Impacts of climate change on coastal benthic ecosystems

 

Ivane Pairaud

Ivane Pairaud is a physical oceanographer. In 2008, she joined the French Research Institute for Exploration of the Sea (IFREMER) as a researcher. She works on the modelling and observation of the Mediterranean Sea coastal dynamics. She is part of multidisciplinary projects dealing with the impacts of human activities on the ecosystems. More particularly, she works with biogeochemists on the coupling of models and she is interested by the climate changes impacts at the coastal scale.

Selected publications:

  • Pairaud I.L., Gatti J., Bensoussan N., Verney R., Garreau P. (2011). Hydrology and circulation in a coastal area off Marseille: Validation of a nested 3D model with observations. Journal of Marine System 88 (1), 20-33 (on line) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2011.02.010
  • Pairaud I.L., Auclair F., Marsaleix P., Lyard F., Pichon A. (2010). Dynamics of the semi-diurnal and quarter-diurnal internal tides in the Bay of Biscay. Part 2: Baroclinic tides. Continental Shelf Research, 30(3-4), 253-269. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2009.10.008
  • Pairaud I. L., Lyard F., Auclair F., Letellier T., Marsaleix P. (2008). Dynamics of the semi-diurnal and quarter-diurnal internal tides in the Bay of Biscay. Part 1: Barotropic tides. Continental Shelf Research, 28, 1294-1315.
  • Auclair F., Estournel C., Marsaleix P., Pairaud I. (2006). On Coastal Ocean Embedded Modelling. Geophys. Research Letters, Vol. 33, No 14, L 1 4602, 10.1029/2006GL026099.

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