TerraScience deploys a myriad of technical skills in order to answer your needs and concerns in several areas of expertise. Here are the most common ones.

Exploration and valorisation of environmental data

Environmental data constitute the pulse and the radiographs of natural systems. Handling such data requires the rigorous mobilisation of transversal skills, from simple visual diagnostics to advanced statistical analysis and signal processing. Data shall then be used to draw the portrait of terrestrial systems. This interpretation phase must also be performed in line with state-of-the-art rules and techniques, emerging from recent research or proven standards.

TerraScience makes your data speak thanks to rigorously applied state-of-the-art techniques.


Modeling may take on different forms and have various goals depending on the overall target of a project. TerraScience manages all aspects of modeling, with applications in hydrology, hydrogeology and reservoir hydromechanics.

Scientific programming

TerraScience develops its own algorithms to process, analyse, visualise and interpret data, which notably allows for the automation of recurring and heavy computing procedures. TerraScience uses principally MATLAB® , a programming software and language particularly powerful and adapted to scientific computing.

Review and analysis of the scientific literature

Academic papers are numerous and written in a highly technical language. At TerraScience, we know how to dig up the essential information out of such a large cluster of knowledge, and always with a critical eye. We perform the synthesis of complex scientific work in order to elaborate proper study or R&D startegies based on up-to-date reviews of academic level.

Measurements and field experimentation

Obtaining high quality environmental data is essential to understand natural processes and their evolution over space and time. Nonetheless, one cannot measure all possible physical and chemical variables, always and everywhere. Hence, it is important to design a coherent in situ observation framework that both reaches the characterisation goals and optimises the cost / profit ratio. TerraScience helps its clients in the world of in situ observation, from conceptualisation to instrument deployment.

Coming soon at TerraScience Satellite imaging and remote sensing

Data from remote sensing acquisition systems such as satellites bring precious spatialised information that may be used to assess natural hazards, to manage lands and resources, or to follow the evolution in space and time of continental hydrosystems.

TerraScience is particularly interested in these methods and will soon be able to propose the use of remotely sensed data to its clients.

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