Antoine Marmy

 



Personal Info

Academic Qualification

  • 2012-present  PhD Student in Physical Geography, Department of Geosciences, University of Fribourg,Switzerland. (Alpine Cryosphere & Geomorphology Group)
  • 2011               MSc of Geography, University of Fribourg
  • 2009               BSc  of Geography, University of Fribourg
  • 2001-2005      College of Gambach, Fribourg

Teaching

Bachelor Level

  • GG.0213 Introduction to atmospheric science (practical course) 

 

Master Level

  • GG.0448 Modelling of glaciers and permafrost

Research

  • Modelling of subsurface processes in permafrost environments
  • Sensitivity of permafrost to climate change
  • Geophysics
  • Ice content modelling (4-phase model)
  • Meteorology, Climatology
  • Study regions: Swiss Alps, Maritime Antarctica

Projects

  • The Evolution of Mountain Permafrost in Switzerland (TEMPS)

Publications

Peer-reviewed Papers

Marmy A, Salzmann N, Scherler M, Hauck C (2013) Permafrost model sensitivity to seasonal climatic changes and extreme events in mountainous regions, Environ. Res. Lett. 8 035048 [ERL website] [PDF]

Staub B, Marmy A, Hauck C, Hilbich C, & Delaloye R (2015). Ground temperature variations in a talus slope influenced by permafrost: a comparison of field observations and model simulations. Geogr. Helv, 70, 45-62. [PDF on researchgate]

Goyanes G, Vieira G, Caselli A, Cardoso M, Marmy A, Santos F, Bernardo I, Hauck C (2014) Local influences of geothermal anomalies on permafrost distribution in an active volcanic island (Deception Island, Antarctica).  Geomorphology 01/2014 DOI: 10.1016.

Conferences

Marmy A, Salzmann N, Hauck C, Rajczak J, Kotlarski S (2014) Mountain permafrost in Switzerland: modelling of long-term evolution and sensitivity to climate change. Book of Abstracts of EUCOP4 - 4th European Conference on Permafrost. [PDF on researchgate]

Staub B, Marmy A (2014) Combining observation- and model-based approaches in mountain permafrost research. Book of Abstracts of EUCOP4 - 4th European Conference on Permafrost. [PDF on researchgate]

Pellet C, Hauck C, Hilbich C, Marmy A (2014) Soil water and ice content validation for permafrost models using direct and indirect measurement approaches. Book of Abstracts of EUCOP4 - 4th European Conference on Permafrost. [PDF on researchgate]

Goyanes G, Vieira G, Caselli A, Ferreira A, Winocur D, Cardoso M, Marmy A (2014) Periglacial processes and landforms at Deception Island volcano, Maritime Antarctica. Book of Abstracts of EUCOP4 - 4th European Conference on Permafrost. [PDF on researchgate]

Goyanes G, Vieira G, Caselli A, Winocur D, Cardoso M, Marmy A, Bernardo I, Hauck C (2014) Geothermal anomalies and ground thermal regime at Irizar Alluvial Fan, Deception Island (Antarctica). Book of Abstracts of EUCOP4 - 4th European Conference on Permafrost. [PDF on researchgate]

Ekici A, Beer C, Hajdu L H, Friend A D, Miller P, Chaudhary N, Peng S, Krinner G, Chadburn S, Burke E, Boike J, Langer M, Marmy A, Hauck C (2014) Site-level intercomparison of cold-region specific soil physics in different landscape types. Book of Abstracts of EUCOP4 - 4th European Conference on Permafrost. [PDF on researchgate]

Marmy A, Hauck C and Scherler M (2013) Sensitivity study and uncertainties assessment of the permafrost model for the Swiss Alps. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 15, EGU2013-667-1 http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2013/EGU2013-667-1.pdf

Goyanes G, Vieira G, Caselli A, Cardoso A, Bernardo I, Hauck C (2012) Permafrost-volcano interactions: a case-study in Deception Island, XII SCAR and Open Science Conferences.

Marmy A, Vieira G, Ramos M, Hauck C (2011) Modelling volcano, climate and permafrost interactions on Deception Island, Maritime Antarctic. Geophysical Research Abstracts. Vol. 13, EGU2011-724 http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2011/EGU2011-724.pdf

contribution in Reports

CH2014-Impacts (2014), Toward Quantitative Scenarios of Climate Change Impacts in Switzerland, published by OCCR, FOEN, MeteoSwiss, C2SM, Agroscope, and ProClim, Bern, Switzerland, 136 pp.


 

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