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L’INRAE, l’institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement, et l’Unité EABX, Ecosystèmes Aquatiques et Changements Globaux, vous accueillent en juillet 2022 à Bordeaux, pour la restitution du projet Interreg Espace Atlantique DiadES sur les services écosystémiques et les poissons migrateurs amphihalins face au changement climatique.

Cette restitution sera enrichie par la contribution de deux projets financés par la région Nouvelle-Aquitaine et l’Agence de L’Eau Adour Garonne :

- Le projet Fauna/Shad’EAU sur la conservation des populations d’aloses du grand Sud-Ouest dont les résultats scientifiques sont complémentaires à ceux de DiadES ;

- Le projet REVE portant sur la reconstruction des tactiques de vie de la population soutenue d’esturgeon européen qui propose une journée thématique autour de la question du repeuplement des poissons migrateurs amphihalins.


Partners from the Interreg Atlantic Area DiadES project on diadromous species and ecosystems services under climate change cordially invite you to attend our project conclusion meeting 5-8 July 2022 in Bordeaux (France). The DiadES conference is hosted by INRAE, the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment, and the Research Unit EABX, Aquatic Ecosystems and Global Changes.

This concluding meeting will be enriched with contributions from two other locally funded projects (i.e. by the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region and the Adour-Garonne Water Agency):

- The Fauna/Shad’EAU project on the conservation of shad population in south-western France, with complementary results and findings from DiadES;

- The REVE project on the European sturgeon life-history tactics reconstruction and its thematic day on diadromous species restocking.


Los socios del proyecto DiadES de Interreg Espacio Atlántico, sobre servicios ecosistémicos y peces migratorios diádromos ante el cambio climático, le invitan a la presentación final del proyecto en Burdeos (Francia) en julio de 2022. El INRAE, Instituto Nacional de Investigación de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente de Francia, y más concretamente la Unidad EABX, Ecosistemas Acuáticos y Cambio Global, se encargará de la organización. Este encuentro se verá enriquecido por la contribución de dos proyectos financiados por la región de Nouvelle-Aquitaine y la Agencia del Agua Adur-Garona:

- el proyecto Fauna/Shad'EAU sobre la conservación de las poblaciones de sábalo en el gran Suroeste, cuyos resultados científicos son complementarios a los de DiadES;

- y el proyecto REVE sobre la reconstrucción de las tácticas vitales de la población europea de esturión, con una jornada temática sobre la repoblación de peces migratorios diádromos.


Os parceiros do projecto DiadES (Interreg Espaço Atlântico), sobre os serviços dos ecossistemas e peixes migradores diádromos face às alterações climáticas, gostariam de convidar V. Exas. para o evento de restituição final do projecto, em Julho de 2022, em Bordéus (França). O INRAE, o Instituto Nacional Francês de Investigação para a Agricultura, Alimentação e Ambiente, e mais particularmente a Unidade de Investigação EABX, Ecossistemas Aquáticos e Alterações Globais, serão os responsáveis pela sua organização. Esta restituição será enriquecida pela contribuição de dois projectos financiados pela região de Nouvelle-Aquitaine e pela Agência da Água Adour-Garonne:

- o projecto Fauna/Shad'EAU sobre a conservação das populações de alosa no grande Sudoeste francês, cujos resultados científicos são complementares aos do projecto DiadES;

- e o projecto REVE, sobre a reconstrução das tácticas de ciclo de vida da população europeia de esturjão, que proporá um dia temático sobre a questão do repovoamento dos peixes migradores diádromos.

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  • Date
    07/05/2022 - 07/08/2022

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    From 16 March 2022 to 23 May 2022
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Organizing committee

Marie-Laure Acolas

Conservation biology research scientist

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (EABX Research Unit)

Charif Bouchemat

Project Manager


Françoise Daverat

IDAE Engineer

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (UMR ECOBIOP)

Aurélie Delvaux

Production Manager


Margaux Herschel

Scientific mediator

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (EABX Research Unit)

Patrick Lambert

Research engineer in population dynamics of diadromous fish

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (EABX Research Unit)

Géraldine Lassalle

Scientist in aquatic ecology

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (EABX Research Unit)

Emma Perrot

Purchase officer

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (SDAR Services Déconcentrés d'Appui à la Recherche)

Éric Rochard

Senior research scientist in conservation ecology

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (EABX Research Unit)

Cécile Sanchez

Purchase manager

INRAE Nouvelle-Aquitaine Bordeaux (SDAR Services Déconcentrés d'Appui à la Recherche)