Rose Manceau

PhD candidate
Student - Palaeoenvironments
J4, L17A
 +61 2 6125 3241

Research

Research interests

My PhD research focuses on the reconstruction of the monsoon influence on the tropical Indian ocean. For this purpose I analyse Mg/Ca and stable isotopes of foraminiferal shells in a highly resolved sediment core that covers the past 500 kyrs, with an emphasis on interglacial MIS 11.​

Thesis title: High-resolution reconstruction of monsoon influences in the Indian Ocean, and glacial inception after Marine Isotope Stage 11​

Publications

Mojtahid, M., R. Manceau, R. Schiebel, R. Hennekam, and G. J. de Lange (2015), Thirteen thousand years of southeastern Mediterranean climate variability inferred from an integrative planktic foraminiferal-based approach, Paleoceanography, 30, doi:10.1002/2014PA002705.
 
Stéphan, P., Goslin, J., Pailler, Y., Manceau, R., Suanez, S., Van Vliet-Lanoë, B., Hénaff, A. and Delacourt, C. (2015), Holocene salt-marsh sedimentary infilling and relative sea-level changes in West Brittany (France) using foraminifera-based transfer functions. Boreas, 44: 153–177. doi: 10.1111/bor.12092

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