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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Centre Alpin sur les Réseaux Trophiques et Ecosystèmes Lacustre

Anneville Orlane

Anneville Orlane
Researcher

Co-animatrice de l'axe thématique BACC

Tél. : +33 (0)4 50 26 78 04
Fax : +33 (0)4 50 26 07 60
Mail : orlane.anneville[at]inrae.fr

Research theme (s)

Impact des changements climatiques et anthropiques sur les communautés planctoniques
Dynamique du recrutement larvaire des poissons lacustres

Professionnal career

2001-2003- Post-doc- Université de Constance Allemagne.
2003 : CR2 – INRA, Thonon les Bains

2008 : CR1 – INRA, Thonon les Bains

Initial training and characteristic training (s)

Licence d’océanologie appliquée
Maîtrise Sciences de l’environnement marin
DEA de Biomathématiques
Doctorat en «Analyse et modélisation des systèmes biologiques». Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1. Thèse intitulée «Diagnostic sur l’évolution de l’état de santé écologique du Léman par l’analyse des séries chronologiques du phytoplancton».
Soutenue le 3 juillet 2001

Teaching (s) provided

Ecologie des systèmes lacustres – Licence Professionnelle – Ecole d’Agriculture Poisy/Université de Savoie
Gestion des communautés piscicoles – Licence Professionnelle – Ecole d’Agriculture Poisy/Université de Savoie

Post Doc and supervised theses

Gaël Dur : 2014-2013. Etude de l’évolution de la communauté phytoplanctonique du Léman en réponse aux changements globaux

Vera Georgescu : 2012-2013. (co-encadrant A.Bouchez) Impact des pesticides sur les communautés phytoplanctoniques : approche par modélisation individus-centrée.

 Onur Kerimoglu : 2012-2013 (co-encadrants D. Trévisan, B. Vinçon-Leite, B. Lemaire) Modélisation de la communauté phytoplanctonique de lacs péri-alpins soumis aux changements climatiques : approche par l’analyse des traits fonctionnels.

Benoît Sotton : 2009-2012 Impact des efflorescences à cyanobactéries toxiques (Planktothrix rubescens) sur les populations de poissons (co-encadrement I. Domaizon, J. Guillard).

Recent conference (s) given

1)      Anneville O., Dur G., Rimet F., Chang C.-W., Hsieh C.-H. et Souissi S. (2017 – communication orale). Reducing phytoplankton diversity to understand ecosystem functioning : The Baroque in the Nature. IAGLR, Detroit (MI), USA, 15-19 mai 2017.

2)      Soulignac F., Anneville O., Trevisan D., Bouffard D., Chanudet V., Dambrine E., Guenand Y., Harmel T., Ibelings B., Kiefer I., Uittenbogaard et Danis P.-A. (2017 – communication orale). Assessing water quality of lakes : should lake monitoring accounts for spatio-temporal variability? IAGLR, Detroit (MI), USA, 15-19 mai 2017.

3)      Lemaire M., Guillard J., Lobry J. et Anneville O. (2017- Communication orale). Sensitivity of lake food web structure and functioning to strong variations in fish abundances. IAGLR, Detroit (MI), USA, 15-19 mai 2017

4)      Stockwell J., Anneville O., Patil V., Looi A., Carey C., Dur G., Ibelings B., MacIntyre S., Morabito G., Néoges P., Pierson D., Rusak J., Souissi S., Straile D. et Thackeray S. (2017 – communication orale). Global Evaluation of the Impacts of Storms on Freshwater Habitat and structure of phytoplankton Assemblages. ASLO, Honolulu, 26 février- 3 mars 2017.

5)       Soulignac F., Danis P.-A., Bouffard D., Chanudet V., Dambrine E., Guenand Y., Guillermin B., Harmel T., Ibelings B., Kiefer I., Trevisan D., Uittenbogaard et Anneville O. (2016 – communication orale). Using 3D modelling for understanding spatio-temporal heterogeneities of phytoplankton abundance in Lake Geneva (France/Switzerland). IAGLR, Guelph, 6-10 juin 2016 / SIL, Torino, 31 juillet-5 août 2016

Recent publication (s)

-          Kerimoglu O., Jacquet S., Vinçon-Leite B., Lemaire B., Rimet F., Soulignac F., Trévisan D., Anneville O. (2017). Modelling the plankton groups of the deep, peri-alpine Lake Bourget. Ecological Modelling, 359, 415-433.

-          Anneville O., Vogel C., Lobry J., Guillard J. (2017). Fish communities in the Anthropocene : detecting drivers of changes in deep peri-alpine Lake Geneva. Inland Waters, 7: 1, 65-67.

-          David P., Thébault E., Anneville O., Duyck P.-F., Chapuis E., Loeuille N. (2017). Impacts of Invasive Species on food webs: a review of empirical data. Advances in Ecological Research, 56, 1-60.

-          O’Reilly et al. (2015) Rapid and highly variable warming of lake surface waters around the globe. Geophysical Research Letters, 10.1002/2015GL066235.

-          Anneville O., Lasne E., Guillard J., Eckmann R., Stockwell J.D., Gillet C., Yule D.L. (2015) Impact of fishing and stocking practices on coregonid diversity. Special Issue on Fisheries, Aquaculture and Environment, Food and Nutrition Sciences, 6, 1045-1055.

-          Kraemer B.M., Anneville O., Chandra S., Dix M., Kuusisto E., Livingstone D.M., Rimmer A., Schladow G., Silow E., Sitoki L.M. , Tamatamah R., Vadeboncoeur Y., McIntyre P.B. (2015) Morphometry and average temperature affect global lake stratification responses to climate change. Geophysical Research Letters.42, 1-8. DOI:10.1002/2015GL064097

-          Kiefer I., Odermatt D., Anneville O., Wüest A., Bouffard D. (2015) Application of remote sensing for the optimization of in-situ sampling for monitoring of phytoplankton abundance in a large lake. Science of Total Environment. 527-528, 493-506. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.05.011.

-          Sharma S. et al. (2015) A global database of lake surface temperatures collected by in situ and satellite methods from 1985-2009. Scientific data. 2: 150008 DOI: 10.1038/sdata.2015.8

-           Anneville O., Domaizon I., Kerimoglu O., Rimet F., Jacquet S. (2015) Blue-green algae in a greenhouse century ? New insights from field data on climate change impacts on cyanobacteria abundance. Ecosystems. 18, 441-458. DOI :10.1007/s10021-014-9837-6

-          Tapolczai K., Anneville O., Padisak J., Salmaso N., Morabito G., Zohary T., Tadonléké R.D., Rimet F. (2015) Occurrence and mass development of Mougeotia spp. (Zygnemataceae) in large, deep lakes. Hydrobiologia. 745, 17-29. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-014-2086-z

-          Sotton B., Domaizon I., Anneville O., Cattanéo F., Guillard J. (2015) Nodularin and cylindrospermopsin: a review of their effects on fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 25, 1-19. DOI 10.1007/s11160-014-9366-6

Member of Scientific Commission (s)

CIPEL (Commission Internationale pour la Protection des Eaux du Léman)