Pauline Duros, Ph.D
JSPS Postdoctoral fellow
Geobiology Research Team
Institute of Biogeosciences
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology,
2-15 Natsushima-Cho, Yokosuka, 237-0061, JAPAN
- Ecology of benthic foraminifera
- Impact of physical and biological disturbance on the marine ecosystem
PhD Student at the Laboratory of Recent and Fossil Bio-Indicators (University of Angers, France).
Subject : Ecology on benthic foraminifera in two submarine canyons (NE Atlantic).
Supervisors : Frans JORISSEN, Christophe FONTANIER and Edouard METZGER.
2007-2008: Master degree (2nd year) << Anthropic or natural impact on environment >>, University of Angers, France.
2006-2007: Master degree (1st year) << Marine coastal environment >>, University of La Rochelle, France.
2003-2006: Bachelor degree << Life, Earth, Universe and Environment sciences >> University of Nantes, France.
Research and professional experiences
JSPS Postdoctoral fellow at Institute of Biogeosciences, JAMSTEC
2008(6 months): Research training at the Laboratory of Recent and Fossil Bio-Indicators, University of Angers, France.
Subject : Ecology on benthic foraminifera from Aegean Sea.
Supervisor : Frans JORISSEN.
2007(6 weeks): Research training at IFREMER Nantes, Ecotoxicological department.
Subject : Impact of pesticids on bivalve molluscs from the Vilaine Estuary
Supervisor : Thierry BURGEOT.
2007(1 week): Research training and field trip at the CNRS of Chize.
Subject : Study of the behaviour of sea lions living in Austral sea.
Supervisor : Pierrick BOCHER.