Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès focuses on Organic matter, Total organic carbon, Environmental chemistry, Sedimentary organic matter and Diagenesis. The Organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Avicennia. Her Total organic carbon study deals with Palynofacies intersecting with Kimmeridge Clay and Soil organic matter.
Her studies examine the connections between Environmental chemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Mangrove, with regards to Cellulose, Alluvium, Hydrology, Pollution and Mercury. Her research on Diagenesis frequently links to adjacent areas such as Sedimentary rock. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sedimentology, Sedimentation, Quaternary and Petrography.
Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès mostly deals with Organic matter, Sedimentary rock, Mineralogy, Total organic carbon and Environmental chemistry. Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès studies Organic matter, focusing on Sedimentary organic matter in particular. When carried out as part of a general Sedimentary rock research project, her work on Clastic rock is frequently linked to work in Crater lake, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès combines subjects such as Carbon cycle, Facies, Kerogen and Sedimentary depositional environment, Palynofacies with her study of Mineralogy. Her studies deal with areas such as Table, Petrography, Anoxic waters, Pyrite and Upwelling as well as Total organic carbon. Her Environmental chemistry research includes themes of Soil water, Diagenesis, Fractionation, Avicennia marina and Sulfate.
Her primary areas of study are Sedimentary rock, Organic matter, Environmental chemistry, Mangrove and Panicum miliaceum. Her Sedimentary rock research incorporates themes from Ice age, Geologic record, Sediment, Holocene and Physical geography. Her Organic matter research incorporates elements of Mineralogy and Diagenesis.
Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Rhizophora stylosa, Avicennia marina and Ecology, Soil water. Her research investigates the link between Mangrove and topics such as Total organic carbon that cross with problems in Hydrology, Anoxic waters, Decomposition, Lignin and Swamp. Her Panicum miliaceum study also includes
Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès mainly investigates Organic matter, Sedimentary rock, Mangrove, Environmental chemistry and Sediment. Her study in Organic matter is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Mineralogy and Facies. Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès has included themes like Sedimentology, Carbonate and Archaeology, Holocene in her Sedimentary rock study.
Her Mangrove research integrates issues from Mercury and Diagenesis. Her research integrates issues of Total organic carbon, Sedimentary organic matter, Hydrology, Alluvium and Pollution in her study of Diagenesis. The various areas that Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès examines in her Sediment study include Bronze Age, Watershed, Period, Plough and Hematite.
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Lacustrine sedimentary organic matter records of Late Quaternary paleoclimates
Philip A. Meyers;Elisabeth Lallier-vergés.
Journal of Paleolimnology (1999)
Heavy metals distribution in mangrove sediments along the mobile coastline of French Guiana
Cyril Marchand;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès;F. Baltzer;Patrick Albéric.
Marine Chemistry (2006)
Pore-water chemistry in mangrove sediments: relationship with species composition and developmental stages (French Guiana)
Cyril Marchand;F. Baltzer;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès;Patrick Albéric.
Marine Geology (2004)
Relationships between heavy metals distribution and organic matter cycling in mangrove sediments (Conception Bay, New Caledonia)
Cyril Marchand;M. Allenbach;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès.
Geochemical study of organic-matter rich cycles from the Kimmeridge Clay Formation of Yorkshire (UK): productivity versus anoxia
Nicolas-Pierre Tribovillard;Alain Desprairies;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès;Philippe Bertrand.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1994)
Protection of organic matter by mineral matrix in a Cenomanian black shale
V. Salmon;Sylvie Derenne;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès;Claude Largeau.
Organic Geochemistry (2000)
The composition of sedimentary organic matter in relation to the dynamic features of a mangrove-fringed coast in French Guiana
Cyril Marchand;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès;F. Baltzer.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2003)
The glacial ocean productivity hypothesis: the importance of regional temporal and spatial studies
Pierre Bertrand;G. Shimmield;P. Martinez;F. Grousset.
Marine Geology (1996)
Electron microscopy and pyrolysis of kerogens from the Kimmeridge Clay Formation, UK: Source organisms, preservation processes, and origin of microcycles
M. Boussafir;F. Gelin;E. Lallier-Vergès;S. Derenne.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (1995)
Early diagenesis of carbohydrates and lignin in mangrove sediments subject to variable redox conditions (French Guiana)
Cyril Marchand;Jean-Robert Disnar;Elisabeth Lallier-Vergès;Nathalie Lottier.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2005)
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