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LEROY Suzanne

Membre associée & Honorary Research Fellow in Environmental Sciences at the University of Liverpool.

Au LAMPEA depuis février 2018.

Contact : leroy@mmsh.univ-aix.fr

Topics

- 1.Palynology (pollen and dinocysts), palaeoclimates, past environmental changes, past natural hazards and disasters
- 2. Caspian Sea, SW Asia, Mediterranean region, N. Africa
- 3. From Pliocene to present

Training : Doctorat en Sciences, 1990, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgique

Membre du Programme P1 de l’unité

PI/Participation International projects

- Marmara Sea with P. Henry (CEREGE, France)
- Gorgan Wall with E. Sauer (U of Edinburgh, UK)
- Caspian Sea, Turkey, Issyk-Kul with S. Giralt (CSIC, Spain) and R. Ricketts (U of Minnesota, USA), Dead Sea

Recent publications

- Leroy S.A.G., Lahijani H., Crétaux J.-F., Aladin N., Plotnikov I., 2020. Past and current changes in the largest lake of the world : The Caspian Sea. In : Mischke S. (ed.) Large Asian lakes in a changing world. Springer ISBN 978-3-030-42253-0, 10.1007/978-3-030-42254-7
- Hoyle TM, Leroy SAG, Lόpez-Merino L., Miggins D., Koppers A., 2020. Vegetation succession and climate change across the Plio-Pleistocene transition in Eastern Azerbaijan, central Eurasia (2.77–2.45 Ma). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 538, 109386.doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2019.109386
- Haghani S., Leroy S.A.G., 2020. Recent avulsion history of Sefidrud, south west of the Caspian Sea. Quat Int 540 : 97-110. 10.1016/j.quaint.2018.06.034
- Arpe K., Molavi-Arabshahi M., Leroy S.A.G., 2020. Wind variability over the Caspian Sea, its impact on Caspian Sea level and the link with ENSO. International Journal of Climatology online 16 pages 10.1002/joc.6564
- Altolaguirre Y., Postigo-Mijarra J.-M., Barrón López E, Carrión J. S., Leroy S.A.G., Bruch A.A., 2019. An environmental scenario for the earliest hominins in the Iberian Peninsula : Early Pleistocene palaeovegetation and palaeoclimate. RPP 260 : 51-64. 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2018.10.008.
- Arpe K ; Tsuang B-J ; Tseng Y-H ; Liu X-Y ; Leroy S.A.G., 2019. Quantification of climatic feed-backs on the Caspian Sea Level variability and impacts from the Caspian Sea on the large scale atmospheric circulation. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 136, 1-2 : 475-488. 10.1007/s00704-018-2481-x,
- Hamdan, M.A., Hassan, F.A., Flower, R. J., Leroy, S., Shallaly, N.A, and Flynn, A., 2019. Source of Nile sediments in the floodplain at Saqqara inferred from mineralogical, geochemical, and pollen data, and their palaeoclimatic and geoarchaeological significance. Quat Int 501B, 272-288, doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2018.02.021
- Palmisano A., Woodbridge J., Roberts N., Bevan A., Shennan S., Fyfe R., Cheddadi R., Greenberg R., Kaniewski D., Khater C., Langgut D., Leroy SAG, Litt T, and Miebach A., 2019. Holocene Landscape Dynamics and Long-term Population Trends in the southern Levant. The Holocene 29, 5 : 708-727,10.1177/0959683619826642.
- Leroy S. A. G., López-Merino L. and Kozina N., 2019. Caspian deep-water dinocyst records show a reversed meridional water gradient at 8.5 – 4.0 cal. ka BP. QSR 209, 1-12, and supplem information. doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.02.011
- Jiang W, Leroy SAG, Yang S., Zhang E., Wang L., Yang X., Rioual P., 2019. Synchronous strengthening in the Indian and East Asian summer monsoons in Response to Global Warming Since the Last Deglaciation. GRL 46, 7 : 3944-3952. 10.1029/2019GL082084
- Girard, V., Fauquette, S., Adroit, B., Suc, J.-P., Leroy, S.A.G., Ahmed, A., Paya, A., Ali, A.A., Paradis, L., Roiron, P., 2019. Fossil macro- and micro-flora from Bernasso (early Pleistocene, Southern France) : new palaeoclimatic quantification and method comparison. RPP 267 : 54-61.doi.org/10.1016/j.revpalbo.2019.05.002
- Lahijani H., Abbasian H., Naderi–Beni A., Leroy S.A.G., Haghani S., Habibi P., Hosseindust M., Shahkarami S., Yeganeh S., Zandi Z., Tavakoli V., Azizpour, J., Sayed-Valizadeh, M., Pourkerman, M., Shah-Hosseini, M., 2019. Sediment distribution pattern of South Caspian Sea : possible hydroclimatic implications. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 56 (6), 637-653. 10.1139/cjes-2017-0239 Editor’s choice !
- Leroy S.A.G., Amini A., Gregg M., Marinova E., Bendrey R., Zha Y., Naderi Beni A.M. and Fazeli Nashli H., 2019. Human responses to environmental changes on the southern coastal plain of the Caspian Sea during the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods. QSR 218 : 343-364 and supplem information. 10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.06.038
- Çağatay M.N., Eriş K.K., Makaroglu Ö., Yakuboğlu N., Henry P., Leroy S., Uçarkuş G., Sakınç M., Yalamaz B., Bozyiğit C., Kende J., 2019. The Sea of Marmara during Marine Isotope Stages 5 and 6. QSR 220 : 124-141. 10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.07.031
Kazanci N., Ergun Z., İren K., Leroy S.A.G., Boyraz-Arslan S., Öncel S., Koç K., Gürbüz A., 2019. Late Quaternary landscape evolution of the southern Marmara region : paleogeographic implications for settlements, NW Turkey. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences 28, 4 : 479-499. 10.3906/yer-1902-35
- Lewis J, Taylor J, Neale K, Leroy SAG. 2018. Expanding known dinoflagellate distributions : Investigations of slurry cultures from Caspian Sea sediment. Botanica Marina 61(1) : 21–31. doi.org/10.1515/bot-2017-0041
- Marinova E., Harrison S., Bragg F., Connor S., de Laet V., Leroy SAG, Mudie P. and 18 co-authors, 2018. Pollen-derived biomes in the Eastern-Mediterranean-Black Sea-Caspian corridor. Journal of Biogeography 45, 2 : 484-499. DOI : 10.1111/jbi.13128
- Hoyle T., Leroy SAG, López-Merino L, Richards K., 2018. Using fluorescence microscopy to discern in situ from reworked palynomorphs in dynamic depositional environments – a Late Miocene to Early Pleistocene Caspian Sea example. RPP 256 : 32-49. IF 1.9. 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2018.05.005
- Abdullayev E. and Leroy SAG, 2018. Clay minerals as palaeoclimatic indicators in the Pliocene Productive Series, western Southern Caspian Basin. The Geological Journal 53, 6 : 2427-2436 DOI : 10.1002/gj.3076
- Sylvestre F., Schuster M., Vogel H., Abdheramane M., Ariztegui D., Salzmann U., Schwalb A., Waldmann N., and the ICDP CHADRILL Consortium, 2018. The Lake CHAd Deep DRILLing project (CHADRILL) targeting 10 million years of environmental and climate change in Africa. Sci. Dril. 24 : 71–78. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-24-71-2018

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