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Rosine Cartier

Research interests:

Cumulative effects of climate change and human activities have already resulted in major changes in physico-chemistry and biological communities of many lakes. Therefore, understanding complex interactionsbetween aquatic systems, climate and watershed dynamics is a key point to improve conservation strategies. Palaeolimnological studies allow investigation of lake ecosystem responses (progressive changes, abrupt regime shits) with regard to natural and anthropogenic disturbances over long timescales. My researches use two main approaches to reconstruct past lake trajectories including the study of (1) aquatic bioindicators assemblages (diatoms and ostracods) and (2) palaeohydrology using oxygen isotope records.

At Lund, I'm involved in an international project « HD Ylake research program » that aims to improve our understanding of the processes driving continental hydrothermal activity in the present and in the past, using the Yellowstone Lake hydrothermal system (Wyoming, USA) as a model. One part of this interdisciplinary project is to reconstruct past environmental changes that may have influenced hydrothermal activity of sub-lacustrine vents, including past changes in lake level and climate over the last 15,000 years.

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Rosine Cartier
E-mail: rosine [dot] cartier [at] geol [dot] lu [dot] se

Postdoctoral fellow

Quaternary Sciences

Sölvegatan 12, Lund

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