Jean VAN DEN DRIESSCHE Professor Affiliation

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Jean VAN DEN DRIESSCHE Professor Affiliation
Jean VAN DEN DRIESSCHE Professor
Affiliation Géosciences Rennes , UMR 6118, CNRS, Université Rennes I
Education and professional experiences
1996 Professor, University of Rennes
1995 Researcher, Elf-Aqutaine, Pau
1985 Assistant Professor, University Paris 7/ IPG Paris Academic qualification
1994 Thèse d’état ès scciences, University Paris7 ”L’effondrement gravitaire de la chaı̂ne
hercynienne”
1982 Thèse Doctorat 3ème cycle, University of Montpellier 2 ”Déformation progressive,
linéations transverses et modèle alpin : l’exemple du complexe métamorphique du
Shuswap (Colombie Britannique
1980 Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies, University of Montpellier 2
Research interests Dynamics of mountain belts (Variscan belt, Pyrenees, High Atlas, European Alps). Relations Tectonics-Erosion/Sedimentation-Climate. Drainage pattern and Lithosphere deformation. Dynamics of fluvial erosion (Messinian Salinity Crisis,
knickpoint migration and faulting).
Duties
– Assistant Director of Geosciences Rennes (01/01/2009-)
– Editor-in-Chief of Geodinamica Acta
Selected publications
– Loget N. & J. Van Den Driessche (2006). On the origin of the Strait of Gibraltar.
Sedimentary Geology, 188-189, 341–356.
– Babault J., N. Loget, J. Van Den Driessche, S. Castelltort, S. Bonnet & P. Davy
(2006). Did the Ebro connect to the Mediterranean before the Messinian salinity
crisis ? Geomorphology, 81, 155–165.
– Babault J., J. Van Den Driessche, S. Bonnet, S. Castelltort & A. Crave (2006). Reply
to comment by Yanni Gunnell and Marc Calvet on “On the origin of the highly
elevated Pyrenean peneplain” Tectonics, 25, TC3004, doi : 10.1029/2005TC001922.
– Babault J., S. Bonnet, J. Van Den Driessche & A. Crave (2007). High elevation of
low relief surfaces in mountain belts : does it equate to post-orogenic surface uplift ?
Terra Nova, 9, 272-277, doi : 10.1111/j.1365-3121.2007.00746.x
– Pochat S. & J. Van Den Driessche (2007). Impact of synsedimentary normal faults
scarps of metre height on dynamics of sediment gravity flow (Grès d’ Annot formation, SE France). Sedimentary Geology, 202, 796 – 820.
– Babault J., S. Bonnet, G. Ruiz & J. Van Den Driessche (2009). A comment on
’Late- to post-orogenic exhumation of the Central Pyrenees revealed through combined thermochronological data and modelling’ by M. Gibson, H. D. Sinclair, G.
J. Lynn and F. M. Stuart, Basin Research, 21, 139-141, doi : 10.1111/j.13652117.2008.00377.x
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– Loget N. & J. Van Den Driessche (2009). Wave train model for knickpoint migration.
Geomorphology, doi :10.1016/j.geomorph.2008.10.017
– Pochat S., S. Castelltort, G. Noblet & J. Van Den Driessche (2009). High-resolution
record of tectonic and sedimentary processes in growth strata . Marine and Petroleum Geology 26, 1350 – 1364, doi :10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2009.06.001
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