2014 October 1 and 2, in ENSNP (Blois, France).
Organized by the the National School of higher studies in Nature and Landscape architecture (ENSNP) and the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, these days are designed to bring together PhD students and researchers whose work focuses on the landscape with different disciplinary inputs (history, philosophy, geography, landscape ecology ...). This is to meet the expectations and needs of the community of doctoral students for an interdisciplinary exchange and confrontation of viewpoints, methods and presentation of results.
For more information : See the program !
Plants are carrying a double historicity: firstly because of their life history (evolution, reproductive cycle, etc.), on the other hand because of their human history (botanical studies, selection, cultural practices, uses, etc.). This intrinsic historic character based interdisciplinary approaches that take into account both the biological history of human history plants.
These two day workshop will be conducive to trade on the analysis of interdisciplinarity at work in research that cross the historical approach and the experimental plant sciences (genetics, physiology, pathology, systematic study evolution, etc.). Indeed, they develop a complex interaction between these disciplines and raise methodological and epistemological questions.
Human and Environmental Interactions. Environmental Research Questions and Practices
Robert Chenorkian & Samuel Robert (ed.), Collection « Indisciplines », Quae / NSS, 2014
The human and environmental observatories can enlighten the current issues of global change and globalisation of human activities, especially those affecting the biodiversity, the vulnerability of environments and regions, the impacts on the resources and the health of populations. Taken from miscellaneous scientific disciplines, this work brings a free viewpoint on the topic "Think about observation and research in human and environmental interactions".
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