Scientific Contributions


"This article aims to identify priority areas in Paiva River basin, for intervention with Blue and Green Infrastructure Networks. For that, a spatial multicriteria decision analysis (MDCA) was carried out according to several data related to the Paiva River Basin. As local politicians and responsible entities for the natural resources management are the main experts on the problems and their possible solutions at the local level, they were involved in this decision-making model."

"UAV and satellite synergies are more specific, less well known and need to be formalized. In this article, we review remote sensing studies that addressed both data sources."

"This study adopts a choice modelling framework to disentangle individual preferences for rural landscape attributes based on the viewing of photographs of the Irish countryside."

"Resorting to topography, climate and land-use data, a semi-distributed hydrological model (Hydrological Simulation Program–FORTRAN) was run in order to simulate the hydrological cycle of ALICE case study - Paiva river and its tributaries..."

"A discussion is presented on how the barriers affect development of BGI for different stakeholder groups; A framework is constructed to help urban and rural planners identify the barriers a BGI may face in its lifecycle."

"A discrete choice experiment using a split sample methodology was employed to determine if residents of the Carlingford Lough catchment in Ireland prefer either type of infrastructure to reduce flood risk."

"Our approach aims to combine satellite and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) data to exceed their respective limitations...The experiment was conducted on the regional preserve of the Sougéal marsh, a wet grassland of 174 ha located upstream of the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay. "

"Developing a methodology to map the distribution of riparian forests to entire river networks and determining the main environmental factors controlling their spatial patterns."

"New satellite time-series at high temporal and spatial resolutions provide a promising opportunity to map and monitor wetlands."

"In this paper, we describe a series of five “Tier 1” ES models that users can run anywhere in the world with no user input, while offering the option to easily customize models with context-specific data and parameters."

"We discuss the first outcomes of an investigation in the conceptual and methodological aspects of semantic annotation of data and models, aimed to enable a high standard of interoperability of information."

CONFERENCES / Presentations

Emilien Alvarez-Vanhard, Lucie Lecoq, Thomas Houet, Thomas Corpetti, Cendrine Mony - University of Rennes I/CNRS