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Bruno Tassin

Bruno Tassin is a senior scientist, Professor in urban hydrology at Ecole des ponts ParisTech in LEESU (Water, Environment, and Urban Systems laboratory). He is also in charge of a Master Programme : “Hydrosystems and Water management” organised by Ecole des ponts ParisTech, Paris-Est Créteil University and Paris-Diderot University. He is graduated from Ecole des ponts in civil engineering and prepared a PhD on the mathematical modelling of the water quality of the lake of Geneva.

During the first 15 years or is research activities he worked on the physical and biogeochemical monitoring and modelling of lakes recovering from eutrophication, especially on Lake Bourget (France). He developed multiscale approaches from the turbulence scale to basin wide scale in order to analyse the interactions between the physical and the biogeochemical behaviour of large lakes, especially algal blooms. This approaches has been transferred to meromictic lakes, like Lake Pavin (France). lakes.

After his habilitation diploma (2003), his research activities moved to the analysis of water quality in urban environments and its interaction with new water management approaches transferring the methodology developed on lakes ecosystems to urban hydrosystems. His interests focus particularly on the modelling of the water quality or urban runoff, the analysis of sources and fluxes in complex environment of micropollutants, the basin-scale consequences of the development of Best Management Practices for runoff control and the historical analysis of urban pollution on using sediment cores.

In 2013, he started developing research activities on microplastics in urban environments, from atmospheric fallouts to receiving systems.

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Journal articles3 documents

  • Romain Tramoy, Johnny Gasperi, Rachid Dris, Laurent Colasse, Cédric Fisson, et al.. Assessment of the Plastic Inputs From the Seine Basin to the Sea Using Statistical and Field Approaches. Frontiers in Marine Science, Frontiers Media, 2019, 6, ⟨10.3389/fmars.2019.00151⟩. ⟨hal-02098347⟩
  • Tim van Emmerik, Romain Tramoy, Caroline van Calcar, Soline Alligant, Robin Treilles, et al.. Seine plastic debris transport tenfolded during increased river discharge. Frontiers in Marine Science, Frontiers Media, In press. ⟨hal-02310386⟩
  • Romain Tramoy, Laurent Colasse, Johnny Gasperi, Bruno Tassin. Plastic debris dataset on the Seine river banks: plastic pellets, unidentified plastic fragments and plastic sticks are the Top 3 items in a historical accumulation of plastics. Data in Brief, Elsevier, 2019, ⟨10.1016/j.dib.2019.01.045⟩. ⟨hal-01992196⟩

Conference papers5 documents

  • Johnny Gasperi, Soline Alligant, Rachid Dris, Romain Tramoy, Robin Treilles, et al.. Plastic debris in urban water and freshwater: lessons learned from the Seine Basin catchment. II International Conference on Microplastic Pollution in the Mediterranean Sea (μMED), Capri (Italy), septembre 2019., Sep 2019, Capri, Italy. ⟨hal-02289384⟩
  • Romain Tramoy, Johnny Gasperi, Laurent Colasse, Cédric Fisson, Nicolas Bacq, et al.. Estimer les flux de macro-déchets dans la Seine : un véritable casse-tête ?. I.S.Rivers 2018, Jun 2018, Lyon, France. ⟨hal-01812643⟩
  • Romain Tramoy, Johnny Gasperi, L. Colasse, C. Fisson, S Sananes, et al.. Plastic input from the Seine River into the oceans: first results from the MacroPLAST project. MICRO2018, Nov 2018, LANZAROTE, Spain. ⟨hal-01933171⟩
  • Robin Treilles, Johnny Gasperi, Romain Tramoy, Vincent Rocher, Bruno Tassin. Microplastic concentrations in freshwater during a flood event, a case study of the Seine river catchment. Micro 2018 Fate and Impact of Microplastics: Knowledge, Actions and Solutions, Nov 2018, Arrecife, Spain. ⟨hal-01941074⟩
  • Johnny Gasperi, Romain Tramoy, Isabelle Poitou, Denis Blot, Bruno Tassin. Du macro- aux microplastiques : une pollution « émergente » dans le continuum terre-mer.. Colloque « Les enjeux des polluants émergents dans le continuum terre-mer en Méditerranée », Marseille, décembre 2018., Dec 2018, Marseille, France. ⟨hal-01951395⟩