulic failure for P. sylvestris and Q. petraea , by frost damage for P. abies, by carbon starvation for P. pinaster , and by a combination of hydraulic failure and frost damage for F. sylvatica . Under future climate, projections showed an increase of CRIM for P. pinaster but a decrease for P. abies, Q. petraea, and F. sylvatica, and little variation for P. sylvestris . Under the harshest future climatic scenario, forest management decreased the mean CRIM of P. sylvestris , increased it for P. abies and P. pinaster and had no major impact for the two broadleaved species. By the year 2100, 38–90% of the European network of gene conservation units are at extinction risk ( CRIM max =1), depending on the species.Conclusions: Using a process-based ecophysiological model allowed us to disentangle the multiple drivers of tree mortality under current and future climates. Taking into account the positive effect of increased CO 2 on fertilization and water use efficiency, average mortality risk may increase or decrease in the future depending on species and sites. However, under extreme climatic events, our process-based projections are as pessimistic as those obtained using bioclimatic niche models.

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    Authors: Scotti‐Saintagne, Caroline; Boivin, Thomas; Suez, Marie; Musch, Brigitte; +2 Authors

    Abstract In a conservation and sustainable management perspective, we identify the ecological, climatic, and demographic factors responsible for the genetic diversity patterns of the European silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) at its southwestern range margin (Pyrenees Mountains, France, Europe). We sampled 45 populations throughout the French Pyrenees and eight neighboring reference populations in the Massif Central, Alps, and Corsica. We genotyped 1,620 individuals at three chloroplast and ten nuclear microsatellite loci. We analyzed within‐ and among‐population genetic diversity using phylogeographic reconstructions, tests of isolation‐by‐distance, Bayesian population structure inference, modeling of demographic scenarios, and regression analyses of genetic variables with current and past environmental variables. Genetic diversity decreased from east to west suggesting isolation‐by‐distance from the Alps to the Pyrenees and from the Eastern to the Western Pyrenees. We identified two Pyrenean lineages that diverged from a third Alpine–Corsica–Massif Central lineage 0.8 to 1.1 M years ago and subsequently formed a secondary contact zone in the Central Pyrenees. Population sizes underwent contrasted changes, with a contraction in the west and an expansion in the east. Glacial climate affected the genetic composition of the populations, with the western genetic cluster only observed in locations corresponding to the coldest past climate and highest elevations. The eastern cluster was observed over a larger range of temperatures and elevations. All demographic events shaping the current spatial structure of genetic diversity took place during the Mid‐Pleistocene Transition, long before the onset of the Holocene. The Western Pyrenees lineage may require additional conservation efforts, whereas the eastern lineage is well protected in in situ gene conservation units. Due to past climate oscillations and the likely emergence of independent refugia, east–west oriented mountain ranges may be important reservoir of genetic diversity in a context of past and ongoing climate change in Europe. Genetic diversity of the silver fir, Abies alba Mill., decreases from east to west in western Europe, suggesting isolation‐by‐distance from the Alps to the Pyrenees and from the Eastern to the Western Pyrenees. The two Western and Eastern north‐Pyrenean lineages identified diverged long ago, during the Mid‐Pleistocene Transition, while population size fluctuation occurred later, possibly during the Late Glacial Maximum, with a contraction in the west and expansion in the east. East‐west oriented mountains such as the Pyrenees are important reservoirs of genetic diversity in a context of climate change, making likely the emergence of independent refugia, lineages, and possibly local adaptation, needing conservation measures.

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  • Authors: Donner, Mechthild; Kayser, Katrin; Köttner, Michael; de Vries, Hugo;

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    Authors: Ismail Bouizrou; Nanée Chahinian; Jean-Louis Perrin; Rémi Müller; +1 Authors

    Study region: Oued Fez, Morocco. Study focus: Urban catchments are heterogeneous in terms of land use and have both natural and artificial drainage networks. Modelling them is not a straightforward task especially in data-scarce settings. This study investigates network representation in hydrological modelling using field data collected between 2008 and 2018 on the Oued Fez catchment. The road network is used as a proxy for the stormwater network. Two production functions, SCS (1972) and a linear reservoir, are coupled to the lag and route transfer function. Three types of land use classes are used. Tests are carried out at hourly and 5-minute time steps using both the natural and modified drainage networks. New hydrological insights for the region: Fifty-three rainfall–runoff events are monitored on the urban part of the catchment over the 2008–2018 period. The highest rainfall values are recorded in 2008/2009, while the highest peak flow values are recorded in 2017/2018. This is due to stream channelisation and increased stormwater network coverage. Using the road network with minimal land use classes improves the model performance at both the hourly and 5-minute time steps.

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    Authors: Denvil-Sommer, Anna; Gehlen, Marion; Vrac, Mathieu;

    To derive an optimal observation system for surface ocean pCO2 in the Atlantic Ocean and the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean, 11 observation system simulation experiments (OSSEs) were completed. Each OSSE is a feedforward neural network (FFNN) that is based on a different data distribution and provides ocean surface pCO2 for the period 2008–2010 with a 5 d time interval. Based on the geographical and time positions from three observational platforms, volunteering observing ships, Argo floats and OceanSITES moorings, pseudo-observations were constructed using the outputs from an online-coupled physical–biogeochemical global ocean model with 0.25∘ nominal resolution. The aim of this work was to find an optimal spatial distribution of observations to supplement the widely used Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) and to improve the accuracy of ocean surface pCO2 reconstructions. OSSEs showed that the additional data from mooring stations and an improved coverage of the Southern Hemisphere with biogeochemical ARGO floats corresponding to least 25 % of the density of active floats (2008–2010) (OSSE 10) would significantly improve the pCO2 reconstruction and reduce the bias of derived estimates of sea–air CO2 fluxes by 74 % compared to ocean model outputs.

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