Croiser les disciplines et partager la connaissance produite dans un observatoire : élaboration d’une frise chrono-systémique pour l’OHM Vallée du Rhône

Abstract : The Rhône Valley Human-Environment Observatory (OHM) studies hydrosystem dynamics and riverine societies along the French Rhône river course. Since 2010, data centralization and diffusion have been structured within a SDI (Spatial Data Infrastructure) which has strengthened the interactions between scientists and practitioners. In 2018, the CHRONO-RHÔNE project is conducted in this context of knowledge sharing. The objective is to develop a chronosystemic timeline describing the significant events in the Rhône geo-historical trajectory in regard to the OHM research results. This timeline is aimed to be a communication tool for river managers and a working tool for researchers in order to cross disciplines and to raise new scientific issues. This communication presents the steps of timeline construction, from the conception of a trial version to the organization of a researchers-managers workshop. The challenge lies in developing a dynamic, ergonomic and evolving web tool. We believe that the SAGEO'2018 workshop will provide us some technical solutions.
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Fanny Arnaud, Dad Roux-Michollet, Aurélie Antonio, Carole Barthelemy, Georges Carrel, et al.. Croiser les disciplines et partager la connaissance produite dans un observatoire : élaboration d’une frise chrono-systémique pour l’OHM Vallée du Rhône. SAGEO’2018 : Conférence internationale francophone Spatial Analysis and GEOmatics, Nov 2018, Montpellier, France. ⟨10.13140/RG.2.2.16146.50887⟩. ⟨hal-01914822⟩

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