Edouard Ravier

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Position: Maître de Conférences Edouard Ravier
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Location: Site Le Mans


  • J. Vérité, E. Ravier, O. Bourgeois, S. Pochat, T. Lelandais and R. Mourgues et al. Ribbed bedforms in palaeo-ice streams reveal shear margin positions, lobe shutdown and the interaction of meltwater drainage and ice velocity patterns, The Cryosphere Discussions, Vol. 2020, pp. 1-31. 2020. [More] 
  • E. Ravier, M. Martinez, P. Pellenard, A. Zanella and L. Tupinier. The milankovitch fingerprint on the distribution and thickness of bedding-parallel veins (beef) in source rocks, Marine and Petroleum Geology, Vol. 122, pp. 104643. 2020. [More] 
  • C. Ducassou, M. Mercuzot, S. Bourquin, C. Rossignol, P. Pellenard and L. Beccaletto et al. Sedimentology and U-Pb dating of Carboniferous to Permian continental series of the northern Massif Central (France): Local palaeogeographic evolution and larger scale correlations, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Vol. 533, pp. 109228, Nov, 2019. [More] 
  • T. Lelandais, E. Ravier, S. Pochat, O. Bourgeois, C. Clark and R. Mourgues et al. Modelled subglacial floods and tunnel valleys control the life cycle of transitory ice streams, CRYOSPHERE, Vol. 12, pp. 2759-2772, AUG 27, 2018. [More] 
  • E. Ravier and J.-F. Buoncristiani. Glaciohydrogeology In Past Glacial Environments. Elsevier. pp. 431-466. 2018. [More] 
  • T. Lelandais, R. Mourgues, E. Ravier, S. Pochat, P. Strzerzynski and O. Bourgeois. Experimental modeling of pressurized subglacial water flow: Implications for tunnel valley formation, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-EARTH SURFACE, Vol. 121, pp. 2022-2041, Nov, 2016. [More] 
  • J. Menzies, J. J. van der Meer and E. Ravier. A kinematic unifying theory of microstructures in subglacial tills, SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY, Vol. 344, pp. 57-70, Oct, 2016. [More] 
  • J. Menzies, D. P Hess, J. M Rice, K. G Wagner and E. Ravier. A case study in the New York Drumlin Field, an investigation using microsedimentology, resulting in the refinement of a theory of drumlin formation, Sedimentary Geology, Vol. 338, pp. 84-96. 2016. [More]