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Centre Alpin de Recherche sur les Réseaux Trophiques des Ecosystèmes Limniques

UMR CARRTEL

Centre Alpin sur les Réseaux Trophiques et Ecosystèmes Lacustre

About

The aim of the OLA Observatory of  LAkes is to provide quality scientific data to understand and ultimately model the evolution of the state and ecological functions of lake systems subjected simultaneously to a change in local and climatic anthropogenic pressures. 

The four great natural peri-alpine lakes (lakes Aiguebelette, Annecy, Bourget and Léman) are at the center of this observatory , thanks to the ecological monitoring process initiated on these systems for several decades. Other lake sites have joined the SOERE more recently, including mountain lakes and a model lake (meromictic), Pavin Lake.

The OLA observatory has been labeled SOERE (long-term observation and experimentation system for environmental research) by the National Research Alliance for the Environment (Allenvi) in 2010.

SOERE OLA is also included in the European AnaEE infrastructure (Analysis and Experimentation on Ecosystems).

 Two components structure SOERE's actions:
> the first concerns the limnological follow-up on the changes in the status of the lacustrine system
> the second consists of research projects aimed at studying the specific processes (biological, physicochemical, geochemical) that underlie the functioning and evolution of lacustrine systems. This research component is essentially based on limnological and paleolimnological ecosystem approaches to address issues related to the dynamics of lacustrine systems in contrasting and complementary time steps.

The details of the observations, the production and the scientific projects, the SOERE OLA study sites, as well as its partners and the networks in which it is involved can be consulted on the OLA website.

You can access to the IS OLA here.

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