Dr. Pascal FLAMENT
Thématique : Processus et Dynamique Atmosphérique (PDA)
LPCA – EA 4493
Tél : +33 (0)3 28 23 76 44
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research Interests
My main interest is related to the formation and evolution of pollution aerosols, by the way of various micro-analytical techniques, such as Scanning Electron Microscopy and Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry. These techniques give new insights about the internal mixing of individual aerosol particles.
As a chemist, my research expertise is also applied to the tropospheric chemistry of heavy metals such as iron (Fe), zinc, cadmium or copper as (isotopic) tracers of sources and processes of atmospheric pollution.
My ongoing projects concern the contribution of pollution aerosols, relative to desert dusts, to the delivery of soluble Fe to the oceans and more particularly the partitioning between soluble and particulate Fe during tropospheric transport, as well as the related shifts in the Fe isotopic composition (collaboration with the Free University Brussels, G-Time Laboratory, Prof. Nadine Mattielli – https://gtime.ulb.be/nadine-mattielli/).
Selected Recent Publications :
Impact of sea breeze dynamics on atmospheric pollutants and their toxicity in industrial and urban coastal environment
Patrick Augustin, Sylvain Billet, Suzanne Crumeyrolle, Karine Deboudt, Elsa Dieudonné, Pascal Flament, Marc Fourmentin, Sarah Guilbaud, Benjamin Hanoune, Yann Landkocz, Clémence Méausoone, Sayahnya Roy, Francois Schmitt, Alexei Sentchev, Anton Sokolov.
Emissions of non-exhaust particles from road traffic under various driving conditions: Implications for sustainable mobility
A. Beji, K. Deboudt, S. Khardi, B. Muresan, M. Fourmentin, P. Flament and L. Lumière
Characterization and source apportionment of single particles from metalworking activities
J. Arndt, R. M. Healy, A. Setyan, P. Flament, K. Deboudt, V. Riffault, L. Y. Alleman, S. Mbengue and J. C. Wenger.
In-cloud processing as a possible source of isotopically light iron from anthropogenic aerosols: new insights from a laboratory study.
D.S. Mulholland, Flament, P., de Jong, J., Mattielli, N., Deboudt, K. , Dhont, G. and Bychkov, E.
Laboratory study of iron isotope fractionation during dissolution of mineral dust and industrial ash in simulated cloud water.
Elena C. Maters, Daniel S. Mulholland, Pascal Flament, Jeroen de Jong,