Camille Minaudo

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Research interests
I explore the physical and biogeochemical mechanisms that shape water quality trajectories in rivers and lakes as a response to anthropogenic activities.
I use various types of data, from long term but low temporal resolution water quality timeseries to short-term but high spatio-temporal data recorded with high-technology instruments.
I recently raised a large interest on the use of water optical properties to characterize ecohydrological variability, enabling the link with remote sensing products.

Open projects for students
  • Zooplankton diel vertical migration in Lake Léman (analysis of high resolution data, 1D numerical modelling)
  • Uncertainty estimation of Gross Primary Production and Ecosystem Respiration based on high-resolution oxygen profiles and oxygen time series 
  • Exploring the water quality of Lake Geneva through long-term profiles of electrical conductivity
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GR A2 425 (Bâtiment GR)
Station 2
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Fields of expertise

  • eutrophication processes in freshwater systems
  • spatial and temporal variations of biogeochemical constituants
  • water optical properties in streams and lakes