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Description

Sabine Barles, Professor of Urban Planning and Development at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and researcher at the UMR Géographie-Cités, discusses the origin and extent of anthropogenic perturbations in the nitrogen cycle. She explains the consequences of this opening of the biogeochemical cycle of nitrogen from both an ecological and a sanitary point of view.

Niveau

  • Bac+3
  • Bac+4
  • Bac+5

Langues

  • Anglais

État

  • Labellisé

Thèmes

  • Evaluation et gestion des risques

Licence Creative Commons

  • Pas de modification
  • Partage des conditions à l'identique
  • Paternité
  • Pas d'utilisation commerciale

Nature pédagogique

  • Cours

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel

Mots-clés

circular economyecologynitrogensanitary
The nitrogen cycle in Paris
The nitrogen cycle in Paris
Key sectors for dematerialization
Key sectors for dematerialization
An analysis of material flows in France
An analysis of material flows in France
The metabolism of territories : challenges and key notions

Contributeurs

Sabine Barles

Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne