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The Anthropocene Campuses are multi-day events, at the University and in the field, devoted to collective reflection on environmental issues at the level of an Anthropocene territory. They aim to act as a catalyst for the development of interdisciplinary research and workshops in order to jointly develop innovative approaches and methods.
As part of the 2020 edition, the Centre is offering a two-day meeting between researchers and field actors on the territory of an instrumented environmental observatory, the Orgeval basin in Brie, to reflect together on the significance of the data collected on this territory. This Anthropocene Campus is organised around the discussion of scientific presentations on the Observatory’s work, giving an overview of the impressive accumulation of knowledge on this watershed, working groups on the issue of data (acquisition, representation, translation) and field visits (instruments, organic farming).