Volcanoes release vast amounts of gases and particles into the atmosphere including volcanic halogens. These undergo a multi-phase chemistry in the troposphere, resulting in ozone depletion, and can cause massive ozone-layer destruction in the stratosphere alongside major climate impacts. By combining our expertise across earth and atmospheric sciences this project will deliver a scientific framework to quantify volcanic halogens earth and atmospheric cycling and their impacts.
VolcaniC early awAREness (V-CARE): Development and testing of new indicators for anticipating the onset of volcanic eruptions: Application to risk management and psychosociological evaluation of social response to crisis alert. – V-CARE
Explosive volcanic eruptions above subduction zones are rare but extreme events that can generate social and environmental impacts of large magnitude, at local or global scales. The extent of the dama
Volatile Analysis from the Heating of Interstellar Ice Analogs
Many chemicals have been shown to be allergens leading to contact or respiratory allergy and therefore pose serious health risks. Dendritic cells (DC) present in peripheral organs such as the skin or
Voies de signalisation de l’acide rétinoïque dans l’ontogenèse et la différenciation des spermatogonies souches – RAPSSODI
RAPSSODI focuses on the mechanisms through which retinoic acid (RA) controls the fate of male germ stem cells (spermatogonia) in vivo. RA, the natural active vitamin A metabolite, acts through activat