Articles dans revues à comité de lecture

  • Lartaud F., Meistertzheim A.L., Peru E. and Le Bris N. (2017) In situ growth of reef-building cold-water corals: the good, the bad and the ugly. Deep Sea Res Part I Oceanogr Res Pap 121:70–78.
  • Kalenitchenko D, Dupraz M, Le Bris N, Petetin C, Rose C, West NJ,  Galand PE (2016). Ecological succession leads to chemosynthesis in mats colonizing wood in sea water. ISME Journal, 10(9): 2246-2258
  • Matthew Chung, Valentin Starovoytov, Justin Staley, Nadine Le Bris, Costantino Vetriani, Donato Giovannelli (2016). Sulfurovum riftiae sp. nov., a mesophilic, thiosulfate-oxidizing, nitrate-reducing chemolithoautotrophic Epsilonproteobacterium isolated from the tube of the deep-sea hydrothermal vent polychaete, Riftia pachyptila. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 04/2016; 66(7). DOI:10.1099/ijsem.0.001106.
  • Lartaud F, Galli G, Raza A, Priori C, Benedetti MC, Cau A, Santangel G, Iannelli M, Solidoro C, Bramanti L 2016. Growth Patterns in Long-Lived Coral Species. In book: Marine Animal Forests, pp.1-32. [DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-17001-5_15-1].
  • L. A. Levin and N. Le Bris. The deep ocean under climate change. Science 350, 766 (2015). DOI: 10.1126/science.aad0126
  • Meistertzheim A.L., Lartaud F., Arnaud-Haond S., Kalenitchenko D., Bessalam M., Le Bris N., Galand P. Patterns of bacteria-host associations suggest different ecological strategies between two reef building cold-water coral species. Deep-Sea Research, Part I. 114, 12-22.
  • Nedoncelle K., F. Lartaud, L. Contreira-Pereira, M. Yücel, A. M. Thurnherr, L. Mullineaux, N. Le Bris. Bathymodiolus growth dynamics in relation to environmental fluctuations in vent habitats. Deep-Sea Research Part I.
  • Gollner, S., Govenar, B., Arbizu, P.M., Mills, S., Le Bris, N., Weinbauer, M., Shank, T.M., Bright, M., 2015. Differences in recovery between deep-sea hydrothermal vent and vent-proximate communities after a volcanic eruption. Deep Sea Res. Part Oceanogr. Res. Pap. 106, 167–182. doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2015.10.008.
  • Kalenitchenko D., Fagervold S.K., Pruski A.M., Vétion G., Yücel M., Le Bris N., P.E. Galand (2015) Temporal and spatial constraints on community assembly during microbial colonization of wood in seawater. The ISME Journal (2015), 1–14.
  • German, C.R., Legendre, L.L., Sander, S.G., Niquil, N., Luther, G.W., Bharati, L., Han, X., Le Bris, N., 2015. Hydrothermal Fe cycling and deep ocean organic carbon scavenging: Model-based evidence for significant POC supply to seafloor sediments. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 419, 143–153. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2015.03.012
  • Rodrigues C., S. R. Laming, S. M. Gaudron, G. Oliver, N.Le Bris, S. Duperron. 2015. A sad tale: has Idas argenteus lost its symbionts? A sad tale: has Idas argenteus lost its symbionts? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 114(2):398-405. Doi: 10.1111/bij.12431.


  • Fagervold SK, Romano C, Kalenitchenko D, Borowski C, Nunes-Jorge A, Martin D, Galand PE (2014). Microbial communities on sunken wood are structured by wood-boring bivalves and location in a submarine canyon. PLOS ONE, 9(5): e96248
  • Nedoncelle K., N. Le Bris, N.Labourdette, F. Lartaud. Non-equilibrium fractionation of stable carbon isotopes in chemosynthetic mussels. Chemical Geology 387 (2014) 35–46.
  • Lartaud F., Pareige S., de Rafelis M., Feuillassier L., Bideau M., Peru E., De la Vega, E. Nedoncelle K., Romans, P. Le Bris N.. (2014) Potential seasonal trends in the in situ growth of reef-building cold-water coral. Deep-Sea Res. Part II 99(2014)64–70
  • Bessette S., Fagervold S.K., Romano C., Martin D., Le Bris N., Galand P.E .(2014). Diversity of bacterial communities on sunken woods in the Mediterranean Sea. Journal of Marine Science and Technology, 22(1): 60-66.
  • Mouchi, V., Crowley, Q.G., Jackson, A.L., Mcdermott, F., Monteys, X., RaféLis, M.D., Rueda, J.L., Lartaud, F., 2014. Potential seasonal calibration for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction using skeletal microstructures and strontium measurements from the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa. J. Quat. Sci. 29, 803–814. doi:10.1002/jqs.2750

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