Séréna Albert

Séréna Albert

Doctor of Philosophy

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6 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
July 2018 - August 2021
Stockholm University
Position
  • Teaching Assistant - Marine Biology
Description
  • Teaching Assistant for BSc field course at Tjärnö and Askö marine stations every summer.
June 2018 - June 2018
Stockholm University
Position
  • Project supervisor
Description
  • Organization and supervision of a research project for high school students. The project was to assess microplastic concentrations in surface waters, and was conducted at Askö field station for 2 weeks.
Education
February 2017 - March 2022
Stockholm University
Field of study
  • Marine Ecology
September 2013 - September 2015
Sorbonne Université
Field of study
  • Oceanography and Marine Environments
September 2010 - June 2013
Université de Rennes 1
Field of study
  • Molecular and cellular sciences (biology)

Publications

Publications (6)
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In coastal aphotic sediments, organic matter (OM) input from phytoplankton is the primary food resource for benthic organisms. Current observations from temperate ecosystems like the Baltic Sea report a decline in spring bloom diatoms, while summer cyanobacteria blooms are becoming more frequent and intense. These climate-driven changes in phytopla...
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Phytoplankton comprises a large fraction of the vertical carbon flux to deep water via the sinking of particulate organic matter (POM). However, despite the importance of phytoplankton in the coupling of benthic‐pelagic productivity, the extent to which its deposition in the sediment affects bacterial dynamics at the water‐sediment interface is poo...
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Coastal sediments are major contributors to global carbon (C) mineralization and nutrient cycling and are tightly linked to processes in the pelagic environment. In this study, we aimed to investigate the regulating potential of quantity and quality of planktonic organic matter (OM) deposition on benthic metabolism, with a particular focus on nitro...
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Pelagic primary production is the main input of organic energy for benthic production below the photic zone. In the Baltic Sea, spring phytoplankton blooms are dominated by diatoms that sink out rapidly and export nutritionally favorable matter to benthic secondary production, while the summer blooms have more variable sedimentation rates and nutri...

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