Professor Laure Resplandy is a biogeochemical oceanographer. Her research goals are to understand how climate and ocean physics influence marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems and how these changes can in turn impact the Earth climate. Prof. Resplandy's approach is to design and develop numerical models (from ocean regions to global climate system) and statistical tools to interpret in-situ and satellite observations.
- Changes in ocean oxygenation.
- Global change, ocean acidification and carbon cycle.
- Influence of ocean physics on biological activity and biogeochemical fluxes.
- Climate modeling, ocean small-scale (1 to 100 km) modeling.
2010 Ph.D. in Oceanography – Sorbonne Universités at Laboratory of Oceanography & Climate, France.
2005 Msc in Geophysics – École Normale Supérieure (ENS Paris).
2003 Bsc in Geophysics – École Normale Supérieure (ENS Paris).
Honours and Awards:
2021 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award.
2019 Sloan Foundation Research Fellowship.
2007 French Ministry of Research Excellence Graduate Fellowship.
2002 Ecole Normale Supérieure Undergraduate Fellowship.