Christophe Lécuyer mainly focuses on Isotopes of oxygen, Paleontology, δ18O, Cretaceous and Seawater. His study in Isotopes of oxygen is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both δ13C, Apatite, Mineralogy, Phosphate and Oceanography. His Paleontology research incorporates elements of Benthic zone, Carbon cycle and Sea level.
His studies deal with areas such as Glacial period and Equilibrium fractionation as well as δ18O. The various areas that Christophe Lécuyer examines in his Cretaceous study include Foraminifera, Sea surface temperature, Water column and Recrystallization. His Seawater research integrates issues from Geochemistry and Period.
Christophe Lécuyer mainly investigates Isotopes of oxygen, Paleontology, Geochemistry, δ18O and Mineralogy. His Isotopes of oxygen research includes elements of Fractionation, Phosphate, Seawater, Oceanography and Environmental chemistry. He has included themes like Paleoclimatology and Isotopes of carbon in his Paleontology study.
He focuses mostly in the field of Geochemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Oceanic crust and, in certain cases, Mantle. His studies in δ18O integrate themes in fields like Late Miocene, Physical geography and Meteoric water. Christophe Lécuyer has researched Mineralogy in several fields, including Fluid inclusions and Isotope fractionation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Paleontology, Isotopes of oxygen, Mineralogy, Ecology and Isotopes of carbon. His Paleontology research includes themes of Paleoclimatology and Seasonality. His Isotopes of oxygen research incorporates themes from Tooth enamel, δ18O, Apatite, Phosphate and Seawater.
His study in the field of Calcite is also linked to topics like Purge and trap. His study in the field of Ecological succession, Generalist and specialist species and Trophic level is also linked to topics like Specialization. His Isotopes of carbon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range, Greenhouse, Botany, Cretaceous and δ13C.
His primary scientific interests are in Paleontology, Ecology, Isotopes of carbon, Isotopes of oxygen and Mineralogy. Christophe Lécuyer combines subjects such as Ocean acidification and Extinction event with his study of Paleontology. His work on Generalist and specialist species, Trophic level, Productivity and Habitat as part of general Ecology research is often related to Specialization, thus linking different fields of science.
The concepts of his Isotopes of carbon study are interwoven with issues in Range, Greenhouse, Block, Paleoclimatology and Cretaceous. His Isotopes of oxygen research is multidisciplinary, relying on both In ovo, Embryo, Oviparity, Incubation and Phosphate. His work on Calcite and Pressure solution as part of his general Mineralogy study is frequently connected to Neomorphism, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
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Did Cooling Oceans Trigger Ordovician Biodiversification? Evidence from Conodont Thermometry
Julie A. Trotter;Julie A. Trotter;Ian S. Williams;Christopher R. Barnes;Christophe Lécuyer.
Crystal-chemical controls on rare-earth element concentrations in fossil biogenic apatites and implications for paleoenvironmental reconstructions
Bruno Reynard;Christophe Lécuyer;Patricia Grandjean.
Chemical Geology (1999)
Oxygen isotope fractionation between human phosphate and water revisited
Valérie Daux;Christophe Lécuyer;Marie-Anne Héran;Romain Amiot.
Journal of Human Evolution (2008)
Thermal evolution of Cretaceous Tethyan marine waters inferred from oxygen isotope composition of fish tooth enamels
Emmanuelle Pucéat;Christophe Lécuyer;Christophe Lécuyer;Simon M. F. Sheppard;Gilles Dromart.
Asian monsoons in a late Eocene greenhouse world
A. Licht;A. Licht;A. Licht;M. van Cappelle;M. van Cappelle;H. A. Abels;H. A. Abels;J.-B. Ladant.
Experimentally-controlled carbon and oxygen isotope exchange between bioapatites and water under inorganic and microbially-mediated conditions
Antoine Zazzo;Christophe Lécuyer;Christophe Lécuyer;André Mariotti;André Mariotti.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2004)
Secular environmental precursors to Early Toarcian (Jurassic) extreme climate changes
Guillaume Suan;Emanuela Mattioli;Bernard Pittet;Christophe Lécuyer.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2010)
The hydrogen isotope composition of seawater and the global water cycle
Christophe Lécuyer;Philippe Gillet;François Robert.
Chemical Geology (1998)
Can crystallinity be used to determine the degree of chemical alteration of biogenic apatites
Emmanuelle Pucéat;Bruno Reynard;Christophe Lécuyer.
Chemical Geology (2004)
Ice age at the Middle–Late Jurassic transition?
G. Dromart;J.-P. Garcia;S. Picard;F. Atrops.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
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