ArcticNet - About us

Sophie Renaut
PhD student - Takuvik Joint laboratory
Université Laval

(Biography) I am a PhD student within the Takuvik joint international laboratory (CNRS/U. Laval). I am interested in the response of phytoplankton dynamics under environmental constraints in polar ecosystems. My background is in Biology (B. Sc., U. Paul Sabatier) with a Master in Oceanography (2012) from the University Pierre & Marie Curie (Paris, France). My master thesis focused on the seasonal variability of fluorescence profiles from data gathered by CTD-tags deployed on elephant seals near Kerguelen Islands (Southern Ocean). I also worked on the seasonal variability of the oceanic partial pressure of CO2 in sea surface waters of the Southwest Indian Ocean. These 2 last projects included data analysis from remote sensing and in-situ data. I also worked on the response of heterotrophic organisms to hypoxic and hypercapnic environments around Mallorca island (Baleares Islands, Spain). This last project included field and laboratory work.

 

Project Member

Remote Sensing of Canada's New Arctic Frontier

Student Information

Thesis Title not available

Thesis Abstract not available

Network Supervisors:
Marcel Babin

Primary Address

Université Laval
Takuvik joint laboratory
1045 Avenue de la Médecine
Québec, Quebec G1V 0A6

Phone: 418-656-2131 #3198

Fax: 418-656-2339

Email: 

Social: http://www.takuvik.ulaval.ca/team/sophie_renaut.php