Last publications

P. Roperch, J. Gattacceca, M. Valenzuela, B. Devouard, J.-P. Lorand and P. Rochette et al. Widespread glasses generated by cometary fireballs during the late Pleistocene in the Atacama Desert, Chile: COMMENT, Geology, Vol. 50, pp. e550-e550, 05, 2022. [More]
N. Favretto-Cristini, F. Wang, P. Cristini, T. Garlan, O. Morio and E. Diego Mercerat et al. Assessment of Risks Induced by Countermining Unexploded Large-Charge Historical Ordnance in a Shallow Water Environment—Part II: Modeling of Seismo-Acoustic Wave Propagation, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Vol. 47, pp. 374-398. 2022. [More]
A. C. Horleston, J. F. Clinton, S. Ceylan, D. Giardini, C. Charalambous and J. C. E. Irving et al. The Far Side of Mars: Two Distant Marsquakes Detected by InSight, The Seismic Record, Vol. 2, pp. 88-99, 04, 2022. [More]

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Welcome to the Laboratory of Planetology and Geodynamics website.

Our laboratory is a mixed research unit which depends on the CNRS, and the universities of Nantes and Angers. It includes one hundred of research actors working on four thematics : Changing Marine Systems, Planet Earth, Diverse Icy Worlds and Terrestrials Planets.

On this website, you will find all the information about our research, the life of our laboratory, university training associated with our research, and the various actions we take to communicate with the public.

 

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