Camille Visinand
Profiles

Camille Visinand

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Role

PhD Student in Environmental Science

Qualifications

Education 


From October 2017 onwards: PhD in Environmental Science, Plymouth University

2015-2017: Master's Degree in Marine Environmental Chemistry, European Marine Institute, France

2012-2015: Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, University of Pau, France

Internships

January-June 2017: Climate and oceanographic change in the Pacific sector of the Southern Ocean during the Holocene, University of Otago, New Zealand

January-February 2016: Organic geochemical analyses of suspended particulate organic matter, particles entrained in sea-ice and sediments in the Arctic Ocean; Investigations toward the occurrence of GDGTs in sea-ice influenced systems and its implications for the TEX86 proxy, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany

Professional membership

Association of Polar Early Career Scientists

Grants & contracts

2017: Travel Grant, LabexMER (1900€)

2016: Travel Grant, LabexMER (600€)