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LASBLEIZ Marine      
Fonction : PhD
Equipe: CYBELE
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Curriculum Vitae:     
Grants awarded

2016: Endeavour Research Fellowship, Australian Government, Macquarie University Post-Doctoral position, Sydney.

2015: Award of the best thesis research 2014, Aix-Marseille University, Marseille.

2014: Award of the best innovative project, Doctoriales en Provence 2014, Marseille.

2013: Award of the best poster, Conference of the Doctoral School in environmental sciences (ED251)

2011: PhD grant - French Ministry of Research and Higher Education
Activités de Recherche:     
I was a PhD student in oceanography and biogeochemistry at the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography from October 2011 to December 2014. My phD subject was focused on the KEOPS 2 program (Kerguelen Ocean and Plateau compared Study) that aimed to better understand the impact of natural iron fertilization on the ecosystem functioning and the associated biogeochemical cycles by targeting the Kerguelen region. As part of this general aim, I have been interested in addressing:
(1) The impact of iron on the biogeochemical cycles of carbon, silicon, nitrogen and phosphorus
(2) The impact of iron on the nutritional dynamics of phytoplankton and the phytoplankton community structure
(3) The link between biogeochemical cycles and phytoplankton community composition
To this end, I used two different approaches during my thesis. First, a classical biogeochemical approach in describing the distribution of particulate matter and its dynamics in terms of Si fluxes (using stable isotope enrichment experiments 30Si). The second approach, constituting the originality of my research, consisted in reaching cellular and specific levels by assessing specific carbon biomass from biovolume (counts by microscopy) and identifying key species that were actively silicifying (using the innovative PDMPO staining method). This study provided new information on Si uptake at the cellular and specific level, bringing unprecedented description of the Si cycle linked to community structure and to Si specific uptake. Observations suggested that physiological traits of diatoms directly drove matter export to depth in the Kerguelen region, highlighting the importance of studying the specific composition of diatom assemblages to better understand their impact on the biogeochemical cycles.

KEOPS 2 website: http://keops2.obs-vlfr.fr/
Domaines de Recherche:
  • Physique/Physique/Géophysique
  • Planète et Univers/Sciences de la Terre/Géophysique
  • Planète et Univers/Océan, Atmosphère
  • Chimie/Chimie analytique
Productions scientifiques :
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+ Influence of diatom diversity on the ocean biological carbon pump doi link

Auteur(s): Tréguer Paul, Bowler Chris, Moriceau Brivaëla, Dutkiewicz Stephanie, Gehlen Marion, Aumont Olivier, Bittner Lucie, Dugdale Richard, Finkel Zoe, Iudicone Daniele, Jahn Oliver, Guidi Lionel, Lasbleiz M., Leblanc K., Lévy Marina, Pondaven Philippe

(Article) Publié: Nature Geoscience, vol. p. (2017)

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+ Composition of diatom communities and theircontribution to plankton biomass in the naturallyiron-fertilized region of Kerguelen in the SouthernOcean doi link

Auteur(s): Lasbleiz M.(Corresp.), Leblanc K.(Corresp.), Armand Leanne, Christaki Urania, Georges Clément, Obernosterer Ingrid, Queguiner B.(Corresp.)

(Article) Publié: Fems Microbiology Ecology, vol. p.Oxfordjournals (2016)

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+ Production regime and associated N cycling in the vicinity of Kerguelen Island, Southern Ocean doi link

Auteur(s): Cavagna A. J., Fripiat François, Elkens M, Mangion P., Chirurgien L., Closset Ivia, Lasbleiz M., Florez-Leiva L., Cardinal Damien, Leblanc K., Fernandez C., Lefevre D., Oriol L., Blain Stéphane, Queguiner B., Dehairs Franck

(Article) Publié: Biogeosciences, vol. 12 p.6515-6528 (2015)

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+ Pigments, elemental composition (C, N, P, and Si), andstoichiometry of particulate matter in the naturally iron fertilized region of Kerguelen in the Southern Ocean doi link

Auteur(s): Lasbleiz M., Leblanc K.(Corresp.), Blain Stéphane, Ras Josephine, Cornet-Barthaux V.(Corresp.), Helias Nunige S.(Corresp.), Queguiner B.(Corresp.)

(Article) Publié: Biogeosciences, vol. 11 p.5931 (2014)