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GOETHE - "Governing coastal eutrophication in mediterranean coastal lagoons: the cases of Thau, étang de l'Or & Palavasiens "

The research project GOETHE "Governing Mediterranean coastal basins to better fight against the eutrophication of lagoons and initiate their ecological restoration" is an interdisciplinary project that brings together researchers from different disciplinary backgrounds to analyze inland inputs of nutrients at the entry of lagoons, as well as their impact on the ecological functioning of the aquatic ecosystems in Thau, Etang de l’Or et des Palavasiens. One of the original features of the project lies in the study of feedback loops, considered from two points of view: from the viewpoint of public policy analysis with the study of the policy feedback loop process (from policy evaluation towards policy decision) but also and above all from the point of view of political ecology, by studying the more counter-intuitive feedbacks from downstream to upstream of the watershed.

Additional Info

  • Contact(s):

    Project manager: Magalie BOURBLANC
    Phone : + 33 (0)4 67 04 63 36
    E-mail : magalie.bourblanc[at]cirad.fr

  • Briefly:
    Financial sponsor of study: MUSE (KIM Waters)
    Partner Organizations: Pôle-Relais Lagunes méditerranéennes, UMR MARBEC, UMR ART-DEV
    Project type: Projet de recherche
    Country, Region of study: France, mediterranean coastal basins
    Starting date of the project: December 2020
    End date of the project: June 2022
  • Productions:

    Productions related to the project: coming soon
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  • Team(s) of Joint Research Unit concerned:

    GPA - Governance and Public Action

     

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