Defended PhD Theses

PhD thesis of Amelia Curd

On the Macroecology and Global Distribution of the Ecosystem Engineer, Sabellaria alveolata in a changing world

 

 

defended on 07/07/2020

PhD thesis of Thibault Androuin

Trophic ecology of the engineer species Crepidula fornicata and implications for its habitat functioning

 

 

defended on 13/12/2018

PhD thesis of Alexandre Robert

Combined effects of natural and anthropogenic factors on benthic invertebrate communities of Norway lobster mudflats in the Bay of Biscay

 

defended on 30/05/2017

PhD thesis of Tristan Petit

Seabed type characterization and bathymetry estimation by radiative transfer model inversion: Application to hyperspectral imaging of coral reefs

 

defended on 07/03/2017

PhD thesis of Aline Blanchet

The populations of two epibenthic ophiuroids Ophiothrix fragilis et Ophiocomina nigra at the tip of Brittany (France): evolution and trophic ecology

 

defended on 19/12/2012

PhD thesis of Karine Grangeré

Ecophysiological response of oyster Crassostrea gigas to the spatio-temporal variability of environmental factors : use of an ecological model

 

defended on 13/01/2009

PhD thesis of Bastien Taormina

Potential impacts of submarine power cables from marine renewable energy projects on benthic communities

 

 

defended on 16/12/2019

PhD thesis of Auriane Jones

Effect of an engineer species on the diversity and functioning of benthic communities : the Sabellaria Alveolata reef habitat

 

defended on 14/12/2017

PhD thesis of Nikolaos Alexandridis

Models of general community assembly mechanisms simulating the spatial and temporal dynamics of benthic biodiversity

defended on 28/03/2017

PhD thesis of Carine Rigolet

Structural and functional diversity of Haploops nirae habitats in South Britany

 

 

 

defended on 22/02/2013

PhD thesis of Olivier Blanpain

Size graded sediment dynamics: from the processes characterization to the transport modelling in the English Channel

 

defended on 16/10/2009

À la une

This plant makes it possible to see underwater

Published on 13 september

Eelgrass and the Marha project both feature in a Youtube video by nature blogger Marie Wild

The great tide Bay

Published on 7 july

The honeycomb worms and the LEBCO team in Alexandra Barbot's great documentary on the wildlife of the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay, on Ushuaia TV.

Champeaux's honeycomb worms investigated by hyperspectral imaging

Published on 18 may

Drone acquisition campaign for the BIOHERM project