Tanguy Soulié

Tanguy Soulié
Université de Montpellier | UM1 · UMR MARBEC

Doctor of Philosophy
Post-doc - Marine Ecology

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Introduction
Tanguy Soulié currently works at the Marine Biodiversity, Exploitation and Conservation (MARBEC) centre at Université de Montpellier. Tanguy does research in Plankton Ecology, with a focus on understanding how coastal plankton communities respond to climate-change disturbances using high-frequency sensor data.
Additional affiliations
October 2018 - December 2021
Université de Montpellier
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Metabolic responses of marine planktonic communities to perturbations: input of high frequency measurements during in situ mesocosm experiments.
February 2018 - July 2018
Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls
Position
  • Master Student
Description
  • Effect of vitamins B1 and B12 on the picoeukaryotes phytoplanktonic blooms. 16S/18S metabarcoding data management, and enrichment microcosms experiments. Community composition analyses through flow cytometry.
June 2017 - September 2017
Novia University of Applied Sciences NOVIA
Position
  • Master Student
Description
  • Respiration rate of the copepod E. affinis along a salinity gradient in the Baltic Sea. experimental protocol set-up to follow the oxygen consumption of copepods on micro-chambers under controlled conditions.
Education
September 2013 - June 2018
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse
Field of study
  • Biological Engineering

Publications

Publications (8)
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Climate change-induced salinity decrease is currently occurring in many estuarine coastal zones, due to increased outflow of freshwater. This freshening can be a problem for brackish-water animals, already living on the edge of their salinity tolerance. We measured oxygen consumption of common copepod Eurytemora affinis along a natural salinity gra...
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The response of coastal lagoon plankton communities to warming was studied during two in situ mesocosm experiments in spring and fall of 2018 in the Mediterranean. Phytoplankton biomass, gross primary production (GPP), community respiration (R), phytoplankton growth (µ), and loss (l) rates were estimated using high-frequency chlorophyll-a fluoresce...
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In recent decades, the increase in terrestrial inputs to freshwater and coastal ecosystems, especially occurring at northern latitudes, has led to a process of water color darkening known as "brownification." To assess how brownification affects plankton community composition and functioning in northern coastal areas, an in situ mesocosm experiment...
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As heatwaves are expected to increase in frequency and intensity in the Mediterranean Sea due to global warming, we conducted an in situ mesocosm experiment for 20 days during the late spring and early summer of 2019 in a coastal Mediterranean lagoon to investigate the effects of heatwaves on the composition and function of coastal plankton communi...
Thesis
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Planktonic processes playing a key role in the fate of matter and global biogeochemical cycles, gross primary production (GPP), net community production (NCP) respiration (R), growth (µ) and loss (L) rates of phytoplankton were quantified using high-frequency (HF) data acquired by sensors immersed in in situ mesocosms during experiments simulating...
Poster
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Tester les scénarios identifiés par les observations et la modélisation sur le fonctionnement des écosystèmes côtiers : expérimentations en mésocosmes in situ et apport des mesures à haute-fréquence
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To investigate the responses of a natural microbial plankton community of coastal Mediterranean waters to warming, which are still poorly known, an in situ mesocosm experiment was carried out in Thau Lagoon during autumn 2018. Several microorganisms, including virio-, bacterio-, and phytoplankton < 10 µm in size, were monitored daily and analysed u...
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Understanding how aquatic ecosystems respond to perturbations has emerged as a crucial way to predict the future of these ecosystems and to assess their capacity to produce oxygen and store atmospheric carbon. In this context, in situ mesocosm experiments are a useful approach for simulating disturbances and observing changes in planktonic communit...