The Laboratory of Georesources (LGR) is a public research structure under the direction of the Centre for Water Research and Technologies (CERTE) located in Borj-Cedria in Tunisia. We have more than 20 years of experience in developing and applying top-level research in the field of geosciences. We work in a multidisciplinary approach and closely with stakeholders and socioeconomic partners to solve priority issues in the country such as these related to water major challenges.
We are more than 35 researchers from various disciplines covering hydrology, hydrogeology, geophysics, geomodelling, remote sensing, geology, geochemistry, geomaterials valorization, biostratigraphy, and climate change working together to address these challenges facing society and science. We are also contributing to academia by publishing original research in peer-reviewed journals, and actively involved in teaching, training and supervising Master and PhD researchers by providing them all scientific and technical support and a wide range of facilities and equipment.
LGR develops leading edge applied geosciences research to provide scientific development and technical support to the society to solve environmental critical issues under changing conditions including water resources modelling under climate and land use change, water quality assessment, geological, geophysical and geochemical investigation, field monitoring, on-site and remote sensing data acquisition techniques, and hydrological and hydrogeological modelling. The LGR is also organising many scientific events to disseminate recent findings and programs to a wide range of audience. The Atlas Geosciences International Conference (AGIC) is a bi-annual international conference organised by the LGR since 2017 and is being now recognized as a high-scientific level event to discuss recent advances in applied geosciences (AGIC).
Because we deliver science to society, LGR is very active in civil society and working with many national and international NGOs. In this regard, LGR is happy to announce the creation of the Association Tunisienne de Géoressources “ATGr” aiming at valorising the geological diversity and heritage as well as geoscience education on all levels in Tunisia (visit the ATGr page).
For more than 20 years we have been delivering expertise in applied geosciences to public organisations as well as private sectors and industry to support their development in strategic areas. We provide:
Gravity, electric, seismic and electro-magnetic investigations of deep and near surface groundwater tables and Petroleum geologic structures and reservoirs
Geochemical approaches to study organic and inorganic compounds in solid and liquid matrices such as rocks, soils, water in a modern and ancient environment.
Data analysis and thinking, stratigraphic/facies analysis, Reservoir geomodel construction…
High-end computers to draw the geological map, generate the tectonic models, and use fault kinematics inversion method.
Making measurements of the earth using sensors on airplanes or satellites. (Sentinel-2, Landsat-8 and Radar)
AGIC2021 will bring together researchers, research scholars, experts and policy makers to share their research, experiences and discuss recent advances in Water Quality, Global Changes and Groundwater Responses. The conference will cover many aspects related to Watershed and Groundwater grouped in four main topics:
-Track 1: Water quality in hydrosystems
-Track 2: Impacts of global changes on water resources
-Track 3: Groundwater response to anthropogenic pressure
-Track 4: Sustainable and smart solutions for water resources management
The AGIC2021 Scientific Committee will select the best and most-interesting contributions for publication in Special Issues and as book chapters in peer-reviewed International Journals.