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29 November 2023
The geodynamic conditions for the formation of the Andes experimentally explored
A team of researchers has used a novel experimental setup to explore the geodynamic conditions under which compressive deformation of the upper tecton...
15 November 2023
Oceans on the edge of an asthma attack?
Is it correct to compare the future ocean to an asthma attack? To answer this question, Giovanni Aloisi, a CNRS researcher and geochemist at IPGP, has...
22 March 2023
The topography of the escarpments allows us to estimate the mode of slip of the faults
Fault slip, particularly during earthquakes, can generate topographic jumps on the surface, commonly known as fault escarpments. Since the 1970s, nume...
22 September 2022
First observations of a major organic carbon reservoir in the deep Earth
The study of the deep carbon cycle enables us to estimate the natural flow of carbon between the Earth's surface and deep interior, ultimately regulat...
16 June 2022
The mystery of Mediterranean low-salt gypsum deposits
Around six million years ago, at the end of the Miocene, the Mediterranean Sea underwent a period of rapid drying, gradually turning into a saline gia...
24 February 2022
Organic carbon preferentially recycled in the deep Earth
An international team of researchers from CRPG, IPGP, Université de Paris and Durham University has shown that during subduction processes, organic ca...
06 January 2022
IPGP researchers search for nanoparticles on glaciers
In autumn 2021, two IPGP researchers will carry out a sampling mission on Alpine glaciers, with the aim of tracing the distribution and source of nano...
20 December 2021
The shape of rivers determined by the sediments they carry
In a study published in the journal PNAS, a team of geomorphologists from IPGP, CNRS, Université de Paris and Sorbonne University show that it is the ...
05 November 2021
Landscape evolution over decades thanks to topographic reconstruction from archive images
A team from IPGP, Université de Paris and CNRS has developed a complete algorithm for using aerial archive images taken over the last century to track...
14 September 2021
The fate of titanium nanoparticles in natural environments
In a study published in August 2021 in the Journal of Hazardous Materials, scientists from IPGP and LNE studied the evolution of titanium nanoparticle...
20 April 2021
Landscape-scale experiment reveals how dune size is selected
By levelling a dune field in the Gobi Desert and observing the emergence and growth of new dunes at high resolution for over 3 years, an international...
15 April 2021
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Ecorc'Air, the urban pollution measured in the bark of plane trees
Ecorc'Air, a participatory science project run by several institutions, aims to collect plane tree bark in order to establish a precise map of fine me...