Camilla Liénart

Camilla Lienart


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Works at Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences
Telephone 08-16 12 38
Visiting address Svante Arrhenius väg 20 A
Room N 217
Postal address Institutionen för ekologi miljö och botanik 106 91 Stockholm

About me

I hold a PhD in Biogeochemistry and marine ecosystems from the University of Bordeaux during which my research were focused on the understanding of the composition, dynamics and forcings of particulate organic matter in various marine coastal ecosystems. During my previous MsC and PhD research, I used as working tools stable isotope and fatty acids techniques coupled with numerical and statistical analyses in order to trace organic matter in different types of environments and organsims.

I am currently involved in a postdoctoral project aiming to study isotopic samples of long term-series (i.e. 25 yrs) from the Swedish National yearly monitoring program of phytobenthic community in the Baltic Sea with Agnes Karlsson and Johan Eklöf. Combined with biotic and abiotic datasets on eutrophication or climate related variables, this project aims to test specific hypotheses on food web and ecosystem responses to environmental change.


At the boundary between biogeochemistry and marine ecology, my scientific interests are in tracing organic matter (OM) origin, dynamics and fate in coastal systems especially regarding its transfer to trophic networks. My aim is to understand how natural or human induced changes (e.g. climate change, eutrophication) in OM quantity and quality would affects food webs at different levels (i.e. from individual body condition to trophic network structure and functioning).

A list of my publication and projects updates can be found on my Research Gate or Google Scholar profiles.




Last updated: July 26, 2018

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