Irina Pavlova

irina.pavlova@lgp.cnrs.fr

 

 

Formation/ Diplomes:

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·         2013: PHD  (University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne / Russian Academy of science).

·         PhD thesis title - Response of debris flow activity for actual and future climate changes in the French Alps. 

   2006: Geographical faculty MSU (Moscow State University), department of Cryolithology and Glaciology.

·         Master thesis title: Evolution of glaciers in Baksan Valley (Central Caucasus) in Holocene.

 

Professional Experience:

·         2014 Young researcher in the Glaciological Department of the Institute of Geography RAS.

·        2009-2013: Research assistant in  Laboratory of Physical Geography, CNRS.

   2006-2009: Research assistant in the Glaciological Department of the Institute of Geography RAS.

 

Main project involved:

·          Fluctuations of glaciers in mid latitude during Holocene in Caucasus and French Alps

           Survey of debris Flow activity in the French Alps in the frame of ACQWA and SCAMPEI projects, 2009-2013.

·         Dendrochronological climate reconstruction in the tropical highlands of Andes (the GREAT ICE project, IRD), summer 2007-2008.

·         Dating Shiveluch volcano eruptions by means of dendrochronology; climatic reconstructions on the base of dendrochronology, 2006-2007.

·         Glaciological analyses in the frame of Europeen OMEGA, Univercite of Innsbruck, summer 2005.

 

Skills profile:
Fieldtrips: glaciogeomorphology, dendrochronology, lichenometry, pedology, mass balance measurements.
Cartographie: highlands glacial zones and natural hazards.
Languages: French, English, Spanish
Software: Microsoft Office, Adobe, ArcView.


 Publications :

1. Pavlova I., Jomelli V., Brunstein D., Grancher D., Martin E., Dequé M., 2014. Debris Flow activity related to current climate conditions in the French Alps: a regional investigation based on Safran reanalyzed data. Geomorphology (accepted).

2. Solomina O., Kalugin I., Alexandrin M., Bushueva I., Darin A., Dolgova E., Jomelli V., Ivanov M., Matskovsky V., Ovchinnikov D., Pavlova I., Razumovsky L., Chepurnaya I., 2013. Sediment coring of Lake Karakyol (Teberda valley, Western Caucasus) and prospects of reconstruction of the history of glaciation and climate of Caucasus (in Russian). Ice and Snow (in press).

3. Jomelli, V., Pavlova, I., Guin, O., Soliz-Gamboa C., Contreras A., Toivonen, J. M. & Zetterberg, P., 2012Analysis Of The Dendroclimatic Potential Of Polylepis Pepei, P. Subsericans And P. Rugulosa In ThTropical Andes (Peru-Bolivia). Tree-Ring Research, 68 (2), 91103.

4. Pavlova, I., Jomelli, V., Brunstein, D., Grancher, D., Vrac, M., 2012. Debris flow triggering meteorological conditions in Northern French Alps (in Russian). Ice and Snow, 117, 105-109.

5. Jomelli V., Pavlova I., Utasse M., Chenet M., Grancher D., Brunstein D., Leone F., 2011. Are debris floods and debris avalanches responding univocally to recent climatic change: A case study in the French Alps. In: Climate change 1, Intech Blanco J.A. Kheradmand, H. (Eds) ISBN 978-953-307-419.

6. Pavlova, I., Jomelli, V., Brunstein, D., Grancher, D., Vrac, M., 2011. Debris flow occurrence and meteorological factors in the French Alps: a regional investigation. In: Genevois, R., Hamilton, D.L., Prestininzi, A. (eds.), Conference book 5th International Conference on Debris-Flow Hazards Mitigation. La Sapienza, Rome, 127-135.

7. Solomina, O., Pavlova, I., Curtis, A., Jacoby, G., Ponomareva, V., Pevzner, M., 2008. Constraining recent Shiveluch volcano eruptions (Kamchatka, Russia) by means of dendrochronology. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 8, 115.

 

 

Communications :

 

1. Pavlova I., Eckert N., Jomelli V., Grancher D., Brunstein D. Geomorphological and climate context of debris flow regional occurrence in the Northern French Alps. 8th IAG International Conference on Geomorphology. Paris, France, 27- 31.08. 2013.

2. Pavlova I., Eckert N., Grancher D., Jomelli V., Brunstein D. Geomorphoogical and climate factors of debriflow  triggering.  Second  International  Conference  "Debris  flows:  disasters,  risk,  forecast,  protection”, Moscow, Russia, 17-19.09.2012.

3. Pavlova I., Eckert N., Jommelli V., Grancher D, Brunstein D. Debris flow and climate relations in the NortFrench Alps region. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienne, Austria, 3-8.04.2011.

4. Pavlova I. Application of rainfall intensity/duration threshold for debris flow triggering in the French AlpsYoung geomorphologists meeting, Paris, France, 5-6.02.2010.

5. Pavlova I., Solomina O. Datation des éruptions volcaniques par dendrochronologie. Panorama of dendrochronology in France. Digne-les-Bains, France, 8-9.10.2009.

 

Posters :

 

1. Pavlova I., Eckert N., Jomelli V., Grancher D., Brunstein D. Geomorphological and climate context of debris flow regional occurrence in the Northern French Alps. 8th IAG International Conference on Geomorphology. Paris, France, 27- 31.08. 2013.

2. Pavlova I., Eckert N., Grancher G., Jomelli V., Brunstein D. Meteorological and geomorphological factorsaffecting debris flow activity in the French Alps (regional investigation). Debris Flows: Disasters, Risk, Forecast, Protection. Moscow, Russia, 17-19.04.2012

3. Pavlova I., Jomelli V., Brunstein D., Grancher D.  Rainfall thresholds, geomorphic context and debris flows occurrence  in  the  French  Alps:  a  regional  investigation.  5th  International  Conference  on  Debris-FloHazards Mitigation: Mechanics, Prediction and Assessment University of Padova, Italy, 14-17.06.2011.

4. Pavlova I., Jomelli V., Contreras A. Primarily results of climatic reconstructions by means of tree-ring chronologies of Polylepis pepei in Central Andes. AVH4-2 Climate variability and climate change. 4th Alexander von Gumboldt International Conference The Andes: Challenge for Geosciences. Santiago,Chili24-28.11.2008.