Selune scientific program

Understanding the mechanisms of restoration of the Selune river following the removal of two dams

Welcome to the Selune scientific program website

Your access to all information from our scientific monitoring to help you understand the restoration of the Sélune valley

The Selune scientific program began in 2012 and will continue until 2027. Its aim is to monitor the restoration of the Selune and its valley following the removal of two hydroelectric dams on its main course: the Vezins and La-Roche-Qui-Boit dams.

Browse this site to find out more about the scientific monitoring carried out in the Selune valley. Enjoy your visit!

14 September 2023

By: Selune Team

Special issue - a collection of scientific articles on the monitoring of large dam removals

A special issue of the scientific journal "Frontiers in" is currently being prepared. It brings together several scientific articles on the impact of the removal of large dams and the restoration of ecosystems.
On 22 June 2023, the Selune scientific program was invited to present the research carried out on the Selune to the members of the Seine Normandy Water Agency's scientific council.
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The Selune scientific program was present throughout the day to talk about the monitoring carried out on the Selune.
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Ouverture de l'accès au nouveau site web du programme Sélune

Selune Agenda

All the events
Intervention informatique
11 12
11 April 2023
"La Mazure" Leisure base
Selune Science day