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Sarah-Jeanne Royer

  • Ph.D.
  • University of Hawai'i at Manoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology
  • 17PublicationsNumber of items in Sarah-Jeanne's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 9Followers

Recent publications

  • Production of methane and ethylene from plastic in the environment

    • Royer S
    • Ferron S
    • Wilson S
    • et al.
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  • Validation of ATR FT-IR to identify polymers of plastic marine debris, including those ingested by marine organisms

    • Jung M
    • Horgen F
    • Orski S
    • et al.
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Professional experience

PhD student

Institut de Ciencies del Mar

October 2009 - March 2015(5 years)

M.Sc.

Universite de Sherbrooke

August 2008 - September 2009(a year)

M.Sc.

Universite Laval Faculte des sciences et de genie

September 2006 - February 2009(2 years)

B.Sc.

Universite Laval Faculte des sciences et de genie

January 2004 - May 2007(3 years)

Education

Post-Doctorate

University of Hawai'i at Manoa School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

August 2015 - Present

Ph.D

Institut de Ciencies del Mar

October 2009 - March 2015(5 years)

M.Sc. Écologie internationale

Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

September 2008 - September 2009(a year)

M.Sc.

Université de Laval

September 2006 - September 2008(2 years)

B.Sc. en biologie

Université Laval - Laval University

September 2004 - May 2006(2 years)

Attestation d'études collégiales au Centre de formation en communication inter-culturelle

Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup

August 2002 - June 2003(10 months)

Technique en Recherche et Invetaire en Biologie

Cégep Sainte-Foy

August 1999 - June 2002(3 years)

About

Sarah-Jeanne’s research is focusing in understanding the marine carbon cycle and the biogeochemical cycling of reduced gases in the ocean. She is particularly interested in assessing the short-term variability of net community production (NCP) in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre using membrane inlet mass spectrometry (MIMS). Sarah-Jeanne is currently developing instrumentation to map the distribution of the ratio of dissolved oxygen (O2) and the inert gas argon (Ar) to allow high frequency measurements from the coast of Hawaii to station ALOHA along with the assessment of in situ diel changes of O2/Ar ratio in the water column on station. Royer is also interested in studying the size distribution of marine litter from the coast to station ALOHA and evaluate the effect of photo-chemistry on plastic degradation and its release of carbon gases.

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