Labex CEBA – Centre d’étude de la biodiversité amazonienne
In French Guiana, the Laboratoire of excellence CEBA (Center for the study of biodiversity in Amazonia) seeks to understand why so many organisms are present in tropical ecosystems. The LabEx brings together a network of internationally-recognized French research teams, contributes to university education, and encourages scientific collaboration with South American countries.
Amazonia is a huge territory that has not finished revealing all its mysteries. Our science is varied: health, coastline, fauna, flora and human sciences. In all, more than 150 researchers from 13 different laboratories spread across French Guana, the french Antilles and France are working within the CEBA, looking towards the Amazon.
Ecuador, 6 foreign nationalities and 23 participants… The International Summer School ‘Historical Ecology in Amazonia’ !
The first edition of the International Summer School ‘Historical Ecology in Amazonia’ took place from 19 to 27 August 2019 in the Yasuni research station
Summarize your doctoral or post-doctoral studies in five minutes: the CEBA launched this challenge during the last annual meeting on October 2013. The aim? Highlight
Each year, the LabEx CEBA supports several innovative research projects. The 2022 Annual Call for Proposals between science and society is now is now open
Ecosystems provide multiple services for humans. However, these services depend on basic ecosystem functions which are shaped both by natural conditions like climate and species
Whiptail lizard lineage delimitation and population expansion as windows into the history of Amazonian open ecosystems
Authors : Martins LF, Choueri EL, Oliveira AFS, Domingos FMCB, Caetano GHO, Cavalcante VHGL, Leite RN, Fouquet A, Rodrigues MT, Carnaval AC, Colli GR, Werneck FP Journal : Systematics and Biodiversity Year : 2021 Team : edb
When local phytotherapies meet biomedicine. Cross-sectional study of knowledge and intercultural practices against malaria in Eastern French Guiana
Authors : Odonne G, Musset L, Cropet C, Philogene B, Gaillet M, Tareau MA, Douine M, Michaud C, Davy D, Epelboin L, Lazrek Y, Brousse P, Travers P, Djossou F, Mosnier E Journal : Journal of Ethnopharmacology Year : 2021 Team : leeisa, ipg, epat
Authors : Yang H, Ciais P, Wang Y, Huang Y, Wigneron JP, Bastos A, Chave J, Chang J, E. Doughty C, Fan L, Goll D, Joetzjer E, Li W, Lucas R, Quegan S, Le Toan T, Yu K Journal : Global Ecology and Biogeography Year : 2021 Team : edb
Unraveling the dietary diversity of Neotropical top predators using scat DNA metabarcoding: A case study on the elusive Giant Otter
Authors : Quéméré E, Aucourd M, Troispoux V, Brosse S, Murienne J, Covain R, Le Bail PY, Olivier J, Tysklind N, Galan M Journal : Environmental DNA Year : 2021 Team : ecofog, edb
Authors : Vacher C, Castagnerol B, Jousselin E, Schimann H Journal : Current Forestry Reports Year : 2021 Team : biogeco, ecofog
Tree species and epiphyte taxa determine the “metabolomic niche” of canopy suspended soils in a species-rich lowland tropical rainforest
Authors : Gargallo-Garriga A, Sardans J, Alrefaei AF, Klem K, Fuchslueger L, Ramírez-Rojas I, Donald J, Leroy C, Van Langenhove L, Verbruggen E, Janssens IA, Urban O, Peñuelas J Journal : Metabolites Year : 2021 Team : amap, ecofog