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DECAPAGE, 2011-2015

In-depth characterization of HC-degradation capacities of marine sediment microbial communities: adaptation, metabolic processes and influence of oxygenation regimes

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Funding

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Partners

2011-2015

€500K (ANR)

ANR 

(Joint funding)      

IPREM 5254, Université de Pau et des pays de l’Adour

Cedre

LMGEM, Université Aix-Marseille II

 

As part of Cedre’s work towards enhancing knowledge of oil behaviour in the environment, Cedre joined a consortium of French academic teams to focus on the issue of the fate of spilt oil, and more specifically of the response of a sensitive environment (estuary, mudflat) to an oil spill.

The DECAPAGE project, launched in 2011 and achieved in 2015, follows on from the DHYVA project. It focuses on microbial communities in coastal sediment, by developing and applying an integrated multidisciplinary approach in order to explore oil degradation capacities and to understand the ecology of sedimentary systems.

The aim is to improve knowledge of biodegradation by microbial communities, when redox oscillations and different oxygenation regimes are applied.

 

 

Project website (in French): http://iprem-eem.univ-pau.fr/live/Decapage

 

More information

Project description
ANR (The French National Research Agency) website