2023 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Geochemistry, Weathering, Silicate, Denudation and Dissolved load. His study looks at the relationship between Geochemistry and topics such as Carbonate, which overlap with Subarctic climate. His Weathering research includes themes of Organic matter, Thorianite, Soil production function and Groundwater.
His Silicate study deals with Atmosphere intersecting with Evaporite, Carbon cycle, Carbon sink and Volcano. His research on Dissolved load concerns the broader Sediment. His Basalt study combines topics in areas such as Earth science and Volcanic rock.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geochemistry, Weathering, Basalt, Hydrology and Mantle. His Silicate research extends to the thematically linked field of Geochemistry. His Weathering research integrates issues from Soil science, Carbonate, Soil production function and Chemical composition.
His Basalt research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carbon cycle, Mineralogy, Earth science and Igneous rock. The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Permafrost, Trace element, Dissolved organic carbon and Organic matter. His Mantle research includes elements of Petrology, Oceanography, Isochron and Oceanic crust.
Bernard Dupré mostly deals with Weathering, Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, Trace element and Permafrost. His Weathering research is under the purview of Geochemistry. His Geochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbonate and Silicate.
His work on Drainage basin and Groundwater as part of general Hydrology study is frequently linked to State and Variety, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. He interconnects Water cycle, Tributary and Soil horizon in the investigation of issues within Trace element. His Permafrost research incorporates elements of Dissolved load, Soil water, Dissolved organic carbon and Boreal.
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Global silicate weathering and CO2 consumption rates deduced from the chemistry of large rivers
J. Gaillardet;B. Dupré;P. Louvat;C.J. Allègre.
Chemical Geology (1999)
Trace Elements in River Waters
J. Gaillardet;J. Viers;B. Dupré.
Treatise on Geochemistry (2014)
Basalt weathering laws and the impact of basalt weathering on the global carbon cycle
Céline Dessert;Bernard Dupré;Jérôme Gaillardet;Louis M. François.
Chemical Geology (2003)
Chemical composition of suspended sediments in World Rivers: New insights from a new database
Jérôme Viers;Bernard Dupré;Jérôme Gaillardet.
Science of The Total Environment (2009)
Chemical and physical denudation in the Amazon River Basin
Jérôme Gaillardet;Bernard Dupre;Claude J. Allegre;Philippe Négrel.
Chemical Geology (1997)
Erosion sources determined by inversion of major and trace element ratios and strontium isotopic ratios in river water: the Congo Basin case
Philippe Négrel;Claude J. Allègre;Bernard Dupré;Eric Lewin.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1993)
Erosion of Deccan Traps determined by river geochemistry: impact on the global climate and the 87Sr/86Sr ratio of seawater
Céline Dessert;Bernard Dupré;Louis M. François;Louis M. François;Jacques Schott.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2001)
Geochemistry of large river suspended sediments: silicate weathering or recycling tracer?
J. Gaillardet;B. Dupré;B. Dupré;C.J. Allègre.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1999)
Major and trace elements of river-borne material: The Congo Basin
Bernard Dupré;Jérôme Gaillardet;Dominique Rousseau;Claude J. Allègre.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1996)
Sediment subduction and magma genesis in the Lesser Antilles: Isotopic and trace element constraints
William M. White;Bernard Dupré.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
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