Function: PhD student
Main Research Unit: LMV
Nina was a ClerVolc PhD from 2012 to 2015. She worked in the field of geochemistry, under the supervision of Maud Boyet and Christian Pin. She studied the La-Ce isotopic system, from the chemistry to the analysis of the Cerium isotopes. She developed a method to measure them as oxides on the Thermo ionisation mass spectrometer in the LMV. She then applied the method to different types of rocks, particularly arc lavas from the Lesser Antilles but also on other kinds of rocks to acquire a large amount of isotopic data on Ce.
313. Bellot N., Boyet M., Doucelance R., Bonnand P., Savov I.P., Plank T., Elliott T. (2018). Origin of negative cerium anomalies in subduction-related volcanic samples: Constraints from Ce and Nd isotopes. Chemical Geology vol.500, p.46-63, DOI:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.09.006 .
125. Bellot N., Boyet M., Doucelance R., Pin C., Chauvel C., Auclair D. (2015). Ce isotope systematics of island arc lavas from the Lesser Antilles. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta vol.168, p.261-279, doi:10.1016/j.gca.2015.07.002.
122. Doucelance R., Bellot N., Boyet M., Hammouda T., Bosq C. (2014). What coupled cerium and neodymium isotopes tell us about the deep source of oceanic carbonatites. Earth and Planetary Science Letters vol.407, p.175-186, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2014.09.042.