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The CAE team is working on measurements and studies of reactive species (gaseous and particulate) which can potentially impact health (air quality), ecosystems and more generally climate.
Chemistry of Atmosphere (Experimental)
Climate and Magnetism
The « Climag » team is involved in two main research topics (1)  reconstruction of present and past environments by investigating the magnetic properties of sediments, and (2) high-resolution studies of past geomagnetic field variations, a chronometer for long distance correlations of past climatic and environmental changes records.
To understand climate changes, from the snowball Earth to future climates   Paleoclimate records show that the climate of the Earth has dramatically changed in the past. To be able to represent such variations in climate models, we have to understand the mechanisms behind.
Climate Modeling
Extreme Events : Statistics, Impacts & Regionalization
The “Extremes-Statistics-Impacts-Regionalization” (ESTIMR) team The “Extremes-Statistics-Impacts-Regionalization” (ESTIMR) team has for main objectives the understanding and the modelling of the climate and environmental variability at various spatial scales – from very large structures related to the atmospheric dynamics, to very local phenomena – and at various temporal scales – for the study of past climates, present processes and future climate evolutions.
Les thématiques scientifiques de l'équipe Géochronologie-Traceur-Archeomètrie (GEOTRAC) ont pour objectifs principaux :   1 - De replacer les événements marquants de l’histoire de la Terre et de l'évolution de l'homme dans un cadre chronologique absolu, 2 - De contraindre les processus géochimiques régissant notre environnement actuel et passé.
Geochrononology Tracers Archeometry (to be translated)
Ice and Continents, Climates and Stable Isotopes (to be translated)
L'équipe GLACCIOS (une vingtaine de membres) s’intéresse à l’étude du climat et du cycle hydrologique via l’analyse des isotopes stables et des gaz rares dans les archives continentales Il s’agit notamment de comprendre la variabilité climatique passée (Quaternaire) et présente dans différentes régions du globe depuis les basses latitudes jusqu'aux régions polaires et ainsi que de mieux caractériser le cycle hydrologique actuel (pluie, vapeur d'eau, océan, eaux souterraines).
The ICOS-ATC team regroups CEA, CNRS and UVSQ personnel that make up the Atmospheric Thematic Center of ICOS at LSCE.
The ICOS-RAMCES team has a double mission. The team ensures the long-term monitoring of greenhouse gases (CO2, CH4, N2O) over a network of 16 stations in France and globally. This represent the main part of the French Service National d'Observation ICOS Atmosphère.
The GEDI team (l’équipe de GEochimie Des Impacts) uses geochemistry (e.g. stable and radioactive isotopes, elemental composition) to investigate the impact of human activities on material transfers (e.g.
Impacts Geochemistry
Inverse modelling for atmospheric and satellite measurements
The activities of LSCE about the inverse problem are at the crossroads between statistical modelling, physical modelling and measurement processing.
The MOSAIC-BIOGEO team: Modelling of Continental Surfaces and Interfaces Scientific objectives of the team: The MOSAIC team brings together scientists and engineers working on terrestrial biosphere modelling and the study of land-atmosphere exchanges.
Modeling the Continental Surfaces and Interfaces
Modelling the Earth Response to Multiple Anthropogenic Interactions and Dynamics
This team, putting together members of the BIOMAC, ABC3 and CLIM teams, aims to bring together scientists working on the components of the climate system (atmosphere, oceans, continents) and more specifically on their interactions via a set of processes: physical, biogeochemical and chemical.
Le Laboratoire de Mesure du Carbone-14 (LMC-14) réalise les mesures de carbone 14 pour la communauté scientifique nationale.
National Instrument ARTEMIS - LM14C (to be translated)
Ocean and Interfaces
The OCEANIS team is interested in the fate of organic and inorganic carbon in aquatic environments, particularly coastal environments, deltas and estuaries.
The scientific themes of the Paleocene team are articulated around four axes whose common objective is to improve the understanding of the different mechanisms that play a role in climate variability over the past hundreds of thousands of years, and their interactions with global climatology, such as greenhouse gases (through the carbon cycle), ice caps, the continental biosphere.
Scientific Computing (to be translated)
Les recherches effectuées au sein du thème "Modélisation" concernent la modélisation des climats passé, présent et futur, et la modélisation des cycles biogéochimiques.
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