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Phosphorus recycling from human excreta in French agroecosystems and potential for food self-sufficiency
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Thomas Starck, Tanguy Fardet, Fabien Esculier
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, 2024, ⟨10.1007/s10705-024-10367-4⟩
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Monitoring microplastics in the Seine River in the Greater Paris area
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Cleo Stratmann, Rachid Dris, Johnny Gasperi, Frans Buschman, Adriaan Markus, Sabrina Guerin, A. Dick Vethaak, Bruno Tassin
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, 2024, 12, ⟨10.3389/feart.2024.1386547⟩
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Litter in French urban areas — Part 2: transport dynamic and fluxes in stormwater
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Lauriane Ledieu, Romain Tramoy, David Mabilais, Sophie Ricordel, Marie-Laure Mosini, Alexandra Mosset, Bernard Flahaut, Laetitia Pineau, Zoé Bridant, Eric Bouchet, Clémence Bruttin, Fabrice Rodriguez, Bruno Tassin, Johnny Gasperi
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, 2024, ⟨10.1007/s11356-024-33774-0⟩
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Fluorescence spectroscopy for tracking microbiological contamination in urban waterbodies
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Natália Angelotti de Ponte Rodrigues, Rémi Carmigniani, Arthur Guillot-Le Goff, Françoise S Lucas, Claire Therial, Manel Naloufi, Aurélie Janne, Francesco Piccioni, Mohamed Saad, Philippe Dubois, Brigitte Vinçon-Leite
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, 2024, 6, ⟨10.3389/frwa.2024.1358483⟩
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Séparation à la source des excrétats : bases pour des règles professionnelles
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Florent Brun, Fabien Esculier, Bernard de Gouvello
article
, 2024, GE1029v1, ⟨10.51257/a-v1-ge1029⟩

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Tara Ocean Foundation - Return of the 2019 Microplastics mission on November 23rd 2019

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Tara Ocean Foundation - Origin of plastic pollution on 9 European rivers : Return of the 2019 Microplastics mission on November 23rd 2019

© Fondation Tara Océan
Tara Océan

1 - Return of Tara at Lorient, on November 23 novembre 2019

The scientific schooner Tara returns to its home port of Lorient this November 23 at 3:30 PM, during the European Week for Waste Reduction, after 6 months of tracing plasting pollution from land to sea. See you on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November at the Cité de la Voile Éric Tabarly in Lorient!

Detailled program of Tara return

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2 – 2019 Mission on microplastics

A SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION TO IDENTIFY THE ORIGIN OF PLASTIC FOUND AT SEA AND COMING FROM THE LAND

Committed for more than 10 years to this issue, the Tara Ocean Foundation and its scientific partner laboratories intend to go further by completing their research with studies closer to waste dispersion sites. The main objective of this new mission is to compare the different kinds of plastic pollution coming from 9 of the largest European
rivers.

Key numbers of the 2019 microplastics mission

  • 2,700 samples of plastic from sea, estuaries and rivers
  • 6 months between land and sea
  • 10 collaborating research laboratories
  • 9 European rivers
  • 40 scientists
  • 5 sailors
  • 18 stopovers (including 12 in France)
  • 17,000 km (9,500 nautical miles)
  • 6 countries visited along the European coastlines

9 European rivers

  • Thames (London)
  • Elbe (Hamburg)
  • Rhine
  • Seine
  • Loire
  • Garonne (Bordeaux)
  • Ebro
  • Rhone (Arles)
  • Tiber (Rome)

Leesu participation to the Tara 2018-2019 mission

Soline Alligant, PhD student at Leesu, took part, within her thesis preparation, to the 2018-2019 Tara mission on microplastics.

Soline Alligant on August 7, 2018

© Francois Aurat / Fondation Tara Océan
Francois Aurat / Fondation Tara Océan

Soline Alligant and Lisa Weiss

© Maarten Stok / Fondation Tara Océan
Maarten Stok / Fondation Tara Océan

Tara sailors within Mediterranean sea, together with Soline Alligant

© Maarten Stok / Fondation Tara Océan
Maarten Stok / Fondation Tara Océan

View online : Tara Ocean Foundation website

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