Dr Loic Harrault
BA (U. Paris Est), MA (U. Paris 7), Ph.D. (U. Paris 6)
Honorary Research Fellow
Loic studied Chemistry (BA) and Environmental Geosciences (MA) in Paris. After graduating the Water Sciences speciality, he started a Ph.D. at the University of Pierre et Marie Currie (Paris, France) dealing with interactions between food web ecology and organic geochemistry in freshwater ecosystems. This was during its Ph.D. that he started to apply the tools of organic geochemistry to environmental issues.
Since completing his Ph.D. in September 2012, Loic has undertaken a postdoctoral research fellow position in Rennes (France) working on the Interreg-funded Riskmanche project with Dr. Emilie Jardé and Dr. Laurent Jeanneau to track fecal contamination sources in shellfish harvesting areas through lipid biomarkers.
Then he joined the University of Aberdeen as a postdoctoral research fellow in May 2015 to work on the JPI Climate- and ESRC-funded HUMANOR project with Dr. Karen Milek, Pr. Lorna Dawson (James Hutton Institute) and Pr. David Anderson (Anthropology). As a geoarcheologist, he is using lipid biomarkers to identify the presence of reindeers and other animals in archeological sites from Siberia and Sweden.
- Organic Geochemistry
- Lipid Biomarkers
- Fecal Contamination
- Aquatic Ecology and Biogeochemistry
- New: Geoarchaeology
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A new tool based on faecal stanols can distinguish specific mammalian species in modern and past environments29th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, IMOG 2019. European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers, EAGE pp. 1-2, 2 pages.Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Conference Proceedings
Animal domestication in the high Arctic: Hunting and holding reindeer on the I͡Amal peninsula, northwest SiberiaJournal of Anthropological Archaeology, vol. 55, 101079Contributions to Journals: Articles
Faecal biomarkers can distinguish specific mammalian species in modern and past environmentsPloS ONE, vol. 14, no. 2, e0211119Contributions to Journals: Articles
On the move: Material and environmental imprints of mobile pastoralism in northern EurasiaContributions to Conferences: Papers
Shifting Sands and Climate Change: Modalities of Dwelling at Yarte, Yamal, SiberiaContributions to Conferences: Papers
Geoarchaeological tools to contextualise ancient pastoral sites in Suollagavalda, northern SwedenContributions to Conferences: Papers
Yarte VI, Yamal Peninsula, Northwest Siberia, in its Landscape ContextContributions to Conferences: Papers
Methodological use of Magnetic Susceptibility to locate ancient reindeer herder hearths in Suollagavalda, northern Sweden: A geoarchaeological approachEthnoarchaeology of fireContributions to Conferences: Posters
Understanding past activities of pastoral nomadic Nenets from Western Siberia using a geoarchaeological toolkitEthnoarchaeology of fireContributions to Conferences: Posters
A study of a possible early reindeer domestication site on the Iamal peninsula (Russia) using geoarchaeological methods and lipid biomarkersContributions to Conferences: Papers