Improving data management for territorial metabolism studies

This PhD thesis aims to analyse how data which are used for territorial metabolism evaluation are collected, processed, summarized.

Territorial metabolism studies are a result of large amount of data, and the way they are usually manipulated has a big influence on the time study and quality.

This thesis is structured around three pragmatic questions:
* What is the availability and variability of data sources ?
* What are the possible usage of these data, according territorial actor needs ?
* What are the methods that may help for data processing ?

The study will concern the french region "Grand-Est". Based on the first study in Alsace (2015), the research will try to go further in analysis.

More information may be found about this thesis on : http://metabolisme-territorial.fr (in French)

Researcher(s)
Benoit Ribon
Supervisor(s) / Coordinator(s)
Dominique Badariotti, René Kahn
Institution
Université de Strasbourg, Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l'Energie (ADEME)
Status
ongoing
Completion target date
30 sept. 2019
More information
benoit.ribon@live-cnrs.unistra.fr

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