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Bastien Queste

  • Senior Research Associate
  • University of East Anglia
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Recent publications

  • Physical Controls on Oxygen Distribution and Denitrification Potential in the North West Arabian Sea

    • Queste B
    • Vic C
    • Heywood K
    • et al.
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  • Multiplatform, Multidisciplinary Investigations of the Impacts of Modified Circumpolar Deep Water in the Ross Sea, Antarctica

    • Smith Jr. W
    • Goetz K
    • Kaufman D
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Senior Research Associate

University of East Anglia

September 2013 - Present


PhD "Understanding and predicting the development of low oxygen regions in the southern North Sea –

University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences

September 2009 - December 2013(4 years)

MSc. Marine Biodiversity and Biotechnology

Heriot-Watt University

September 2008 - September 2009(a year)

BSc. Hons. Aquaculture

University of Stirling

September 2004 - July 2008(4 years)


I am part of the Laboratory for Global Marine and Atmospheric Chemistry (LGMAC) in the Environmental Sciences School of the University of East Anglia (UEA) where I am doing a PhD in partnership with the Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) aiming to understand and predict the development of low oxygen regions in the North Sea, notably using seagliders as a means for collecting vertical profiles and time-series over specific areas of the North Sea. In parallel, I am participating in the Glider Observations of Variability in the Ross Sea project (GOVARS - PI: Walker Smith, VIMS), where we have deployed two seagliders to map the evolution of biological, chemical and physical parameters from the opening of the polynya to the end of the spring bloom. Data from the seagliders can be obtained on our piloting platform: Previously, I completed my Honours in Aquaculture, focusing on the ecotoxicological impacts of the pharmaceutical aspect of the industry, at Stirling university followed by an MSc in Marine Biodiversity and Biotechnology (an offshoot of the Marine Resource Development and Protection Programme) at Heriot-Watt University where once again I focused on ecotoxicological impacts of anthropogenic compounds (CdTe/CdS nanoparticle ecogenotoxicity on M. edulis).

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