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Goddéris Yves

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Téléphone / phone: 33 5 61 33 26 15

Bureau / office : F118

Institution : CNRS

Statut / status: Chercheur

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Géoscience Environnement Toulouse
Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées
14 avenue Edouard Belin
31400 Toulouse

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Continental weathering processes

Evolution of the atmosphere and ocean at the geological timescale

Numerical modeling

Main/Recent publications

Recent publications (2010-2019)

  1. Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., 2019. A sink- or a source-driven carbon cycle at the geological timescale? Relative importance of palaeogeography versus solid Earth degassing rate in the Phanerozoic climatic evolution. Geological Magazine, 156, 355-365, DOI: 10.1017/S0016756817001054
  2. Sullivan P.L., Goddéris Y., Shi Y., Gu X., Schott J., Hasenmueller E.A., Kaye J., Duffy C., Jin L., Brantley S.L., 2019. Exploring the effect of aspect to inform future earthcasts of climate-driven changes in weathering of shales. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth surface, 124, 974-993.
  3. Goddéris Y., Schott J., Brantley S.L., 2019. Reactive transport model of weathering. Elements, 15, 103-106.
  4. Maffre P., Ladant J.-B., Moquet J.-S., Carretier S., Labat D., Goddéris Y., 2018. Mountain ranges, climate and weathering. Do orogens streghthen or weaken the silicate weathering carbon sink ? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 493- 174-185.
  5. Carretier S., Goddéris Y., Martinez J., Reich M., Martinod P., 2018. Colluvial deposits as a possible weathering reservoir in uplifting mountains. Earth Surface Dynamics, 6, 217-237.
  6. Maffre P., Ladant J.-B., Donnadieu Y., Sepulchre P., Goddéris Y., 2017. The influence of orography on modern ocean circulation. Climate Dynamics, doi: 10.1007/s00382-017-3683-0.
  7. Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Carretier S., Aretz M., Dera G., Macouin M., Regard V., 2017. Onset and ending of the late Palaeozoic ice age triggered by tectonically paced rock weathering.  Nature Geoscience, 10, 382-386.
  8. van der Meer D., van den Berg van Saparoea A.P.H., van Hinsbergen D.J.J., van de Weg R.M.B., Goddéris Y., Le Hir G., Donnadieu Y., 2017. Reconstructing first-order changes in sea level during the Phanerozoic and Neoproterozoic using strontium isotopes. Gondwana Research, 44, 22-34.
  9. Goddéris Y., Le Hir G., Macouin M., Donnadieu Y., Hubert-Théou L., Dera G., Aretz M., Fluteau F., Li Z.X., Halverson G.P., 2017. Paleogeographic forcing of the strontium cycle in the Neoproterozoic.  Gondwana Research, 42, 151-162.
  10. Carretier S., Martinod P., Reich M., Goddéris Y., 2016. Modelling sediment clasts transport during landscape evolution. Earth Surface Dynamics, 4, 237-251.
  11. Beaulieu E., Lucas Y., Viville D., Chabaux F., Ackerer P., Goddéris Y., Pierret M.-C., 2016. Hydrological and vegetation response to climate change in a forested mountainous catchment. Earth Syst. Environ. 2, doi: 10.1007/s40808-016-0244-1.
  12. Paris G., Donnadieu Y., beaumont V., Fluteau F., Goddéris Y., 2015. Geochemical consequences of intense pulse-like degassing during the onset of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 441, 74-82.
  13. Vigier N., Goddéris Y., 2015. A new approach for modeling Cenozoic oceanic lithium isotope paleo-variations: the key role of climate. Climate of the Past, 11,635-645.
  14. Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G.,Lefebvre V., Nardin E., 2014. The role of palaeogeography in the Phanerozoic history of atmospheric CO2 and climate. Earth Science Reviews, 128, 122-138.
  15. Carretier S., Goddéris Y., Delannoy T., Rouby D., 2014. Mean bedrock-to-saprolite conversion and erosion rates during mountain growth and decline. Geomorphology, 209, 39-52.
  16. Penuelas J., Poulter B., Sardans J., Ciais P., van der Velde M., Bopp L., Boucher O., Goddéris Y., Hinsinger P., Llusias J., Nardin E., Vicca S., Obersteiner M., Janssens I.A., 2013. Human-induced nitrogen-phosphorus imbalances alter natural and managed ecosystems across the globe. Nature Communications, doi: 10.1038/ncomms3934.
  17. Goddéris Y., Brantley S.L., 2013. Earthcasting the future critical zone. Elementa, 1, doi:10.12952/journal.elementa.000019.
  18. Goddéris Y., Brantley S.L., François L.M., Schott J., Pollard D., Déqué M., Dury M., 2013. Rates of consumption of atmospheric CO2 through the weathering of loess during the next 100 yr of climate change. Biogeosciences, 10, 135-148.
  19. Chaudhuri A., Sekhar M., Descloîtres M., Goddéris Y., Ruiz L., Braun J.-J., 2013. Constraining complex aquifer geometry with geophysics (2-D ERT and MRS measurements) for stochastic modelling of groundwater flow. J. Applied Geophys., 98, 288-297.
  20. Regnier P., Friedlingstein P., Ciais P., Mackenzie F.T., Gruber N., Janssens I.A., Laruelle G.G., Lauerwald R., Luyssaert S., Andersson A.J., Arndt S., Amosti C., Borges A.V., Dale A.W., Gallego-Sala A., Goddéris Y., Goossens N., Hartmann J., Heinze C., Ilyina T., Joos F., LaRowe D.E., Leifeld J., Meysman F.J.R., Munhoven G., Raymond P.A., Spahni R., Suntharalingam P., Thullner M., 2013. Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean. Nature Geoscience, 6, 597-607.
  21. Roland M., Serrano-Ortiz P., Kowalski A.S., Godderis Y., Sanchez-Canete E.P., Ciais P., Domingo F., Cuezva S., Sanchez-Moral S., Longdoz B., Yakir D., Van Grieken R., Schott J., Cardell C., Janssens I.A., 2013. Atmospheric turbulence triggers pronounced diel pattern in karst carbonate geochemistry. Biogeosciences, 10, 5009-5017.
  22. Lefebvre V., Donnadieu Y., Goddéris Y., Fluteau F., Hubert-Théou L., 2013. Was the Antarctic glaciation delayed by a high degassing rate during the early Cenozoic ? Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 371, 203-211.
  23. Beaulieu E., Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Labat D., Roelandt C., 2012. High sensitivity of the continental-weathering carbon dioxide sink to future climate change. Nature Climate Change, 2, 346-349, doi:10.1038/nclimate1419.
  24. Schott J., Oelkers E.H., Benezeth P., Goddéris Y., François L.M., 2012. Can accurate kinetic laws be created to describe chemical weathering ? Comptes Rendus Geoscience, 344, 568-585.
  25. Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Lefebvre V., Le Hir G., Nardin E., 2012. Tectonic control of continental weathering, atmospheric CO2, and climate over Phanerozoic times. Comptes Rendus Geoscience, 344, 652-662.
  26. Nardin E., Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Blakey R.C., Pucéat E., Aretz M., 2011. Modeling the early Paleozoic long-term climatic trend. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 123, 1181-1192
  27. Beaulieu E., Goddéris Y., Labat D., Roelandt C., Calmels D., Gaillardet J., 2011. Modeling of water-rock interaction in the Mackenzie basin: competition between sulfuric and carbonic acids. Chemical Geology, 289, 114-123
  28. Goddéris Y., Le Hir G., Donnadieu Y., 2011. Modelling the Snowball Earth. In The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic glaciations (eds. E. Arnaud, G.P. Halverson, G. Shields-Zhou). Geologial Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 151-161.
  29. Le Hir G., Donnadieu Y., Goddéris Y., Meyer-Berthaud B., Ramstein G., Blakey R.C., 2011. The climate change caused by the land plant invasion in the Devonian. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 310, 203-212.
  30. Donnadieu Y., Dromart G., Goddéris Y., Pucéat E., Brigaud B., Dera G., Dumas C., Olivier N., 2011. A mechanism for brief glacial episodes in the Mesozoic greenhouse. Paleoceanography, doi: 10.1029/2010PA002100
  31. Jeandel C., Peucker-Ehrenbrink B., Jones M.T., Pearce C.R., Oelkers E.H., Goddéris Y., Lacan F., Aumont O., Arsouze T., 2011. Ocean margins: the missing term in oceanic element budgets ? EOS transactions American Geophysical Union, 92, n°26, 217-218.
  32. Arndt S.,Regnier P., Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., 2011. GEOCLIM reloaded (v1.0): a new coupled earth system model for past climate change. Geoscientific Model Development, 4, 451-481.
  33. Goddéris Y., 2010. Mountains without erosion. Nature, 465, 169-170.
  34. Beaulieu E., Goddéris Y., Labat D., Roelandt C., Oliva P., Guerrero B., 2010. Impact of atmospheric CO2 levels on continental silicate weathering. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, 11, doi: 10.1029/2010GC003078
  35. Goddéris Y., Williams J.Z., Schott J., Pollard D., Brantley S.L., 2010. Time evolution of the mineralogical composition of Mississippi Valley loess over the last 10 kyr: climate and geochemical modeling. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 74, 6357-6374
  36. Violette A., Goddéris Y., Maréchal J.-C., Riotte J., Oliva P., Mohan Kumar M.S., Sekhar M., Braun J.-J., 2010. Modelling the chemical weathering fluxes at the watershed scale in the Tropics (Mule Hole, South India): relative contribution of the smectite/kaolinite assemblage versus primary minerals. Chemical Geology, 277, 42-60
  37. Roelandt C., Goddéris Y., Bonnet M.-P., Sondag F., 2010. Coupled modeling of biospheric and chemical weathering processes at the continental scale. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 24, dpi:10.1029/2008GB003420.
  38. Serrano-Ortiz P., Roland M., Sanchez-Moral S., Janssens I.A., Domingo F., Goddéris Y., Kowalski A.S., 2010. Hidden, abiotic CO2 flows and gaseous reservoirs in the terrestrial carbon cycle: review and perspectives. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150, 321-329.

A selection of five older papers

  1. Lagabrielle Y., Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Malavieille J., Suarez M., 2009. The tectonic history of Drake Passage and its possible impacts on global climate. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 279, 197-211
  2. Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., de Vargas C., Pierrehumbert R.T., Dromart G., van de Schootbrugge B., 2008. Causal or casual link between the rise of nannoplankton calcification and a tectonically-driven massive decrease in Late Triassic atmospheric CO2 ? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 267, 247-255
  3. Goddéris Y., François L.M., Probst A., Schott J., Moncoulon D., Labat D., Viville D., 2006. Modelling weathering processes at the catchment scale: the WITCH numerical model. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 70, 1128-1147
  4. Donnadieu Y., Goddéris Y., Ramstein G., Nédélec A., Meert J., 2004. A 'snowball Earth' climate triggered by continental break-up through changes in runoff. Nature, 428, 303-306
  5. Goddéris Y., Donnadieu Y., Nédélec A., Dupré B., Dessert C., Grard A., Ramstein G., François L.M., 2003. The Sturtian 'snowball' glaciation: fire and ice. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 211, 1-12
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