Created to quickly understand the extent of natural disasters, this tool uses messages posted on Twitter to apprehend these phenomena.
The TERRASS application is a free platform for information and networking of actors who valorise off-site excavated soil (producers and receivers) according to the national methodology for the valorisation of excavated soil. It allows each actor to justify the traceability of its operations by collecting and banking the data.
The Observatory of the Catalan Sandy Coast
The Observatory of the Catalan Sandy Coast, known as ObsCat, aims to gain a better understanding of the evolution of the sandy coastline and thus better apprehend the risks of erosion and marine submersion.
Thermoddem is a research project with the objectives of experimental data selection, thermodynamic parameter extraction and information dissemination. It develops thermodynamic and kinetic databases that can be downloaded for direct use by the main numerical geochemical simulation tools.