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Les apports en eau de l'Amazone à l'Océan Atlantique

Jacques Callède, Gérard Cochonneau, Fabrício Vieira Alves, Jean-Loup Guyot, Valdemar Santos Guimarães, Eurides De Oliveira
<span title="">2010</span> <i title="Consortium Erudit"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/2rlpknepqbaszheu3qazu5jbf4" style="color: black;">Revue des sciences de l eau</a> </i> &nbsp;
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Indirect Assessment of Sedimentation in Hydropower Dams Using MODIS Remote Sensing Images

Rita Condé, Jean-Michel Martinez, Marco Pessotto, Raúl Villar, Gérard Cochonneau, Raoul Henry, Walszon Lopes, Marcos Nogueira
<span title="2019-02-05">2019</span> <i title="MDPI AG"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/kay2tsbijbawliu45dnhvyvgsq" style="color: black;">Remote Sensing</a> </i> &nbsp;
In this study, we used moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS) satellite images to quantify the sedimentation processes in a cascade of six hydropower dams along a 700-km transect in the Paranapanema River in Brazil. Turbidity field measurement acquired over 10 years were used to calibrate a turbidity retrieval algorithm based on MODIS surface reflectance products. An independent field dataset was used to validate the remote sensing estimates showing fine accuracy (RMSE of 9.5
more &raquo; ... r = 0.75, N = 138). By processing 13 years of MODIS images since 2000, we showed that satellite data can provide robust turbidity monitoring over the entire transect and can identify extreme sediment discharge events occurring on daily to annual scales. We retrieved the decrease in the water turbidity as a function of distance within each reservoir that is related to sedimentation processes. The remote sensing-retrieved turbidity decrease within the reservoirs ranged from 2 to 62% making possible to infer the reservoir type and operation (storage versus run-of-river reservoirs). The reduction in turbidity assessed from space presented a good relationship with conventional sediment trapping efficiency calculations, demonstrating the potential use of this technology for monitoring the intensity of sedimentation processes within reservoirs and at large scale.
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The flood recession period in Western Amazonia and its variability during the 1985–2015 period

Josyane Ronchail, Jhan Carlo Espinoza, Guillaume Drapeau, Manon Sabot, Gérard Cochonneau, Tatiana Schor
<span title="">2018</span> <i title="Elsevier BV"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/g7yrk7yivrex5gjeugtz7pyyam" style="color: black;">Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies</a> </i> &nbsp;
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Water levels in the Amazon basin derived from the ERS 2 and ENVISAT radar altimetry missions

Joecila Santos da Silva, Stephane Calmant, Frederique Seyler, Otto Corrêa Rotunno Filho, Gerard Cochonneau, Webe João Mansur
<span title="">2010</span> <i title="Elsevier BV"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/lm57ugzxwjehna44tee4sjxr4u" style="color: black;">Remote Sensing of Environment</a> </i> &nbsp;
This study sets out to analyze the stages of water bodies in the Amazon basin derived from the processing of ERS-2 and ENVISAT satellite altimetry data. For ENVISAT, GDR measurements for both Ice-1 and Ice-2 tracking algorithms were tested. For ERS-2, the Ice-2 data produced by the OSCAR project was used. Water level time series over river segments of very different width, from several kilometers to less than a hundred of meters, were studied. The water level time series that can be derived
more &raquo; ... narrow riverbeds are enhanced by off-nadir detections. Conversely, the off-nadir effect may degrade the series over large bodies if not properly accounted for. Comparison at crossovers and with in situ gauges shows that the quality of the series can be highly variable, from 12 cm in the best cases and 40 cm in most cases to several meters in the worse cases. Cautious data selection is clearly a key point to achieve high quality series. Indeed, low quality series mostly result from inclusion of outliers in the data set finally retained for the computation of the series. Ice-2 and Ice-1 tracking algorithms in the ENVISAT data perform almost equally well. ENVISAT altimetry is clearly an improvement on ERS-2 altimetry.
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Rainfall control on Amazon sediment flux: synthesis from 20 years of monitoring

Elisa Armijos, Alain Crave, Jhan Carlo Espinoza, Naziano Filizola, Raul Espinoza, Irma Ayes, Paula Fonseca, Pascal Fraizy, Omar Gutierrez, Philippe Vauchel, Benoit Camenen, Jean Michel Martínez (+4 others)
<span title="2020-05-04">2020</span> <i title="IOP Publishing"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/medu565fibbhhnn3v42eh5j2u4" style="color: black;">Environmental Research Communications</a> </i> &nbsp;
Vauchel P, Santini W, Guyot J L, Moquet J S, Martinez J M, Espinoza J C, Baby P, Fuertes O, NoriegaL Puita O, Sondag F, Fraizy P, Armijos E, Cochonneau G, Timouk F, Oliveira E, Filizola N, Molina J, Ronchail  ... 
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Threatened fish spawning area revealed by specific metabarcoding identification of eggs and larvae in the Beni River, upper Amazon

Guido Miranda-Chumacero, Cédric Mariac, Fabrice Duponchelle, Lilian Painter, Robert Wallace, Gérard Cochonneau, Jorge Molina-Rodriguez, Carmen Garcia-Davila, Jean-François Renno
<span title="">2020</span> <i title="Elsevier BV"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/kcd6zobworandoyl7i7m53pvae" style="color: black;">Global Ecology and Conservation</a> </i> &nbsp;
Identifying fish spawning areas is of great ecological and conservation importance as fishes are suffering increasing threat levels from anthropogenic activities. However, to date very few studies have done so in the Amazon basin. In the Beni River located in the upper Madeira basin, fishers reported that a particular ecotone near the town of Rurrenabaque was a fish reproduction area. To test the importance of this zone as a spawning site, we conducted an ichthyoplankton survey during the month
more &raquo; ... when reproduction is most likely to occur. The specific identification of larvae and eggs was made with a metabarcoding analysis. With this approach 13 different fish species of high importance for regional and local fisheries were identified, including the long-distance migratory gilded catfish (Brachyplatystoma rousseauxii), considered as endangered in the upper Madeira. Combining the development time of morula-gastrula egg stages with the integrated current velocity of the river, we identified a spawning area that ranges between the last gravel beaches close to Altamarani community and the San Miguel del Bala community on top of Suse strait, the last foothill of the Andes. This spawning area further extends upstream in the Madidi and Pilon Lajas protected areas and Tacana and T'simane indigenous communities, when considering eggs in final embryo stage. This portion of the Beni River, at the Andean foothills, is heavily impacted by anthropogenic activities, ranging from unmanaged fisheries to contamination coming from the extraction of fluvial aggregates, upstream gold mining, deforestation associated with a sugar cane mill, an existing downstream dam, and projected upstream dam projects. Some urgent solutions for the conservation of this already impacted area are proposed. Confirming fish spawning zones, although difficult, is crucial to inform the definition of priority areas for conservation and management measures, in particular when these sites host endangered species.
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Building the information system of the French Critical Zone Observatories network: Theia/OZCAR-IS

Isabelle Braud, Véronique Chaffard, Charly Coussot, Sylvie Galle, Patrick Juen, Hugues Alexandre, Philippe Baillion, Annick Battais, Brice Boudevillain, Flora Branger, Guillaume Brissebrat, Rémi Cailletaud (+18 others)
<span title="2020-05-04">2020</span> <i title="Informa UK Limited"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/34ljetff2nehjngsyzurbfahtu" style="color: black;">Hydrological Sciences Journal</a> </i> &nbsp;
The French Critical Zone research infrastructure, OZCAR-RI, gathers 20 observatories sampling various compartments of the critical zone, each having developed their own data management and distribution systems. A common information system (Theia/OZCAR IS) was built to make their in situ observation FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable). The IS architecture was designed after consultation of the users, data producers and IT teams involved in data management. A common data model
more &raquo; ... ed on various metadata standards was defined to create information fluxes between observatories' ISs and the Theia/OZCAR IS. Controlled vocabularies were defined to develop a data discovery web portal offering a faceted search with various criteria, including variables names and categories that were harmonized in a thesaurus published on the web. This paper describes the IS architecture, the pivot data model and open-source solutions used to implement data discovery, and future steps to implement data downloading and interoperability services.
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Suspended sediment and dissolved load budgets of two Amazonian rivers from the Guiana Shield: Maroni River at Langa Tabiki and Oyapock River at Saut Maripa (French Guiana)

Francis Sondag, Jean Loup Guyot, Jean Sébastien Moquet, Alain Laraque, Georges Adele, Gérard Cochonneau, Jean Claude Doudou, Christelle Lagane, Philippe Vauchel
<span title="2010-02-17">2010</span> <i title="Wiley"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/c35gmip5evcwllntvezelkst6i" style="color: black;">Hydrological Processes</a> </i> &nbsp;
This work presents the data collected within the framework of an Observatory of research in Environment on the Amazonian basin -the ORE HYBAM. It relates to the dissolved and solid loads of the two main rivers of French Guiana, the Maroni and Oyapock rivers, running on the Guiana shield and draining respectively 64 230 and 24 630 km 2 . The low coefficient of variation of the average annual flows of the two rivers indicates an inter-annual hydrological stability probably related to the
more &raquo; ... vicinity of the Atlantic Ocean. The sedimentary load is mainly composed of quartz and kaolinite. The total suspended solid concentrations are among the world's lowest values; they range from 1 to 130 mg l -1 during the hydrological cycle, with averages of 22 and 12 mg l -1 , for the Maroni and Oyapock rivers respectively. The seasonal variability of these values is significantly higher than that of hydrologic flows, but without simple relationship with the discharge. Water chemical composition of the two rivers indicates a very weak mineralization, very similar to that found in the Amazonian rivers running on the Brazilian and Guianese shields and in the Congo River and its tributaries in the Central African Shield. Seasonal variations are observed in both basins; they correspond to higher concentrations during low water stage (from October to February) and to more diluted water during the flood, from April to July. A signature enriched in Clis present at the Saut Maripa station on the Oyapock River indicating a more marked influence of the trade winds in this basin. The computation of atmospheric contributions to ions budget indicated a weak contribution for Ca 2+ and Mg 2+ , which originates mainly from water-rock interactions in both stations, while more than half of Na + is derived from atmospheric inputs.
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Monitoring water level in large trans-boundary ungauged basins with altimetry: the example of ENVISAT over the Amazon basin

Frederique Seyler, Stephane Calmant, Joecila da Silva, Naziano Filizola, Emmanuel Roux, Gerard Cochonneau, Philippe Vauchel, Marie-Paule Bonnet, Robert J. Frouin, Serge Andrefouet, Hiroshi Kawamura, Mervyn J. Lynch (+2 others)
<span title="2008-12-05">2008</span> <i title="SPIE"> Remote Sensing of Inland, Coastal, and Oceanic Waters </i> &nbsp;
et al.. Monitoring water level in large trans-boundary ungauged basins with altimetry : the example of ENVISAT over the Amazon basin. A AB BS ST TR RA AC CT T Brasil and Bolivia have water plans projects on the Beni-Madeira river, a major tributary of the Amazon. There are four main tributaries to the Rio Madeira: the Guapore, the Mamore and the Beni rivers into the Bolivian territory, and the Madre de Dios River crossing the North of Bolivia, coming from Peru. Most parts of these rivers are
more &raquo; ... y far from the Andean capital cities of Bolivia and Peru, unreachable for long periods of time. Very few gauging stations are in operation, either for the Bolivian or the Peruvian part, most of them being located at the Andes piedmont or near the confluence at the Brazilian border as they form the Madeira river. This situation is exemplary of large transboundary basins in the tropical part of the world. We have computed 39 water level time series using ENVISAT altimetry data over the four tributaries of the Madeira and the Madeira itself. We present a preliminary study mostly conducted onto the Guapore river, in order to assess the quality of these time series for a variety of situations, but mostly narrow and meandering riverbeds. Comparison between water levels variation in the mainstream and within the inundations plains and lakes are drawn. We conclude by the perspectives offered by the combined use of radar altimetry and SAR imagery for the global monitoring of water resources, in large tropical transboundary basins. Keywords : hydrology, floodplain, wetlands, water level, radar altimetry, transboundary basin, ungauged basin, Amazon basin. 1. . I IN NT TR RO OD DU UC CT TI IO ON N Observing the temporal and spatial variations in water stored or transiting through rivers, floodplains, wetlands and lakes is essential in many aspects. It is known that societies will lack freshwater in many parts of the world within a not too distant future, and that already one third of the world's population has no access to clean water 1 . Nonetheless, our knowledge of the terrestrial water balance is limited to some well measured basins of medium size, all located in temperate areas. The scientific community is well aware of the important role of equatorial water system in the global carbon cycle. Estimate of CO 2 outgassing from Amazonian wetlands suggests that river systems are a source of CO 2 an order of magnitude greater than the exportation to ocean of organic plus inorganic carbon 2 . But the uncertainties about processes involved in the alternatively dry and inuntaded floodplain, the volume of water transiting through this huge interface between land and water, and the net balance of these ecosystems are still great. These issues and the way we can reduce the uncertainties and improve our response to the climate change threats is strongly dependent on our ability to track the time variations of water stage in great tropical river systems. Unfortunately, the conventional observations of water dynamics are scarce and unevenly spatially distributed, especially in tropical regions of the earth. Quoting Alsdorf et al., 3 , « there is a widespread recognition of the need for better observations and understanding of surface water distribution globally ». The Group on Earth Observations (GEO) was
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ENSO and rainfall along the Zongo valley (Bolivia) from the Altiplano to the Amazon basin

Josyane Ronchail, Robert Gallaire
<span title="">2006</span> <i title="Wiley"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/bd2g7gc7qba33nex52kkbiznaq" style="color: black;">International Journal of Climatology</a> </i> &nbsp;
Our thanks also go to Gérard Cochonneau for his help in preparing the figures.  ... 
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Global Evaluation of the ISBA-TRIP Continental Hydrological System. Part I: Comparison to GRACE Terrestrial Water Storage Estimates and In Situ River Discharges

R. Alkama, B. Decharme, H. Douville, M. Becker, A. Cazenave, J. Sheffield, A. Voldoire, S. Tyteca, P. Le Moigne
<span title="">2010</span> <i title="American Meteorological Society"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/i5od5eofrnhevoxsbkipb4pmxi" style="color: black;">Journal of Hydrometeorology</a> </i> &nbsp;
The authors wish to thank the GRACE, GRDC, R-ArcticNET, and HyBAm (especially Gerard Cochonneau) sampling teams for their field data collection effort.  ... 
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A simple groundwater scheme in the TRIP river routing model: global off-line evaluation against GRACE terrestrial water storage estimates and observed river discharges

J.-P. Vergnes, B. Decharme
<span title="2012-10-30">2012</span> <i title="Copernicus GmbH"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/xjanl2qypjf63cwvjmqfpmzmra" style="color: black;">Hydrology and Earth System Sciences</a> </i> &nbsp;
The authors wish to thank the GRACE, GRDC, R-ArcticNet, USGS and HyBAm (especially Gerard Cochonneau) sampling teams for their field data collection effort.  ... 
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A simple groundwater scheme in the TRIP river routing model: global off-line evaluation against GRACE terrestrial water storage estimates and observed river discharges

J.-P. Vergnes, B. Decharme
<span title="2012-07-04">2012</span> <i title="Copernicus GmbH"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/yoealyvdl5cppbhfojs7qfgu5i" style="color: black;">Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions</a> </i> &nbsp;
The authors wish to thank the GRACE, GRDC, R-ArcticNet, USGS and HyBAm (especially Gerard Cochonneau) sampling teams for their field data collection effort.  ... 
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Facts about the International Association of Hydrological Sciences

J. C. RODDA
<span title="">1981</span> <i title="Informa UK Limited"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/nlf4bbpzcnedvdbxp64s2z3y5m" style="color: black;">Hydrological Sciences Bulletin</a> </i> &nbsp;
La limite entre ces formations et les quartzites précambriens a été cartographiée vers le pk 455 (Gérard, 1958; Unesco, 1987 ) (Figs 2 et 3); la variation se manifeste d'abord dans les sables des barres  ...  algorithmes, dont le pas de temps de calcul est journalier, ont une architecture commune, à savoir: Acquisition des débits: importation selon plusieurs formats de fichiers dont les fichiers Hydrom (Boyer & Cochonneau  ... 
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Vers la démocratie culturelle Vers la démocratie JOURNAL OFFICIEL DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE

Marie-Claire Martel
<span title="">2017</span> <span class="release-stage">unpublished</span>
dont les rappporteur.e.s sont Agnès Popelin et Gérard Aschiéri, janvier 2017.  ...  Cochonneau, Dagès, Mme Even, M. Ferey, Mme Gautier, M. Roguet, Mmes Valentin, Vial. Associations M. Deschamps, Mme Lalu, M. Lasnier, Mmes Martel, Sauvageot, Trellu-Kane. CFDT M.  ...  Gérard Aschieri et Agnès Popelin LES AVIS DU CESE CESE 21 OCTOBRE 2017 Quelle politique pour les pôles de compétitivité ? Frédéric Grivot LES AVIS DU CESE  ... 
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