AnaEE offers access to experimental platforms on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems across Europe.

Analytical and modelling platforms as well as acquired data are also made available.

  • 7th Assembly of Members in Paris

    7th Assembly of Members in Paris, January 6-7th, 2020

    The Assembly of Members (AoM) of the AnaEE, its main decision body, took place in Paris, Sorbonne University. On Monday, January 6th, the French node was presented. It features 6 enclosed facilities with full control of the environment), 4 open-air platforms with manipulation of the environment, 14 open-air platforms, and 8 analytical platforms. The AoM itself took place the following day and it was devoted to the preparation of the evaluation by ESFRI to get the "Landmark" status. Several decisions have been made, as a close collaboration with the CIHEAM, an international organisation devoted to applied agronomy in Mediterranean countries, for research in plant health and soils.

     
  • AnaEE DG Visits Israeli node

    AnaEE DG Visits Israeli node

    AnaEE DG, Michel Boër, visited the Israeli node station of Matta, located in the maqui near Jerusalem. Rain exclusion in this station range from 30 to more than 60%, to forecast the evolution of this very peculiar ecosystem in arid regions, like Israel, but also found in northern Mediterranean countries like France or Italy.

     
  • AnaEE DG visits Belgium node

    AnaEE DG visits Belgium node

    AnaEE DG, Michel Boër, visited on November 13, the Belgium node in Antwerpen, Flanders. The university of Antwerp operates to platforms, terrestrial aquatic and terrestrial mesocosms. The aquatic mesocosms are devoted to the evolution of the fauna and flora under the various stresses induced by pollution or climatic changes. The terrestrial mesocosms study the evolution of grassland under changing temperature and rainfall regimes. Belgium features 2 other stations in Hasselt and Jembloux.

     
  • AnaEE Platform workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark

    AnaEE Platform workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark

    The first workshop of AnaEE platform was organized by the AnaEE Technology Centre in Copenhagen, November 26-27. AnaEE platforms are highly instrumented experimental platforms that are able to manipulate the environmental conditions of an ecosystem, like temperature, rainfall, CO2 or pollution, in order to study their response under the stresses induced by global change and human activities. This workshop was the occasion to prepare future interdisciplinary programs, the scientific problems of AnaEE, as well as issues facing humanity.

     
  • AnaEE visit to Swedish SITES, September 2019

    AnaEE visit to Swedish SITES, September 2019

    SITES (Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Science, www.fieldsites.se/en-GB) is a national infrastructure for field research in ecology. After the presentations of the SITES facilities and of AnaEE, a fruitful discussion led to envisage ways to associate SITES to AnaEE. Photo ©SITES

     
  • A new illustration for ENVRI

    ENVRI

    The new illustration of the Environmental Community of European Research Infrastructures (ENVRI) features the diversity of the research in environment for a better understanding of our planet and the life. AnaEE, member of ENVRI, is the Research Infrastructure dedicated to Experimental Ecology.

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