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Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne
UMR 7621





Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne (LOMIC) - UMR 7621 CNRS-UPMC

Avenue Fontaulé - 66650 Banyuls sur mer, France

Tél: 33 (0)4 30 19 24 31



Research ID : A-7404-2011




30. M.Rembauville, S. Blain, C. Manno, G. Tarling, A. Thompson, G.A. Wolff, Salter, I. The role of diatom resting spores for pelagic-benthic coupling in the Southern Ocean. Biogeosciences Discussions: (2017)

29. H. Hátún, J. Ólafsson, K. Azetsu-Scott, R. Somavilla, F. Rey, C. Johnson, M. Mathis, U. Mikolajewicz, P. Coupel, J-É. Tremblay, S. Hartman, S.V. Pacariz and I. Salter. The Subpolar gyre regulates silicate concentrations in the North Atlantic. Nature Scientific Reports (In Press).

28. Schiebel, R., Spielhagen R. F., Garnier, J., Hagemann, J., Howa, H., Jentzen, A., Martinez-García, A., Meilland, J., Michel E., Repschläger, J., Salter, I., Yamasaki, M., Haug, G. Modern planktic foraminifers in the high-latitude ocean. Marine Micropaleontology: 136, 1-13 (2017)

27. *Rembauville, M., Salter, I., Dehairs, F., Micquel, J-C., Blain, S. Annual particulate matter and diatom export in a high nutrient low chlorophyll regime upstream of the Kerguelen Plateau. Polar Biology: (2017)


26. Constable A., et al. (incl. Salter, I). Developing priority variables (“ecosystem Essential Ocean Variables” – eEOVs) for observing dynamics and change in Southern Ocean ecosystems. Journal of Marine Systems: 161, 26-41 (2016).

25. *Rembauville, M., Manno, C., Tarling, G.A., Blain, S., Salter, I. Strong contribution of diatom resting spores to deep sea carbon export fluxes in the naturally iron-fertilized waters downstream of South Georgia. Deep-Sea Research Part I: 115, 22-35 (2016).

24. *Rembauville, M., Blain S., Capparos J., Salter, I. Particulate matter stoichiometry driven by microplankton community structure in summer in the Indian Sector of the Southern ocean. Limnology and Oceanography: 61(4), 1301-1321 (2016).

23. *Rembauville, M., Meilland J., Ziveri, P., Schiebel R., Blain, S., Salter, I. Planktonic foraminifer and coccolith contribution to carbonate export fluxes over the central Kerguelen Plateau. Deep Sea Research Part I: 111, 91-101 (2016).


22. Galand, P., Salter, I., Kalenitchenko, D. Ecosystem productivity is associated to bacterial phylogenetic distance in surface marine waters. Molecular Ecology: 24(23), 5785-5795 (2015).

21. Kopf, A. et al. (incl. Salter, I) The ocean sampling day consortium. Gigascience Commentary: 4(1), 27 (2015).

20. *Rembauville, M., Blain, S., Armand, L., Quéguiner, B., Salter, I. Export fluxes in a naturally iron-fertilized area of the Southern Ocean – Part 2: Importance of diatom resting spores and faecal pellets for export. Biogeosciences: 12, 3171-3195 (2015).

19. *Rembauville, M., Salter, I., Leblond N., Gueneugues A., Blain, S. Export fluxes in a naturally iron-fertilized area of the Southern Ocean – Part 1: Seasonal dynamics of particulate organic carbon export from a moored sediment trap. Biogeosciences: 12, 3153-3170 (2015).

18. Salter, I., Galand, P., Fagervold, S., Lebaron, P., Obernosterer, I., Oliver, M., Suzuki, M., Tricoire, C.  Seasonal dynamics of active SAR11 ecotypes in the oligotrophic Northwest Mediterranean Sea. The ISME Journal: 9(2) 347-360 (2015).


17. Salter, I., Schiebel, R., Movellan, A., Lampitt, R.S., Wolff, G.A. Carbonate counter pump stimulated by natural iron fertilization in the Polar Frontal Zone. Nature Geoscience: 7(12), 885-889 (2014)


16. Hugoni, M., Taib, N., Debroas, D., Domaizon, I., Jouan Dufournel, I., Bronner, G., Salter, I., Agogué, H., Mary, I., Galand, P. Structure of the rare archaeal biosphere and seasonal dynamics of active ecotypes in surface coastal waters.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America: 110(15) 6004-6009 (2013).


15. Salter, I., Kemp, A.E.S., Moore, C.M., Lampitt R., Wolff, G.A., Holtvoeth, J. Diatom resting spore ecology drives enhanced carbon export from a naturally iron fertilized bloom in the Southern Ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles: 26, GB1014 (2012).


14. Hernandez-Sanchez, M., Planquette, H., Mills, R., Pancost, R., Hepburn, L., Salter, I., Smith, T. Quantifying export production in the Southern Ocean: implications for the Baxs proxy. Paleoceanography: 26 (2011).

13. Salter, I., Bottjer, D., Christaki, U., Catala, P. Estimating the effect of inorganic particle concentration on virus-bacteria-flagellate dynamics. Environmental Microbiology: 13(10), 2768-2777 (2011).

12. Wolff, G., Billet, D., Holtvoeth, J., Bett, B., Fitzgeorge-Balfour, T., Fisher, E., Cross, I., Salter, I., Boorman, B., Hughes, J., King, N., Jamieson, A., Bagley, P., Challain, F.  Natural iron fertilisation and the impact of enhanced carbon export on deep-sea ecosystems. PLoSONE: 6(6), e20697 (2011).


11. Salter, I., Lampitt R., Kemp, A., Gledhill M. The association between biogenic and inorganic minerals and the amino acid composition of settling particles. Limnology and Oceanography: 55(5), 2207-2218 (2010).

10. Lampitt, R., Salter I., de Cuevas, B.A., Hartman, S., Larkin, K.E., Pebody, C.  Long-term variability of downward particle flux in the deep Northeast Atlantic: causes and trends. Deep-Sea Research Part II: 57(15) 1346-1361 (2010).


9. Salter, I., Zubkov, M.V., Warwick, P., Burkill, P. Marine bacteria can increase the rate of evaporation and gas transfer by metabolising insoluble surfactants from the air-water interface. FEMS Microbiology Letters: 294(2), 225-231 (2009).

8. Lampitt, R., Salter I., Johns, D. “Radiolarian as major exporters of organic carbon. Global Biogeochemical Cycles: 23, GB1010 (2009).

7. Pollard, R., Salter I., Richard J. Sanders, R., et al. Natural Iron fertilisation enhances deep-water carbon flux in Southern Ocean.  Nature: 457, 577-580 (2009).


6. Lampitt, R., Boorman, B., Brown, L., Lucas, M., Salter, I., Sanders, R., Saw, K., Seeyave, S., Thomalla, S., Turnewitsch, R. Particle export from the euphotic zone: Estimates using a novel drifting sediment trap, 234Th and new Production. Deep-Sea Research Part I: 55(11), 1484-1502 (2008).


5. Salter, I., Lampitt, R., Sanders, R., Poulton, A., Kemp, A., Boorman, B., Saw, K., Pearce, R. Estimating carbon, silica, and diatom export from a naturally fertilised phytoplankton bloom in the Southern Ocean using PELAGRA: A novel drifting sediment trap. Deep-Sea Research Part II: 54(18-20), 2233-2259 (2007).

4. Marsh, R., Mills, R., Salter, I., Green, D., Taylor, S. Controls on sediment geochemistry in the Crozet Region. Deep-Sea Research Part II: 54(18-20), 2260-2274 (2007).

3. Planquette, H., Statham, P., Fones, G., Charette, M., Moore, M., Salter, I., Nedelec, F., Taylor, S., French, M., Baker, A., Mahowald, N., Jickells, T. Dissolved iron in the vicinity of the Crozet Plateau. Deep-Sea Research Part II: 54(18-20), 1999-2019 (2007).

2. Charette, M., Gonneea, M., Morris, P., Statham, P., Fones, G., Planquette, H., Salter, I., Garabato, A. Radium isotopes as tracers of iron sources fuelling a Southern Ocean phytoplankton bloom. Deep-Sea Research Part II: 54(18-20) 1989-1998 (2007).


1. Kemp, A., Pearce, R., Grigorov, I., Rance, J., Lange, C., Quilty, P., Salter, I. Production of giant marine diatoms and their export at oceanic frontal zones: Implications for Si and C flux from stratified oceans. Global Biogeochemical Cycles: 20(4), GB4S04 (2006).



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