Response of Marine Organisms to their Environment

REMOTE | #Marine Biology | 6 ECTS

Responsibilities

Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging, Nice (IRCAN)
Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)

Distinctions

  • Lectures
  • Expert seminars
  • Lab

Biography

This course will teach principles of marine ecophysiology and ecotoxicology.
It will describe the strategies of response of marine organisms to environmental perturbations : from interspecific interactions to climate change and marine pollution.

 

Learning outcomes

 Students should

  • appraise notions of stress, resilience, hysteresis, pollution, biomarkers…
  • distinguish acclimatization and adaptation responses.
  • review the climate change consequences on marine organisms
  • discuss and criticize recent research works

 

Instructors

  • Paola FURLA (UCA, IRCAN lab)
  • Eric BERAUD (CSM, Monaco)
  • Stéphane ROBERTY (Université de Liège, Belgium)
  • Marie-Yasmine DECHRAOUI BOTTEIN (IAEA Marine Environment lab, Monaco)
  • Marc METIAN (IAEA Marine Environment lab, Monaco)
  • Sébastien DUPERRON (MNHN, Paris)
  • Alexander VENN (CSM, Monaco)
  • Marielle GUIBBOLINI (UCA, ECOMERS lab)
  • Christine RISSO (UCA, ECOMERS lab)

 

 

 

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