Technical purposes : Mercury, Radioactivity, Analytical chemistry
Scientific activities : Observation system, Mercury biogeochemistry cycling, Dating, Mass Balance studies
As engineer in the Laboratory of Glaciology and Geophysics of the Environment (LGGE / CNRS), my main technical and scientific topics are related to atmospheric mercury measurements (European GMOS program) as well as Mass Balance studies (ITASE-France). In this framework, I am responsible of the nuclear and mercury device systems (field and laboratory), the radioactivity and mercury measurements (snow/firn/ice, sediment/soil and atmosphere) as well as the data interpretation (snow accumulation rates, dating, inventories and fluxes studies). I also manage field campaigns in polar areas (Antarctic and Arctic).
2016  Angot, H., Magand, O., Helmig, D., Ricaud, P., Quennehen, P., Gallée, H., Del Guasta, M., Sprovieri, F., Pirrone, N., Savarino, J., Dommergue, A.. 2016. New insights into the atmospheric mercury cycling in Central Antarctica and implications at a continental scale. submitted in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, doi:10.5194/acp-2016-144, in Global Mercury Observation System – Atmosphere (GMOS-A) Special Issue.  Touzeau, A., Landais, A., Stenni, B., R. Uemura, R., Fukui, K., (...)
Name Olivier Magand Address 54, Rue molière - BP 96 - 38402 Saint Martin d’Hères - France Nationality French Born In Saint-Etienne - France - January 12, 1976 Family Married and two child Education PhD degree in 2009 (Sciences of the Earth and Universe) Position Engineer in scientific instrumentation and analytical chemistry Commissions of trust (present) Member of the South Pacific Environmental Radioactivity Association (SPERA) Member of the French (...)
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