Oral communications & posters

Replay many presentations and posters of the international conference EcotoxicoMic2020

Many EcotoxicoMic2020 contributors have accepted to make their oral presentations (including some keynotes) and posters freely available online.

Please consult below the list of the available videos and posters.

(participants to EcotoxicoMic2020 who have not yet authorised the storage and display of their talk or poster can contact us)

Guasch Helena  Micro-Organisms in complex systems: Biological interactions, pollution and climate change

Hallin Sara  Microbes and N cycling in contaminated soil – dealing with additional stress

Billet et al.  Antibiotics favor the establishment of antibiotrophic bacteria in agricultural soil microbial communities, but are not always sufficient to enhance antibiotic-degradation: manure spreading can help.

Bonnineau et al  The impact of urban contamination on antibioresistance in microbial communities from periphyton and sediments

Briand et al. Metal resistance genes rich biofilm communities selected by biocide-containing surfaces in temperate and tropical coastal environments

Carles et al. Wastewater effluent impacts the microbial diversity of periphyton in artificial streams and leads to increased community tolerance to micropollutants

Doose et al.Effects of thorium on periphytic biofilm community, taxonomic structures, nutritional quality, and its trophic transfer to the snail Lymnaea sp.


Evariste et al. Ecotoxicity of graphene-based materials toward a diatom-bacteria biofilm


Fikri et al. Resistance and resilience of soil N cycle-related bacterial processes to drought and heat stress in rehabilitated urban soils.


Larras et al.The power of the dose-response framework to uncover molecular functional responses of micro-organisms to chemicals:Dromics

Laviale et al.Characterizing the effects of a complex contamination by pesticides: Preliminary results on the Cleurie River (France), a pilot site for an interdisciplinary approach based on phototrophic biofilms.


Lips et al. How to anchor metabolic responses of microbial communities to community functioning?


Noyer et al. Particle-attached riverine bacteriome shifts in a pollutant-resistant and pathogenic community during a Mediterranean extreme storm event

Palacios et al.    A disturbed environment impacts the gut microbiota of the Mediterranean pond turtle Mauremys leprosa (Schweigger, 1812)

Paris et al.          Metabolic response of Microbacterium sp. C448 exposed to environmental and medicinal concentrations of sulfamethazine antibiotic


Video posters (Flash presentations)

Ben Othman et al. (Leboulanger)              Toxicity of PAHs to phytoplankton: an example of legacy contaminants with effects still not adequately addressed

Carles et al. (Batisson)    Bioremediation of agricultural soils: a natural preventive approach to reduce the environmental contamination by pesticides

Chonova et al.   Passive samplers to highlight the presence of pharmaceuticals and their potential effect on microbial communities


Colls et al.          The URBIFUN project – Urbanization effects on the relationship between microbial diversity and ecosystem functioning

Hanano et al.     Exposure of Aspergillus flavus NRRL 3357 to Dioxin Results in a Hyper Aflatoxicogenic Phenotype: A Possible Role for Caleosin/Peroxygenase (AfPXG)

Hellal et al.         Bacterial biotransformation of chlordecone and two degradation products from the In Situ Chemical Reduction process (ISCR)


Diaz-Vanegas et al.         Field testing of two filling materials for the bioremediation of arsenic-rich Acid Mine Drainage

Duperron et al. Microbiome-aware ecotoxicology of organisms: relevance, pitfalls and challenges

Evariste et al.    Gut microbiota and host-related responses of Xenopus laevis tadpoles exposed to nanoparticles:


Jouffret et al.     Deep exploration of the microbial community in sediments from the Seine river basin by combining metagenomics & metaproteomics

Lavergne et al.  Microbial diversity and pathways mediating mercury transformations in Antarctic aquatic ecosystems

Malbezin et al.  Response of river biofilms to herbicide contamination: taxonomic and functional changes and their implications for nutritional quality

The video will be made available soon

Noyer et al.        Archaea and Bacteria evolve differently in response to a Mediterranean extreme storm event

The video will be made available soon

Palacios et al.    Removal of microbial communities (Archaea and Bacteria) from wastewaters by photo-oxidation on TiO2 under controlled radiation

The video will be made available soon

Pesce et al.         Benthic communities as indicators of large lake surface sediment contamination: A case-study in Lake Geneva.

Standard posters (pdf)