For the 18th year, the Geosciences College and the Hydrogeotech Student Chapter are organizing Environment Day, on the Beauvais & Microsoft Teams campus, on Thursday, March 25, 2021.
Eight conferences will make up this event, during which you will learn about the close links between wine culture and geology.
- The geological background of Beaujolais nouveau. Pascal BARRIER - UniLaSalle BEAUVAIS (09h20)
- Production systems (conventional, organic, biodynamic) and wine taste, is there a relationship ? Béatrice BAS - Wine and You (10h00)
- Contribution of tomography and photo-interpretation to the analysis of the Festigny landslide (Marne, France). Sarah ORTONOVI - University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, GEGENAA (10h40)
- Impact of World War I on the Champagne vineyards. Case of the northern slope of the Montagne de Reims. Anne COMBAUD - UniLaSalle BEAUVAIS (11h20)
- Frost control in Champagne: 100 years of innovations and research. Basile PAUTHIER - Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (14h)
- Climate change in Champagne and adaptation strategies - Basile PAUTHIER - Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (14h40)
- Wine-growing terroirs of the Côte d'Or. Physical and historical characterization. Anne COMBAUD - UniLaSalle BEAUVAIS (15h20)
- Once upon a time, Beaujolais, as seen by Alumni. Adeline RAVOUX - ARC (Adeline Ravoux - Cabinet) (4:00 pm)
please send an email to Michaël Goujon: email@example.com
The conferences will be recorded and available soon.