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Laboratory of Physical Geography

The LGP's research interests lay at the interface between Earth (geomorphology, geology), Life (ecology and biology) and Social Sciences (geography, archeology). The research carried out at the LGP is both fundamental and applied as it deals with the reconstruction of the Quaternary paleoenvironments, the historical evolution of hydrological systems, the analysis of biodiversity, the effects of climate change on the environment and the dynamics of natural hazards.

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The LGP's research interests lay at the interface between Earth (geomorphology, geology), Life (ecology and biology) and Social Sciences (geography, archeology). The research carried out at the LGP is both fundamental and applied as it deals with the reconstruction of the Quaternary paleoenvironments, the historical evolution of hydrological systems, the analysis of biodiversity, the effects of climate change on the environment and the dynamics of natural hazards.

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The LGP's research interests lay at the interface between Earth (geomorphology, geology), Life (ecology and biology) and Social Sciences (geography, archeology). The research carried out at the LGP is both fundamental and applied as it deals with the reconstruction of the Quaternary paleoenvironments, the historical evolution of hydrological systems, the analysis of biodiversity, the effects of climate change on the environment and the dynamics of natural hazards.

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Last publications

Journal articles

2023

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F. Blaser, H. Djema, J.-L. Locht, S. Clément, C. Coussot, and P. Wuscher, "Carences structurelles et interprétatives dans l’archéologie préventive d’avant le Dernier Maximum Glaciaire : réflexions à partir des données franciliennes.," Mémoires de la Société préhistorique française, 2023. <hal-03940048>.
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T. Dépret, N. Thommeret, H. Piégay, and E. Gautier, "Can lateral mobility be restored along a highly domesticated low-energy gravel-bed river?," Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 325, pp. 116485, Jan. 2023. <10.1016/j.jenvman.2022.116485>. <hal-03853525>.
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T. Dépret, E. Gautier, N. Thommeret, H. Piégay, C. Virmoux, J. Hooke, and D. Grancher, "A multi-spatiotemporal scale strategy to evaluate factors controlling pebble mobility and its interactions with bedforms in a lowland gravel-bed river," CATENA, vol. 223, pp. 106882, Apr. 2023. <10.1016/j.catena.2022.106882>. <hal-03946451>.
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M. Fontugne, C. Hatté, V. Ollivier, N. Tisnérat, and C. Kuzucuo\u Glu, "Variability of radiocarbon reservoir effects in lakes and rivers in Anatolia and Lesser Caucasus.," Radiocarbon, 2023. <hal-03926060>.
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C. Kuzucuo\u Glu, and S. Leroy, "GEOGRAPHIC AND GEOMORPHOLOGIC CONTEXT OF CASPIAN SEA LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS OVER THE LATE PLEISTOCENE AND HOLOCENE," Quaternaire, 2023. <hal-03926052>.
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C. Nehme, A. Al, S. Karado\u Gan, C. Kuzucuo\u Glu, E. Pons-Branchu, and D. Mouralis, "Karst landscapes in South-Eastern Turkey: potential of cave sediments as archives for paleoclimate studies and landscape evolution," Quaternaire, 2023. <hal-03926063>.
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Q. Wackenheim, C. Richter, N. Limondin-Lozouet, D. Wolf, F. J. García-Tortosa, E. Marzin, L. Hofmann, J. Dabkowski, and D. Faust, "Holocene molluscan successions from southeastern Spain (Galera, Andalusia): a palaeoenvironmental framework and a palaeobiogeographic resource of the Granada UNESCO Geopark," Journal of Molluscan Studies, vol. 89, no. 1, Mar. 2023. <10.1093/mollus/eyac033>. <hal-03940286>. PDF

2022

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M. Abdulkarim, S. Chapkanski, D. Ertlen, H. Mahmood, E. Obioha, F. Preusser, C. Rambeau, F. Salomon, M. Schiemann, and L. Schmitt, "Morpho-sedimentary characteristics of Holocene paleochannels in the Upper Rhine alluvial plain, France," E&G Quaternary Science Journal, vol. 71, no. 2, pp. 191-212, 2022. <10.5194/egqsj-71-191-2022>. <hal-03779738>. PDF
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M. Akhavan Kharazian, G. Jamet, S. Puaud, H. Vahdati Nasab, M. Hashemi, G. Guerin, M. Heydari, P. Antoine, J.-J. Bahain, and G. Berillon, "First geoarchaeological study of a Palaeolithic site on the northern edge of the Iranian Central Desert: Mirak (Semnan, Iran)," Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 201, pp. 104739, Jun. 2022. <10.1016/j.jaridenv.2022.104739>. <hal-03938581>.
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M. Akhavan Kharazian, G. Jamet, S. Puaud, H. Vahdati Nasab, M. Hashemi, G. Guerin, M. Heydari, P. Antoine, J.-J. Bahain, and G. Berillon, "First geoarchaeological study of a Palaeolithic site on the northern edge of the Iranian Central Desert: Mirak (Semnan, Iran)," Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 201, pp. 104739, Jun. 2022. <hal-03932867>.

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