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Laurent Y. Alleman

Laurent Y. Alleman
IMT Nord Europe

Ph.D. in Isotopic Geochemistry

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Introduction
Working on trace and major elements found on ambient fine and ultrafine particles and their potential health impact (biomonitoring, oxidative potential and bioaccessible behavior in physiological fluids).
Additional affiliations
October 2012 - present
IMT Lille Douai
Position
  • Biogeochemical and industrial ecology
November 2004 - present
IMT Lille Douai
Position
  • Head of Department
March 2001 - August 2004
Royal Museum for Central Africa
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
October 1992 - March 1997
Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement des Géosciences de l’Environnement
Field of study
  • Apport des isotopes stables du plomb au suivi des traces métalliques en Méditerranée et en Atlantique Nord

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Projects (9)
Project
The major focus of the Laboratory of Excellence CaPPA - Chemical and Physical Properties of the Atmosphere - relies on the whole aerosol system and its precursors, allowing a better understanding of their role on the climate : radiative forcing and hydrological cycle. Additionally, the labex investigates the evolution of air quality at local, regional and global levels with specific concerns for radionuclides. It is a fundamental mission of the Labex CaPPA to further promote the northern region of France as a center of excellence in research and education. In bringing together 7 research groups, the labex CaPPA creates a multidisciplinary synergistic partnership strongly contributing to metrological innovations in the field of atmospheric environment. It therefore takes effectively part in the regional and national socio-economic development. 7 laboratories: LOA, PC2A, PhLAM, SAGE, LPCA, LASIR, ICARE
Archived project
The general objective of the CLIMLAKE project is to understand the impact of climate variability on Lake Tanganyika hydrodynamics and ecology. A multidisciplinary survey will collect field data needed to develop the ECO-HYDRO model that will be used for interpretation of past climate variability. The specific objectives are: (1) to investigate relationships between climate, hydrodynamics, lake chemistry, nutrients, primary production, abundance of organisms (diatoms...) and changes in composition of mollusc shells during three years of intensive sampling (2) to link hydrodynamics with ecological processes (particularly planktonic production and changes in communities), using the ECO-HYDRO model, implemented from the 3D CLIO model (3) to validate the model using mollusc shells composition (last 0-100 years), previous limnological (FAO, LTBP,...) and an historical climate database (4) to use diatoms analysis in lake sediments and the ECO-HYDRO model to extend the climate variability interpretation for the last 1500 years (5) to analyse the series obtained (multispectral analysis...), to investigate teleconnections with other climate proxies in Europe and in the world, to provide climate modelers with high resolution historical climate data enabling the variability study of signals such as ENSO,....
Archived project
The general objective of the CLIMLAKE project is to understand the impact of climate variability on Lake Tanganyika hydrodynamics and ecology. A multidisciplinary survey will collect field data needed to develop the ECO-HYDRO model that will be used for interpretation of past climate variability. The specific objectives are: (1) to investigate relationships between climate, hydrodynamics, lake chemistry, nutrients, primary production, abundance of organisms (diatoms...) and changes in composition of mollusc shells during three years of intensive sampling (2) to link hydrodynamics with ecological processes (particularly planktonic production and changes in communities), using the ECO-HYDRO model, implemented from the 3D CLIO model (3) to validate the model using mollusc shells composition (last 0-100 years), previous limnological (FAO, LTBP,...) and an historical climate database (4) to use diatoms analysis in lake sediments and the ECO-HYDRO model to extend the climate variability interpretation for the last 1500 years (5) to analyse the series obtained (multispectral analysis...), to investigate teleconnections with other climate proxies in Europe and in the world, to provide climate modelers with high resolution historical climate data enabling the variability study of signals such as ENSO...