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Noisette, Fanny

Professeure en océanographie biologique

Département : Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski

Campus : Campus de Rimouski

Courriel : fanny_noisette@uqar.ca

Téléphone : 418 723-1986, poste 1031

Téléphone sans frais : 1 800 511-3382, poste 1031

Bureau : P-234

Domaines de recherche :

  • Écologie fonctionnelle
  • Écophysiologie des macroalgues et macrophytes marins
  • Écogéochimie en zone côtière
  • Effets des changements climatiques et globaux
  • Carbone bleu

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Recherches et expertises

Formation et expérience en recherche
  • Professeure à l’ISMER depuis 2018
  • Chercheur postdoctoral Marie Curie, University of Tasmania (IMAS), Australie | GEOMAR, Allemagne, 2017-2018
  • Chargée de cours, UQAR, Canada, 2017
  • Chercheur postdoctoral FRQ-NT / MEOPAR, UQAR, Canada, 2016-2017
  • Chercheur postdoctoral Endeavour, University of Tasmania (IMAS), Australie, 2015
  • ATER, Université d’Aix Marseille, France, 2014-2015

 

  • Doctorat en Océanographie biologique, Station Biologique de Roscoff, UPMC, France, 2010-2013 
  • Master en Sciences de la Mer et du Littoral, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, IUEM, France, 2008-2010 
  • Licence en Biologie des Organismes et des Populations, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, France, 2005-2008 

Publications et communications

Publications

(*désigne un personnel hautement qualifié supervisé)

  • Britton D, Mundy C, Noisette F, McGraw C, Hurd C (2021) Crustose coralline algae display sensitivity to near future global ocean change scenarios, ICES Journal of Marine Science, in press
  • Noisette F, Calosi P, Madeira D, Chemel M*, Menu-Courey K, Piedalue S, Gurney-Smith H, Daoud D, Azetsu-Scott K (2021), Tolerant larvae and sensitive juveniles: integrating metabolomics and whole-organism responses to define life-stage specific sensitivity to ocean acidification in the American lobster, Metabolites, special issue Ectotherms Metabolism: Plasticity and Adaptation, 11(9): 584
  • Noisette F, Depetris A, Hurd C, Kühl M, Brodersen, KE (2020) Flow and epiphyte growth effects on the thermal, optical and chemical microenvironment in the leaf phyllosphere of seagrass (Zostera marina), J R S Interface, 17(171), 20200485
  • Guy-Haim T, Silverman J, Wahl M, Aguirre J, Noisette F, Rilov G, (2020) Epiphytes provide micro-scale refuge from ocean acidification, Marine Environmental Research, 161: 105093
  • Chemel M*, Noisette F, Chabot D, Guscelli E*, Leclerc L, Calosi P (2020) Good News — Bad News:  combined ocean change drivers decrease survival but have no negative impact on nutritional value and organoleptic quality of the Northern shrimp, Frontiers in Marine Science, 7: 611
  • Androuin T, Six C, Bordeyne F, de Bettignies F, Noisette F, Davoult D (2020) Better off alone: new insights in the association between the flatworm Symsagittifera roscoffensis and the microalgae Tetraselmis convolutae Symbiosis, 81:161-171
  • Britton D, Schmid M, Noisette F, Havenhand JN, Paine ER, McGraw CM, Revill AT, Virtue P, Nichols PD, Mundy CN, Hurd CL. (2020) Adjustments in fatty acid composition is a mechanism that can explain resilience to marine heatwaves and future ocean conditions in the habitat-forming seaweed Phyllospora comosa (Labillardière) C.Agardh. Global Change Biology 26(6), 3512-3524.
  • Thibault C, Massamba-N’Siala G, Noisette F, Vermandele F, Babin M, Calosi P (2020) Within- and trans-generational responses to combined global changes are highly divergent in two congeneric species of marine annelids. Marine Biology, 167(4), 1-17, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-019-3644-8
  • Tanoue H, Aoyama T, Komatsu T, Ruitton S., Porsmoguer SB, Noisette F, Mohri M, Suzuki I, Miyazaki N (2019) Measuring burst movements of smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in Lake Kizaki, Japan, using micro-acceleration data loggers. La mer 57: 51-56
  • Menu-Courey K, Noisette F, Piedalue S, Daoud D, Blair T, Blier P, Azetsu-Scott K, Calosi P (2019) Energy metabolism and survival of the juvenile recruits of the American lobster (Homarus americanus) exposed to a gradient of elevated seawater pCO2, Marine Environmental Research 143: 111-123
  • Noisette F and Hurd C (2018) Abiotic and biotic interactions in the diffusive boundary layer of kelp blades create a potential refugia from ocean acidification, Functional Ecology, 32(5), 1329-1342.
  • Legagneux P, Casajus N, Cazelles K, Chevallier C, Chevrinais M, Guéry G, Jacquet C, Jaffré M, Naud M-J, Noisette F, Ropars P, Vissault S, Archambault P, Bêty J, Berteaux D, Gravel D (2018) Our house is burning: discrepancy in climate change vs biodiversity coverage in the media as compared to scientific literature, Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5:175. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00175
  • Reidenbach LB, Fernandez PA, Leal PP, Noisette F, McGraw CM, Revill AT, Hurd CL, Kübler JE (2017) Growth, ammonium metabolism, and photosynthetic properties of Ulva australis (Chlorophyta) under decreasing pH and ammonium enrichment (Chlorophyta), PLoS ONE 12(11): e0188389.
  • Davoult D, Surget G, Stiger-Pouvreau V, Noisette F, Riera P, Stagnol D, Androuin T, Poupart N (2017) Effect of Gracilaria vermiculophylla invasion on estuarine-mudflat metabolism and diversity Marine Environmental Research, 131, 227-235.
  • Noisette F, Hurd C (2017). Living in the boundary layer of kelp blades: refuge from ocean acidification or training for harsh conditions? Phycologia. 56(4):137.
  • Noisette F, Bordeyne F, Davoult D, Martin S (2016) Assessing the physiological responses of the gastropod Crepidula fornicata to predicted ocean acidification and warming conditions, Limnology & Oceanography 61(2): 430-444
  • Noisette F, Richard J, Le Fur I, Peck L, Davoult D, Martin S (2015) Response of Crepidula fornicata metabolism to temperature stress under elevated pCO2, Journal of Molluscan Studies 81: 238-246
  • Brodie J, Williamson C, Smale D, Kamenos N, Mieszkowska N, Santo R, Cunliffe M, Steinke M, Yesson C, Anderson K, Asnaghi V, Brownlee C, Burdett H, Burrows M, Collins S, Donohue P, Harvey B, Foggo A, Noisette F, Nunes J, Ragazzola F, Raven J, Schmidt D, Smith/Suggett D, Teichberg M, Hall-SpencerJ (2014) The future of the NE Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2 world, Ecology and Evolution 4 (13): 2787-2798
  • Noisette F, Comtet T, Legrand E, Bordeyne F, Davoult D, Martin S (2014) Does encapsulation protect embryos in an ocean acidification context? The example of Crepidula fornicata L. 1758, Plos One 9 (3): e93021
  • Noisette F, Duong G, Six C, Davoult D, Martin S, (2013) Effects of elevated pCO2 on the metabolism of a temperate rhodolith Lithothamnion corallioides under different temperature levels, Journal of Phycology 49: 746-757
  • Noisette F, Egilsdottir H, Davoult D, Martin S (2013) Physiological responses of three temperate coralline algae from contrasting habitats to near-future ocean acidification, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 448: 179-187
  • Egilsdottir H, Noisette F, Noël L, Olafsson J, Martin S (2013) Effects of pCO2 on physiology and skeletal mineralogy in a tidal pool coralline alga Corallina elongata, Marine Biology 160 (8): 2103-2112
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