2023 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Earth Science in France Leader Award
2003 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
1998 - Member of Academia Europaea
Laurent Labeyrie spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Glacial period, North Atlantic Deep Water, Thermohaline circulation and Ice core. His research in Last Glacial Maximum, Holocene, Younger Dryas, Ice sheet and Sea surface temperature are components of Oceanography. His study explores the link between Glacial period and topics such as Deep sea that cross with problems in Plankton and Sediment.
His studies deal with areas such as Water mass and Polar front as well as North Atlantic Deep Water. The various areas that Laurent Labeyrie examines in his Thermohaline circulation study include Foraminifera and Gulf Stream. His Ice core study incorporates themes from Isotopes of oxygen and Paleoclimatology.
Laurent Labeyrie mostly deals with Oceanography, Glacial period, Foraminifera, Thermohaline circulation and North Atlantic Deep Water. His Oceanography study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Interglacial. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climatology, Northern Hemisphere, Ice core, Paleoclimatology and Ice sheet.
Laurent Labeyrie has included themes like Paleontology and Plankton in his Foraminifera study. He has researched North Atlantic Deep Water in several fields, including Meltwater and Water mass. His work in Last Glacial Maximum tackles topics such as δ18O which are related to areas like Sea level.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Foraminifera, Climatology, Glacial period and Thermohaline circulation. His work deals with themes such as Northern Hemisphere and Interglacial, which intersect with Oceanography. His work carried out in the field of Foraminifera brings together such families of science as Paleontology, Water column, Mediterranean sea and Plankton.
His research integrates issues of Atmospheric circulation, Paleoclimatology and Holocene in his study of Glacial period. His study brings together the fields of Deglaciation and Thermohaline circulation. His North Atlantic Deep Water study combines topics in areas such as Water mass, Ocean current and Gulf Stream.
Laurent Labeyrie mainly investigates Oceanography, Thermohaline circulation, Climatology, North Atlantic Deep Water and Foraminifera. His study in Oceanography concentrates on Deglaciation and Younger Dryas. His Climatology research focuses on Ice sheet and how it relates to Northern Hemisphere and Cryosphere.
His North Atlantic Deep Water research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Water mass, Ocean current and Interglacial. His Foraminifera study incorporates themes from Plankton, Abundance and Mediterranean sea. As part of the same scientific family, Laurent Labeyrie usually focuses on Glacial period, concentrating on Sea surface temperature and intersecting with Allerød oscillation and Holocene.
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Correlations between climate records from North Atlantic sediments and Greenland ice
Gerard Bond;Wallace Broecker;Sigfus Johnsen;Sigfus Johnsen;Jerry McManus.
Sea-level and deep water temperature changes derived from benthic foraminifera isotopic records
C. Waelbroeck;Laurent Labeyrie;Laurent Labeyrie;Elisabeth Michel;Jean-Claude Duplessy.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2002)
Macintosh Program performs time‐series analysis
Didier Paillard;Laurent Labeyrie;Pascal Yiou.
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union (1996)
Evidence for massive discharges of icebergs into the North Atlantic ocean during the last glacial period
Gerard Bond;Hartmut Heinrich;Wallace Broecker;Laurent Labeyrie.
The astronomical theory of climate and the age of the Brunhes-Matuyama magnetic reversal
Franck C. Bassinot;Laurent D. Labeyrie;Edith Vincent;Xavier Quidelleur.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1994)
Deepwater source variations during the last climatic cycle and their impact on the global deepwater circulation
J. C. Duplessy;N. J. Shackleton;R. G. Fairbanks;L. Labeyrie.
Changes in East Atlantic Deepwater Circulation over the last 30,000 years: Eight time slice reconstructions
Michael Sarnthein;Kyaw Winn;Simon J. A. Jung;Jean-Claude Duplessy.
Changes in the distribution of δ13C of deep water ΣCO2 between the Last Glaciation and the Holocene
W. B. Curry;J. C. Duplessy;L. D. Labeyrie;N. J. Shackleton.
Contribution of Southern Ocean surface-water stratification to low atmospheric CO2 concentrations during the last glacial period
Roger Franois;Mark A. Altabet;Ein-Fen Yu;Daniel M. Sigman.
Variations in mode of formation and temperature of oceanic deep waters over the past 125,000 years
L. D. Labeyrie;J. C. Duplessy;P. L. Blanc.
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