Laboratoire Eau Environnement et Systèmes Urbains (Leesu)

Recent publications

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From reproductive behaviour to responses to predators: Ocean acidification does not impact the behaviour of an herbivorous marine gastropod
Sabine Roussel, Manon Coheleach, Sophie Martin, Rob Day, Aicha Badou, Sylvain Huchette, Philippe Dubois, Arianna Servili, Fanny Gaillard, Stéphanie Auzoux-Bordenave
, In press, 907, pp.167526. ⟨10.1016/j.scitotenv.2023.167526⟩
Climate change and rivers: The promise offered by infrastructure
Julie Gobert
, 2023, 8, pp.100077. ⟨10.1016/j.totert.2023.100077⟩
Think global-act local: the challenge of producing actionable knowledge on transboundary climate risks at the sub-national level of governance.
Carlo Aall, Tara Botnen Holm, Adeline Cauchy, Florence Rudolf, Katy Harris, Marta Jansen, Julie Gobert, Frida Lager, Blandine Arvis, Muriel Bour
, 2023, 5, ⟨10.3389/fclim.2023.1170142⟩
A New Technique for Resolving Benthic Solute Fluxes: Evaluation of Conditional Sampling Using Aquatic Relaxed Eddy Accumulation
Guilherme Calabro-Souza, Andreas Lorke, C. Noss, P. Dubois, M. Saad, C. Ramos-Sanchez, R. Moilleron, Brigitte Vinçon-Leite, M. Jodeau, Bruno Lemaire
, 2023, 10 (9), pp.e2023EA003041. ⟨10.1029/2023EA003041⟩
Reactivity of performic acid with organic and inorganic compounds: from oxidation kinetic to reaction pathways
Christelle Nabintu Kajoka, Johnny Gasperi, S. Brosillon, Emilie Caupos, Emmanuelle Mebold, Marcos Oliveira, Vincent Rocher, Ghassan Chebbo, Julien Le Roux
, 2023, 3 (9), pp.3121-3131. ⟨10.1021/acsestwater.3c00279⟩

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Theme 1. Innovations for the sustainable management of water and of the city

by Administrateur, Daniel Thevenot - published on


Goals of this research theme are:

  • Analyze sociotechnical innovations for urban management of water and sanitation and/or the associated sectors,
  • Assess their performance, optimize their functioning, and characterize the conditions and impacts of their potential deployment.

We favor an approach by object, which means that we will frequently use several disciplines either in parallel, or in a multidisciplinary approach.

Research issues

Mutual benefits of cross-cutting issues related to water, energy, soil, biodiversity

Perimeters of innovations

1. Improvement of existing devices, for example innovative treatments in wastewater treatment plants, "smart" management methods or breaks with regard to dominant reference systems, for example source separation approaches
2. Changing practices in water management by city stakeholders (builders, inhabitants, activists, associations ...), for example alternative techniques, rainwater harvesting, gray water reuse

Objects of study

  • Characterizing the conditions for the emergence of innovations: sociotechnical approach to innovation:
    • Structuring the networks of actors related to innovations
    • Modes of acquisition and appropriation of knowledge and data by actors
  • Evaluate their performance, optimize their operation
    • Technical optimization: process efficiency
    • Social appropriation: economic criteria, organization, alignment of actors
  • Characterize the conditions of their eventual deployment
    • Experiments and demonstrators: from concept to diffusion via the demonstrator, with possible co-construction
    • Brakes and levers: construction of sectors, positioning of users, territorial compatibility...

Future directions and projects in preparation

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Research programs associated to this Theme