Observation spatiale et in situ de la Terre

Space-based and in situ Earth Observation

One of the GET’s strengths is its ability to integrate various means of Earth observation. The GET uses a combination of in situ and space-based observations for its research, for example on geology, continental hydrology, the gravity field, or the internal structure of the Earth. Varied methods (watershed monitoring, methods specific to geodesy, analysis of seismic signals) are applied on various space and time scales. In the context of hydrological and geochemical monitoring of watersheds, they cover a wide range of climatic zones (from the arctic to the humid equatorial zone).

Structures involved in the laboratory

Research teams
Space-based Geodesy and Geophysics (GGS)
Lithosphere-Ocean-Atmosphere Couplings (LOA)
Hydro-Biogeochemistry of the Critical Zone (HBZC)
Stable Isotopes’ Geochemistry (GIS)
Experimental Geosciences (GeoExp)
Trans-disciplinary Scientific Axes
Marine Geosciences
Remote Sensing

International Structures
LMI DYCOFAC (leader)
LMI REZOC (partner)
LMI ECLAIRS (partner)
LMI TAPIOCA (partner)
LMI LUSES (partner)
IRP CEFIRSE (leader)
IRN ANDES (leader)
IRN Sense-Sud (partner)
National Observation Services
SNO HYBAM (leader)
SNO KARST (leader)
SNO M-TROPICS (leader)
SNO AMMA-CATCH (partner)
SNO DYNALIT (partner)
SNO RENAG (partner)
SNO BGI (host)
SNO EMSO-Açores (partner)