Grégoire Maillet

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Position: Maître de Conférences Grégoire Maillet
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Phone: 02 41 73 52 88
Location: Site d'Angers - Bureau n°204

Publications

  • T. Duguet, A. Duperret, S. Costa, V. Regard and G. Maillet. Coastal chalk cliff retreat rates during the Holocene, inferred from submarine platform morphology and cosmogenic exposure along the Normandy coast (NW France), Marine Geology, Vol. 433, pp. 106405. 2021. [More] 
  • J.-B. Champilou, A. Baltzer, A. Murat, M. Reynaud, G. Maillet and M. Pia Nardelli et al. New evidence of perfect overlapping of Haploops and pockmarks field: Is it a coincidence?, Marine Geology, Vol. 415, pp. 105961. 2019. [More] 
  • M. Durand, M. Mojtahid, G. Maillet, A. Baltzer, S. Schmidt and S. Blet et al. Late Holocene record from a Loire River incised paleovalley (French inner continental shelf): Insights into regional and global forcing factors, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 511, pp. 12-28. 2018. [More] 
  • M. Durand, M. Mojtahid, G. Maillet, J. -N. Proust, D. Lehay and A. Ehrhold et al. Mid- to late-Holocene environmental evolution of the Loire estuary as observed from sedimentary characteristics and benthic foraminiferal assemblages, Journal of Sea Research, Vol. 118, pp. 17 - 34. 2016. [More] 
  • M. Mojtahid, E. Geslin, A. Coynel, L. Gorse, C. Vella and A. Davranche et al. Spatial distribution of living (Rose Bengal stained) benthic foraminifera in the Loire estuary (western France), Journal of Sea Research, Vol. 118, pp. 1 - 16. 2016. [More] 
  • A. Coynel, L. Gorse, C. Curti, J. Schafer, C. Grosbois and G. Morelli et al. Spatial distribution of trace elements in the surface sediments of a major European estuary (Loire Estuary, France): Source identification and evaluation of anthropogenic contribution, Journal of Sea Research, Vol. 118, pp. 77 - 91. 2016. [More] 
  • A.-S. Fanget, S. Berné, G. Jouet, M.-A. Bassetti, B. Dennielou and G. Maillet et al. Impact of relative sea level and rapid climate changes on the architecture and lithofacies of the Holocene Rhone subaqueous delta (Western Mediterranean Sea), Sedimentary Geology, Vol. 305, pp. 35-53, 15/05/2014, 2014. [More] 
  • A. -S. Fanget, M. -A. Bassetti, M. Arnaud, J. -F. Chiffoleau, D. Cossa and A. Goineau et al. Historical evolution and extreme climate events during the last 400~years on the Rhone prodelta (NW Mediterranean), Marine Geology, Vol. 346, pp. 375 - 391, 2013/12/01, 2013. [More] 
  • V. Regard, T. Dewez, D. -L. Bourlès, R. -S. Anderson, A. Duperret and S. Costa et al. Late Holocene seacliff retreat recorded by 10Be profiles across a coastal platform: Theory and example from the English Channel, Quaternary Geochronology, Vol. 11, pp. 87 - 97, 2012/08, 2012. [More] 
  • G. Maillet, E. Poizot, F. Sabatier, C. Vella and Y. Mear. Pattern of Sediment Transport in a Microtidal River Mouth Using Geostatistical Sediment-Trend Analysis, Journal of Sedimentary Research, Vol. 81, pp. 138 - 152, 2011, 2011. [More]