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Chronology and sources of trace elements accumulation in the Rhône pro-delta sediments (Northwestern Mediterranean) during the last 400years 5
Cossa, Daniel; Fanget, Anne-sophie; Chiffoleau, Jean-francois; Bassetti, M-a; Buscail, R.; Dennielou, Bernard; Briggs, K.; Arnaud, M; Guedron, S.; Berne, Serge.
The Rhône pro-delta sediments receive the particulate inputs from the Rhône River, the largest freshwater discharge of the Western Mediterranean Sea. Trace element (TEs: Ag, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb, and Zn) concentrations and stable Pb isotope ratios were determined along a 7.7-meter-long sediment core collected from the Rhône prodeltaic lobe, archiving the deposits of the last 400 years. Trace element mean concentrations during the pre-industrialized era (before 1850 AD) were no different from the average composition of Earth’s upper crust, except for Cr. Principal component analysis, performed on TEs and tracers, suggests three origins for TEs that we identified as (i) marine biogenic material (Ag, Cd), (ii) ultramafic rocks (Li, Cr, Ni), and (iii) other...
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Ano: 2018 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00371/48209/48323.pdf
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Distribution and lability of land-derived organic matter in the surface sediments of the Rhone prodelta and the adjacent shelf (Mediterranean Sea, France): a multi proxy study 5
Bourgeois, S.; Pruski, A. M.; Sun, M-y.; Buscail, R.; Lantoine, F.; Kerherve, P.; Vetion, G.; Riviere, B.; Charles, F..
The Gulf of Lions is a river-dominated ocean margin that receives high loads of nutrients and particulate matter from the Rhone River but most particulate materials settle rapidly on the nearshore seafloor. One question is raised on the fate of these large quantities of organic carbon delivered by the river to the coastal marine environment. Surface sediments (0-0.5 cm) were collected in the Rhone prodelta and its adjacent shelf during a period of low river discharge (April 2007, 16 stations). The sources, distribution and lability of sedimentary organic matter were examined using bulk (organic carbon, total nitrogen, stable carbon isotope ratios, and grain size) and molecular-level (pigments, amino acids, fatty acids, and delta(13)C of individual fatty...
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Ano: 2011 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00303/41424/40617.pdf
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Origin and Accumulation of Trace Elements in Sediments of the Northwestern Mediterranean Margin 5
Cossa, Daniel; Buscail, R.; Puig, P.; Chiffoleau, Jean-francois; Radakovitch, Olivier; Jeanty, G.; Heussner, S..
Continental margins receive natural and anthropogenic trace elements (TEs) from direct atmospheric deposition of aerosols onto the sea surface and from advection of riverine suspended particles and/or resuspended sediments from the continental shelf/slope. When the margin is incised by submarine canyons, as for example in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea, most of these particles are preferentially transferred via these topographic features towards their final repositories in the abyssal plain. The Gulf of Lions (GoL) shelf receives the largest particulate riverine input to the Western Mediterranean, with its associated chemical contaminants originating from the industrialized and urbanized Rhone Valley. Sediments samples (grabs, cores and moored traps)...
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Ano: 2014 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00188/29971/28424.pdf
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Seasonal dynamics of carbon recycling in coastal sediments influenced by rivers: assessing the impact of flood inputs in the Rhône River prodelta 5
Cathalot, C.; Rabouille, C.; Pastor, L.; Deflandre, B.; Viollier, E.; Buscail, R.; Treignier, C.; Pruski, A..
The biogeochemical fate of the particulate organic inputs from the Rhône River was studied on a seasonal basis by measuring sediment oxygen uptake rates in the prodelta, both during normal and flood regimes. On a selected set of 10 stations in the prodelta and nearby continental shelf, in situ and laboratory measurements of sediment oxygen demand were performed in early spring and summer 2007 and late spring and winter 2008. In and ex situ sediment Diffusive Oxygen Uptakes (DOU) did not show any significant differences except for shallowest organic rich stations. DOU rates show highest values concentrated close to the river mouth (approx. 20 mmol O2 m-2 d-1) and decrease offshore to values around 4.5 mmol O2 m-2 d-1 preferentially in a south west...
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Ano: 2009 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00303/41428/40611.pdf
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Structure of the Demerara passive-transform margin and associated sedimentary processes. Initial results from the IGUANES cruise 5
Loncke, L.; Maillard, A.; Basile, C.; Roest, Walter; Bayon, Germain; Gaullier, V.; Pattier, France; Mercier De Lépinay, Marion; Grall, Celine; Droz, L.; Marsset, Tania; Giresse, P.; Caprais, Jean-claude; Cathalot, Cecile; Graindorge, D.; Heuret, A.; Lebrun, J. F.; Bermell, Sylvain; Marcaillou, B.; Sotin, C.; Hebert, B.; Patriat, Martin; Bassetti, M. A.; Tallobre, Cedric; Buscail, R.; Durrieu De Madron, X.; Bourrin, F..
he IGUANES cruise took place in May 2013 on the R/V L'Atalante along the Demerara passive transform margin off French Guiana and Surinam. Seismic, multibeam and chirp acquisitions were made. Piston cores were collected for pore geochemistry and sedimentology. A mooring was deployed on the sea-bottom for 10 months (temperature, salinity, turbidity and current measurements). This new dataset highlights the lateral variability of the 350 km-long Guiana–Surinam transform margin due to the presence of a releasing bend between two transform segments. The adjacent Demerara Plateau is affected by a 350 km-long giant slide complex. This complex initiated in Cretaceous times and was regularly reactivated until recent times. Since the Miocene, contourite processes...
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Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00428/53942/55285.pdf
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Temporal variability of carbon recycling in coastal sediments influenced by rivers: assessing the impact of flood inputs in the Rhone River prodelta 5
Cathalot, C.; Rabouille, C.; Pastor, L.; Deflandre, B.; Viollier, E.; Buscail, R.; Gremare, A.; Treignier, C.; Pruski, A..
River deltas are particularly important in the marine carbon cycle as they represent the transition between terrestrial and marine carbon: linked to major burial zones, they are reprocessing zones where large carbon fluxes can be mineralized. In order to estimate this mineralization, sediment oxygen uptake rates were measured in continental shelf sediments and river prodelta over different seasons near the outlet of the Rhone River in the Mediterranean Sea. On a selected set of 10 stations in the river prodelta and nearby continental shelf, in situ diffusive oxygen uptake (DOU) and laboratory total oxygen uptake (TOU) measurements were performed in early spring and summer 2007 and late spring and winter 2008. In and ex situ DOU did not show any significant...
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Ano: 2010 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00303/41427/40610.pdf
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Temporal variability of live (stained) benthic foraminiferal faunas in a river-dominated shelf – Faunal response to rapid changes of the river influence (Rhône prodelta, NW Mediterranean) 5
Goineau, A.; Fontanier, C.; Jorissen, F.; Buscail, R.; Kerherve, P.; Cathalot, C.; Pruski, A. M.; Lantoine, F.; Bourgeois, S.; Metzger, E.; Legrand, E.; Rabouille, Christophe.
In the context of the French research project CHACCRA (Climate and Human-induced Alterations in Carbon Cycling at the River–seA connection), living (rose Bengal-stained) benthic foraminifera were investigated at two stations (24 and 67 m depth) in the Rhône prodelta (NW Mediterranean, Gulf of Lions). The aim of this study was to precise the response of benthic foraminiferal faunas to temporal changes of the Rhône River inputs (e.g. organic and terrigeneous material). Each site was sampled in April 2007, September 2007, May 2008 and December 2008, permitting to observe foraminiferal faunas of the 63–150 and >150 μm size fractions under a wide range of environmental conditions. Obvious variations in foraminiferal faunal composition were observed during...
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Ano: 2012 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00140/25097/23323.pdf
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The fate of river organic carbon in coastal areas: A study in the Rhone River delta using multiple isotopic (delta C-13, Delta C-14) and organic tracers 5
Cathalot, Cecile; Rabouille, Christophe; Tisnerat-laborde, N.; Toussaint, Flora; Kerherve, P.; Buscail, R.; Loftis, K.; Sun, M. -y.; Tronczynski, Jacek; Azoury, S.; Lansard, Bruno; Treignier, Claire; Pastor, L.; Tesi, T..
A significant fraction of the global carbon flux to the ocean occurs in River-dominated Ocean Margins (RiOMar) although large uncertainties remain in the cycle of organic matter (OM) in these systems. In particular, the OM sources and residence time have not been well clarified. Surface (0-1 cm) and sub-surface (3-4 cm) sediments and water column particles (bottom and intermediate depth) from the Rhone River delta system were collected in June 2005 and in April 2007 for a multi-proxy study. Lignin phenols, black carbon (BC), proto-kerogen/BC mixture, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), carbon stable isotope (delta C-13(OC)), and radiocarbon measurements (delta C-14(OC)) were carried out to characterize the source of sedimentary organic material and to...
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Ano: 2013 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00157/26784/25673.pdf
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