The coming of age of microbial ecotoxicology: report on the first two meetings in France

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The first meeting was kindly funded by Irstea and by the INRA’s national network of Ecotoxicologists. The second meeting greatly benefited from the support of our respective governmental research organizations (CNRS, IFREMER, INRA, IRD, and Irstea) and of the Francophone Association for Microbial Ecology (AFEM). We would also like to thank the academic reception staff of Irstea in Lyon-Villeurbanne and of the Oceanology Observatory of Banyuls, as well as Anne-Laure Achard (Head of Scientific and Technical Information, Irstea Lyon-Villeurbanne) for bibliometric analysis.

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Ghiglione, JF., Martin-Laurent, F., Stachowski-Haberkorn, S. et al. The coming of age of microbial ecotoxicology: report on the first two meetings in France. Environ Sci Pollut Res 21, 14241–14245 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-014-3390-x

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  • Microbial Community
  • Scientific Conference
  • Chlordecone
  • Interested Researcher
  • French Research