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Come to Cerfacs by bike, bus or car

Cerfacs is located on Météo-France Campus (Météopole) at Toulouse ; 42 avenue Gaspard Coriolis.

By bike

A page is dedicated to cycling to Cerfacs.

By public transportation

  • From the city centre, take the Metro, direction Basso Cambo, to the terminus; take Bus N°18 (Lycée Polyvalent) and get off at the Météorologie stop.
  • From Tournefeuille, you must access bus 21 to Basso Cambo and get off at the Vandel stop.

 

By car

  • From PARIS-BORDEAUX by highway:
    • before the tollgate, take the direction FOIX-TARBES.
    • on the ring road take exit N°27 LA CEPIERE, METRO, then take exit 27 towards CUGNAUX
      and then THE PRADETTES; then follow the METEO-CERFACS signs.
  • From MONTPELLIER or CARCASSONNE by highway:
    • before the tollgate, take the direction FOIX-TARBES, cross LA GARONNE then only take the direction BORDEAUX
    • on the ring road take exit N°27 LA CEPIERE, CUGNAUX, LES PRADETTES; then follow the signs METEO-CERFACS.

NEWS

Continuity of activity of the Cerfacs during the Covid-19 pandemic

superadmin |  20 March 2020

On Monday 16 March 2020, in the context of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 epidemic, Cerfacs decided to reorganize its activities by implementing a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and deploying teleworking facilities for all its employees. All staff members thus continue to carry out their full mission.Read more


A fiery wakeup call for climate science

superadmin |  26 February 2020

The extent of the recent wildfires in Australia significantly exceeded the projections of any member of the multi-model CMIP archive.  This highlights how current multi-model ensembles may be under-representing the risks of natural disasters under climate change.  Limited coupled system process representation in most models coupled with a lack of parameter uncertainty exploration means that some risks are not explored by the existing international multi-model framework.  This calls for a reassessment of how to focus climate model development on providing robust risk quantification for those impacts which most directly affect society. Sanderson, B.M., Fisher, R.A. A fiery wake-up call for climate science. Nat. Clim. Chang. (2020) nature.com Media coverage BBC Sydney Morning Herald The Guardian Wired The Daily Express YahooRead more

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