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Antoine Soloy

Antoine Soloy
NASA · Jet Propulsion Laboratory

PhD - Coastal Sciences

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8
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8 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
October 2018 - July 2022
UMR 6143 M2C Morphodynamique Continentale et Côtière
Position
  • PhD Student
April 2018 - October 2018
California Institute of Technology
Position
  • Research Intern
April 2017 - September 2017
Géosciences Environnement Toulouse - Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées
Position
  • Research Intern
Description
  • Hydrodynamics and tides in estuaries analyzed by satellite altimetry. Prospects for the SWOT mission (NASA, CNES) and the TOSCA-CNES project: SWOT COTEST Directors: B. LAIGNEL, F. FRAPPART, E. SALAMEH, I. TURKI & L. CHEVALIER.
Education
September 2016 - June 2018
Université de Rouen
Field of study
  • Continental and coastal environments sciences : Environment, Soils and Water
September 2013 - June 2016
Université de Rouen
Field of study
  • Earth sciences and environmental sciences

Publications

Publications (8)
Thesis
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Gravel beaches are very common coastal environments on the English Channel coasts. They offer an effective protection to the coastal structures against which they rest by absorbing a significant part of the wave energy and are therefore particularly dynamic environments. However, although the dynamics of sandy beaches are well documented, the dynam...
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This article aims to investigate the 3D morpho-sedimentary dynamics of two gravel beaches in relation to hydrodynamic forcing, using a multi-sensor approach. Study sites, namely Etretat and Hautot-sur-Mer, are both located in Normandy, France. Thus, they face similar wave conditions of the English channel's eastern side, with megatidal ranges and c...
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This research was carried out in the framework of the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) program of the French National Centre of Space Studies (CNES). In the context of global climate change, increases in frequency and intensity of extreme events are considered potential threats. Hence, many efforts have been devoted to acquiring a better u...
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Determining the size and shape of coarse sediment is of paramount importance to many applications (e.g. sediment transport, flow resistance in numerical hydraulic models, estimation of current velocity and direction, habitat classification). One of the current challenges is that to reach statistical significance, one needs to collect large amounts...
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In this paper, we investigate the effects of the bathymetry of the floodplain distributaries using a 2-dimensional hydrodynamic model of the Wax Lake Outlet (WLO), delta and floodplain (Louisiana, USA), using Delft3D. Modelling the tidal-fluvial interaction of this region is challenging because of its complex network of low-lying floodplain distrib...
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Coastal systems are extremely dynamic environments exposed to many hazards, making accurate and regular monitoring a major challenge, particularly in the context of global change and sea level rise. In this frame of reference, high-frequency, high-resolution coastal Video Monitoring Systems (VMS) have been installed on three megatidal (tidal amplit...
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This article proposes a new methodological approach to measure and map the size of coarse clasts on a land surface from photographs. This method is based on the use of the Mask Regional Convolutional Neural Network (R-CNN) deep learning algorithm, which allows the instance segmentation of objects after an initial training on manually labeled data....
Presentation
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Presentation at the National SWOT Days 2018 conference at CNES (Toulouse, France). Overview of the methods, results and issues about modeling a vegetalized delta using XBeach.

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Projects (2)
Archived project
This thesis project aims to study the morphological and sedimentary dynamics of the emblematic pebble beaches in Normandy, France. A special focus is given on the shoreline response to storm events, as pebble beaches are known to provide an efficient protection to the coast by dissipating the wave energy. For this purpose, we rely on a coupling between remotely sensed data (video monitoring systems, UAV), deep learning processing methods and numerical modeling to measure, understand and simulate the evolution of the coastline.
Archived project
Modeling the hydrodynamics around the Wax Lake outlet, delta and wetlands using the numerical model X-Beach and remote sensed data as model inputs in order to simulate a sampling of the futur satellite SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) and estimates it's capabilities in wetland and delta areas.