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UMR ECOSYS - Ecologie fonctionnelle et écotoxicologie des agroécosystèmes

Bulletin de veille ECOTOX N°18 : Veille du 01/11/2015 au 24/12/2015

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Réalisé par l’équipe de veille du Pôle Ecotox et du réseau Ecotox de l'INRA : Céline Pelosi, Mickaël Hedde, Christian Mougin et Christine Sireyjol (UMR 1402 EcoSys). Destinataires : les membres de la liste : ecotox@listes.inra.fr

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L’année 2015 se termine. Celle-ci s’est traduite pour le réseau ECOTOX par une contribution active de ses membres à la structuration du dispositif national de recherche en écotoxicologie, à l’amélioration de la visibilité du réseau, et à la valorisation des travaux de ses membres.

Nous signalons à titre d’exemples la version en langue anglaise du portail internet du réseau http://www6.inra.fr/ecotox_eng/, l’édition de la Special Issue « ECOTOX, THE INRA'S NETWORK OF ECOTOXICOLOGISTS » en janvier 2016 par la revue Environmental Science and Pollution Research, et notre implication dans l’animation de plusieurs sessions du colloque SETAC Nantes 2016.

Nous souhaitons rendre ce bulletin plus interactif.

Nous nous proposons de nous adresser "1 à 2 pages" sur un projet de recherche, une analyse de publication, une présentation de dispositif expérimental, un compte-rendu de colloque…, en quelque sorte une tribune libre, qui serait largement diffusée via le bulletin. Ces documents seront également publiés sur notre portail. N’hésitez pas non plus à nous adresser toute information que vous souhaitez porter à la connaissance de notre communauté.Bonne lecture de ce bulletin !
L’équipe d’animation du réseau ECOTOX et l’équipe de veille vous présentent leurs meilleurs voeux pour l’année 2016.

L’équipe de veille Contact : christian.mougin@versailles.inra.fr

See also

http://www6.inra.fr/ecotox/Veille/Bulletins

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