Joel Rodet

Joel Rodet
Université de Rouen | UR · Département de Géologie

Doctorat d'Etat ès Lettres & Sciences Humaines (University of Paris-Sorbonne)

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Introduction
Joel Rodet currently works at the Département de Géologie, Université de Rouen. Joel does research in Karstology, Hydrology, Geomorphology and Cartography. His current project is 'History of the speleology in Normandy (France).'
Additional affiliations
September 2019 - December 2019
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil)
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • lecturing in karstology for graduation and post-graduation in geology and geomorphology (geography) 4th Minero Symposium of Karst
November 2018 - December 2018
Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • lecturing in geomorphology / research in quartzite karstology
September 2018 - December 2018
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brasil
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • lecturing in karstology for graduation and post-graduation in geology and geomorphology (geography)
Education
September 2012 - June 2013
Université de Rouen
Field of study
  • Portuguese Linguage
November 1983 - July 1991
Sorbonne Université
Field of study
  • Geomorphology
September 1979 - September 1980
Université de Rouen
Field of study
  • Environment Sciences

Publications

Publications (290)
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Thematic approach of the natural heritage resources of the coastal area of Fecamp (English Channel): bays, caps, endo- and exo-karst, paleo-sea abrasion platforms, paleo-beaches, exsurgences and underground quarries.
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Manual explaining the main stages of the karstification and the signficance of the features in the evolution of the karst system
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Quantifying rates of river incision and continental uplift over Quaternary timescales offer the potential for modelling landscape change due to tectonic and climatic forcing. In many areas, river terraces form datable archives that help constrain the timing and rate of valley incision. However, old river terraces, with high‐level deposits are prone...
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Amputée par une carrière à ciel ouvert au cours de la seconde moitié du 19ème siècle, la grotte des Petites Dales tire son nom du Norrois « Dale » qui signifie vallée. En effet, avant 1412, la vallée des Petites Dalles s’écrivait avec un seul L, orthographe que l’on retrouve sur une carte topographique IGN de 1957 (fig.2). Reconnue spéléologiquemen...
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La spéléologie normande est de reconnaissance récente, depuis une cinquantaine d'années, mais elle est l'héritière d'une longue tradition du sous-sol, initiée dès le Néolithique. Dans un premier temps, ce sont les carriers qui ont utilisé, souvent en le détruisant, le patrimoine naturel souterrain, pour en extraire des matériaux. Assurément, ils on...
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Les phénomènes de Liesegang questionnent bon nombre de spéléologues du point de vue de leurs origines et de leur rôle dans la karstogénèse. Dans la craie, ces phénomènes sont visibles sous forme d'auréoles et de bandes composées de fronts d'oxyde de fer (ocres) et de manganèse (noires). Cependant, ces phénomènes observés pour la première fois par R...
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The eastern part of the Hesbaye plateau, which extends into the Dutch Limburg, was excavated by many underground quarries that mainly exploited the Cretaceous chalk of the Maastrichtian. In this area, the Meuse and its tributaries cut into the shallow dipping formations. Thus, entries of quarries usually are on hillsides. Most galleries sink horizo...
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57 J. RODET, La grotte, fruit d'une longue gestation appelée karstification KARSTOLOGIA n° 69, 2016 • 57-64 RÉSUMÉ : La grotte, emblème spéléologique fondateur, se révèle être le produit d'une longue et complexe évolution qui s'individualise après la définition d'une altération concentrée de l'encaissant considéré. Initialement absente de l'érosion...
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The study of the Cerro Benitez in Chilean Patagonia (Última Esperanza) allows documenting a specific karst genesis in the Andean margins, between the hyper-humid areas to the west and the dry regions east to the Andes. This karst genesis is related to the Patagonian ice sheet evolution during the last glacial maximum (ca 40-17.5 ka cal. BP) with gl...
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Presentation of three field excursion about chalk hydrogeology on the sea border of the Pays de Caux (Normandy, France). 1- Hydrogeology of the Yport Spring Basin and the water supply station of the Le Havre City 2- Karstology of the Petites Dales Cave 3- Chalk structure and Hydrology of Le Tilleul seacliffs.
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Caves in the Upper Cretaceous Chalk limestone are generally rare, but more common in the Normandy (France), with several hundred recorded sites (Rodet, 1992). Most occur in the Seine valley and along the Pays de Caux coastline. Few caves are several km long with active streamways; others are relict systems, sometimes preserved up to 90m asl. Many c...
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A detailed study of the microclimate of Petites Dales karst cave with single-entrance is presented in this paper. Two years of cave monitoring investigate temperature, weight of water vapour and airflow distributions outside and inside the cavity to determine the global behaviour of the karst cave. In addition, daily measurements of temperature and...
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Sobre a história de evolução da Gruta da Macumba em Lagoa Santa, ao lado da Gruta da Lapinha, Minas Gerais.
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As investigações sobre a interface entre o arcabouço geológico e suas coberturas superficiais inconsolidadas podem fornecer indicadores sobre a natureza processual dos fenômenos que modelaram a organização geomorfológica da superfície terrestre. Para este trabalho foi escolhida a borda sul do carste de Lagoa Santa em Vespasiano, Minas Gerais, em vi...
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A gruta da Macumba é uma pequena caverna fóssil calcárea, vizinha da gruta turística da Lapinha, no Parque Estadual do Sumidouro (Lagoa Santa, MG). Essa gruta é totalmente desconectada do contexto cárstico atual, cortada pela topografia superficial. Sua organização espacial é bastante simples, constituída por três galerias que se encontram no ponto...
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Em substrato quartzoso, as formas tipicamente cársticas podem ocorrer por alteração química da rocha, especialmente pela hidrólise, com posterior remoção mecânica, mas sofrendo menor influência da dissolução no material rochoso. De qualquer forma, os processos inerentes à carstificação, geoquímicos e hidrodinâmicos, e as morfologias resultantes são...
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Presentation of the successive stages of karstification, from the ante-karst phase to the paleo-karst phase, showing that cave results of a long gestation, first in geochemical context and after with hydrodynamic impact when input karst water and output karst water are linked
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Paisagens cársticas suspensas podem guardar elementos resultantes de processos naturais que nelas atuaram antes do seu alçar. Na região centro-norte de Minas Gerais, esse tipo de cenário foi observado nas superfícies cimeiras de elevações topográficas tabulares situadas em terrenos da bacia do Riacho Fundo. Tais feições de relevo desenvolvem-se em...
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Les Petites Dales, grotte fédérale et fédérative Résumé La grotte des Petites Dales est entrée dans le patrimoine spéléologique de la Seine Maritime en 1966, lorsqu'elle a été révélée par François Desbordes et le Spéléo-Club de Rouen. En raison de l'ampleur des travaux à mener, pendant près de 25 ans, la grotte reste une cavité de second ordre, mal...
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Michel Lepiller was the first caver who studied anthropogenic and solution caves in the chalk limestone of Normandy, between 1961 and 1974, organizing the early school of physical and ecological speleology, as a geologist, hydrogeologist and chiropterologist. After 1974, he worked in the Northern French Alpes and Val de Loir as a lecturer in karst...
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330 Contribution to the studies about the Brazilian Karstic areas: the geomorphological cartography as a subsidy to the analysis of the evolution of the Karst in the Karstic region of Currais de Pedras (KRCP) The Brazilian karstic geomorphology has advanced significantly and one of its main tools for such development is the cartography of karstic a...
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RESUMEN Se presentan los resultados de nuevos trabajos realizados en la cueva del Medio, Ultima Esperanza, Chile. Algunos de los principales procesos de formación de la cueva y de acumulación de sus sedimentos han sido identificados. Nuevas excavaciones mostraron evidencias de fauna extinta utilizando la cueva desde aproximadamente 14,000 años radi...
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a new view of karstication from the weathering stages to the paleo-karst decease
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The Rio Peruaçu basin is located on the left bank of the Rio São Francisco, in the north of the state of Minas Gerais. While its upper portion collects the waters flowing from the sandstone formations of the Urucuia, its lower part cuts into the Bambuí limestones, carving out a narrow canyon about 200 m deep for which the site is known. Over more t...