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Profil de Franck GILBERT

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Email : franck.gilbertSPAMFILTER@univ-tlse3.fr

Téléphone / phone: +33(0)561558907

Bureau / office : 206

Institution : CNRS

Statut / status: Chercheur

Adresse professionnelle / address:

EcoLab (UMR 5245 CNRS-UPS-INPT)
Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier
Bât. 4R1 118 route de Narbonne
31062 Toulouse cedex 9, France

Site perso / personal website :

Professional positions:

  • CNRS senior scientist, EcoLab - UMR 5245 (France; 2009-present).
  • CNRS researcher, EcoLab - UMR 5245 (France; 2007-2009): Functional biodiversity and ecosystem functioning.
  • CNRS researcher, Marine Microbiology, Geochemistry and Ecology Laboratory - UMR 6117 (France; 2003-2007): Bioturbation and biogeochemistry in marine coastal sediments.
  • CNRS external researcher, Analytical and Marine Chemistry Department, Göteborg University (Sweden; 2000-2001): Fate of organic contaminants in coastal marine sediments: effects of bioturbating and bioirrigating activities of benthic macrofauna.
  • CNRS researcher, Biogeochemistry and Oceanography Laboratory - UMR 6535 (France; 1997-2003): Interactions between bioturbation and bacterial processes. Fate of organic matter in the marine environment.
  • Postdoctoral work, MSRC - State University of New York at Stony Brook (USA; 1997): Bioturbation and organic matter remineralization.
  • Postdoctoral work, ISMER - Université du Québec à Rimouski (Canada; 1996-1997): Role of the Nereis virens digestive process on the fate of hydrocarbons in sediments.
  • Postdoctoral work, HYCAR - Oceanography Center (France; 1995-1996): Interactions between bioturbation and fate of hydrocarbons in sediments. In situ experimentation.
  • Postdoctoral work, OXYTHAU - Oceanography Center (France; 1994-1995): Bacterial anaerobic reductions of nitrate in sediments.

Academic background:

  • 2003 - Habilitation. Aix-Marseille II University, Oceanography Center (France): Bioturbation and biogeochemistry in marine coastal sediments: N-cycle and fate of organic matter [ Thesis in French].
  • 1994 - Ph.D. Aix-Marseille II University, Oceanography Center (France): Influence of bioturbation on denitrifying activity in coastal marine sediments. Effect of an exogenous supply of organic matter: the hydrocarbons [ Thesis in French].
  • 1990 - Master degree. Aix-Marseille II University, French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea (France): Assessment of metabolic activity in marine microalgae using microplate reader. Application to ecotoxicological tests.

Research area: Organisms-sediments/soils relationships

My goals are (i) to investigate the role of macrofaunal functional biodiversity on sediment and soil biogeochemistry and the resulting direct (bioturbation) and indirect (via microbial communities) effects on the fate of natural and anthropogenic organic matter and (2) to study the changes in structure and functioning of organisms/communities affected by anthropogenic inputs. My works realized in collaboration with EcoLab, French and foreign colleagues and students are based on both laboratory/in situ experiments and on field observations.

Ongoing projects:

  • NUCOWS "NUtrient cycles and COntaminants in WaterS in Southeast Asia" (VAST & USTH, Vietnam) ; 2013-2018.
  • FunctionalStreams "Discriminating the effects of global change drivers on headwater streams: a functional perspective" (ANR Fonctionnement Terre fluide et solide); 2015-2018.
  • Member of the French network GDR LiGAFrench Guiana coastline under the influence of Amazonia River.
  • MAGNIFIC "Multiplying in Africa European Global Navigation Initiatives Fostering Interlaced Cooperation - Natural Resources Exploitation" (EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation program); 2015-2017.
  • RivEcoThermS "Conséquences fonctionnelles de l'échauffement de l'eau sur les organismes et écosystèmes de rivière" (Collaboration EcoLab-EDF); 2017-2019.
  • "Etude du fonctionnement biologique des sédiments des mangroves de Guyane en vue du développement  d’un bioindicateur pour la surveillance des Masses d’Eau de Transition et la Masse d’Eau Côtière de Guyane" (Collaboration MIO-LEMAR-EcoLab-Office de l’Eau de Guyane); 2017-2018.

Present responsabilities within research organizations:

  • Head of EcoLab.
  • President of Nereis Park, association that aims to regroup and favor the contacts between all the scientists studying the bioturbation processes ( http://www.nereispark.org/).

Present responsabilities within research programs:

  • EcoLab PI of the project "Etude du fonctionnement biologique des sédiments des mangroves de Guyane en vue du développement  d’un bioindicateur pour la surveillance des Masses d’Eau de Transition et la Masse d’Eau Côtière de Guyane" (Collaboration MIO-LEMAR-EcoLab-Office de l’Eau de Guyane); 2017-2018.

Main/Recent publications

The most recent publications

Aschenbroich A., Michaud E., Gilbert F., Fromard F., Le Garrec V., Alt A., Bihannic I., De Coninck A. & Thouzeau G. (2017). Bioturbation functional roles associated with mangrove development in French Guiana, South America. Hydrobiologia, 794: 179-202.

Gilbert F., Hulth S., Grossi V. & Aller R.C. (2016). Redox oscillation and benthic nitrogen mineralization within burrowed sediments: an experimental simulation at low frequency. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 482: 75–84. DOI:10.1016/j.jembe.2016.05.003.

Gandar A., Jean S., Canal J., Marty-Gasset N., Gilbert F. & Laffaille P. (2016). Multi-stress effects on goldfish (Carassius auratus) behavior and metabolism. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Available as OnlineFirst Article, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-015-5147-6.

Cuny P., Gilbert F., Militon C., Stora G., Bonin P., Michotey V., Guasco S., Duboscq K., Cagnon C., Jezequel R., Cravo-Laureau C., Duran R. (2015). Use of dispersant in mudflat oil contaminated sediment: behavior and effects of dispersed oil on micro- and macro-benthos. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22: 15370-15376.

Militon C., Jézéquel R., Gilbert F., Sylvi L., Cravo-Laureau C., Duran R., Cuny P. (2015). Dynamics of bacterial assemblages and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons removal in oil-contaminated coastal marine sediments subjected to contrasted oxygen regimes. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22: 15260-15272.

Canal J., Laffaille P., Gilbert F., Lauzeral C. & Buisson L. (2015). Influence of temperature on surface sediment disturbance by freshwater fish: a microcosm study. Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology, 51: 179-188. Editors' choice.

Duran R., Bonin P., Jezequel R., Dubosc K., Gassie C., Terrisse F., Abella J., Cagnon C., Militon C., Michotey V., Gilbert F., Cuny P. & Cravo-Laureau C. (2015). Effect of physical sediment reworking on hydrocarbon degradation and bacterial community structure in marine coastal sediments. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22: 15248-15259.

Ferrando A., Gonzalez E., Franco M., Commendatore M., Nievas M., Militon C., Stora G., Gilbert F., Esteves J.L. & Cuny P. (2015). Oil spill effects on macrofaunal communities and bioturbation of pristine marine sediments (Caleta Valdés, Patagonia, Argentina): experimental evidence of low resistance capacities of benthic systems without history of pollution. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22: 15294-15306.

Gilbert F., Stora G. & Cuny P. (2015). Functional response of an adapted subtidal macrobenthic community to an oil spill: macrobenthic structure and bioturbation activity over time throughout an 18 months field experiment. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22: 15285-15293.

Links

Complete list (including links to papers through OATAO open access repository)

http://oatao.univ-toulouse.fr/view/people/Gilbert=3AFranck=3A=3A.html

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