Publications Guitreau Martin

Guitreau Martin

ATER, CLERVOLC
Équipe de Géochimie
Axes: Géologie régionale - Terre Primitive -
Post-Doctorant
Bureau: 1.45 - LMV Cezeaux
Téléphone: 04.73.40.55.91
Courriel : martin.guitreau@uca.fr

  • RESEARCH THEMES:

    I am interested in the use of elemental and isotope geochemistry, as well as magmatic and metamorphic petrology, to understand the formation and evolution of our planet at different scales. My research interests can be summarized in: 1) the formation and evolution of the continental crust, 2) the composition, structure, and evolution of mantle reservoirs, 3) Archean and Hadean geology, and 4) Analytical geochemistry (adaptation or development of new analytical methods concerning both machines and isotopic tools). My major research tool is radiogenic isotope geochemistry, with both long- and short-lived isotope systematics such as Lu-Hf, U-Th-Pb, Hf-W, and Sm-Nd.

     

    KEYWORDS:

    Radiogenic isotope geochemistry, geochronology, Hadean and Archean Earth, continental crust, mantle reservoirs

     

    ONGOING PROJECT:

    ANR Zircontinents (PI)

     

    LINKS:

    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=aDc0yW0AAAAJ&hl=fr 

    https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Martin_Guitreau

    https://r.academia.edu/MartinGuitreau

     

  • EDUCATION:

    2008-2012       PhD in Earth Sciences at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1. Thesis title:« Hf isotopes in TTGs and their zircons : witnesses to the growth of the first continents ». Advisors: Janne Blichert-Toft and Hervé Martin

    2006-2008       Masters in geology « Physics and Chemistry of the Earth and other planets » at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1

    2003-2006       Bachelor in geology « Magmas and Volcanoes » at Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand (France)

      

    EMPLOYMENT:

    2020-2021       Research and Teaching Assistant at Université Clermont Auvergne

    • Petrology and geochemistry of basement gneisses from the Archean Western Dharwar craton (India)
    • Lu-Hf, U-Th-Pb, O, and Si isotope geochemistry of zircons from Archean granitoids

    2015-2020           Postdoctoral fellow at the Université Clermont Auvergne (UCA, France)

    • Petrology and geochemistry of Archean granitoids from the Napier complex (Antarctica) and the Dharwar craton (India)
    • Lu-Hf, U-Th-Pb, O, and Si isotope geochemistry of zircons from Archean granitoids
    • Developing Lu-Hf and Si isotope geochemistry of zircon by LA-MC-ICP-MS
    • Developing U-Th-Pb dating of apatite by LA-ICP-MS

    2014-2015       Research Associate at the University of Manchester (Manchester, UK) with Matthias Willbold

    • W isotope geochemistry of modern and ancient basaltic rocks and granitoids
    • Adapting and/or developing isotope analyses at UoM (Rb-Sr, Sm-Nd, Pb, W, Mo)

    2012-2014       Postdoctoral research fellow at the University of New Hampshire (Durham, NH, USA) with Samuel B. Mukasa

    • Lu-Hf and U-Pb isotope geochemistry of Archean and Proterozoic granitoids (Dharwar craton, India) and Pikes Peak batholith (USA).
    • Developing zircon U-Th-Pb isotope analysis by LA-ICP-MS at UNH
    • Adapting Lu-Hf isotope geochemistry at UNH

    2008-2012       Research and Teaching Assistant at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (France).

    • Lu-Hf isotope geochemistry of TTGs (Archean granitoids) and their zircons
    • Development and adaptation of analytical protocols to handle, minimize, and eliminate complexities inherent to complex zircon crystals

    2008                Graduate Research Assistant at Laboratoire ISTerre, Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble, France). Supervision Nick Arndt

    • Mineralogical and geochemical study of olivine to constrain kimberlite petrogenesis

    2007                Undergraduate Research Assistant at laboratoire de Géologie de Lyon, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France). Supervision Francis Albarède

    • Developing of a new purification technique for platinum group element analysis

     

    FUNDINGS:

    2015-2017        Recipient of an Auvergne Fellowship grant awarded by the Labex ClerVolc (100 000 €)

    2017-2020        French National Research Agency (ANR) young researcher grant awarded to Dr Martin Guitreau (218 246 €)

     

  • TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

    2020-2021       Research and Teaching assistant at Université Clermont Auvergne (France)

    • Full service (192h TD equivalent) at all levels (Licence 1 to Master 2). Teaching in geochemistry, igneous petrology, early Earth, field geology, and introductory geology (universe, tectonics, mineralogy, magmatism, metamorphism, sismology, …).

    2017-2018       Teaching assistant at Université Jean Monnet (France)

    • Field course in mapping and structural geology (36 hours / 39 undergraduate students)

    2011-2012       Research and Teaching assistant at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France)

    • Mapping (10 hours / 18 undergraduate students)
    • Petrography (33 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Metamorphism (8 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Mineralogy (10 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in volcanology (18 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in metamorphism (18 hours / 40 undergraduate students)

    2010-2011       Teaching assistant at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (France)

    • Mapping (10 hours / 18 undergraduate students)
    • Petrography (22 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Metamorphism (4 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in volcanology (16 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in metamorphism (9 hours / 40 undergraduate students)

    2009-2010       Teaching assistant at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (France)

    • Mapping (10 hours / 18 undergraduate students)
    • Petrography (17 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in volcanology (16 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in magmatism (24 hours / 20 graduate students)

    2008-2009       Teaching assistant at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (France)

    • Mapping (10 hours / 18 undergraduate students)
    • Petrography (15 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in volcanology (16 hours / 40 undergraduate students)
    • Field course in magmatism (24 hours / 20 graduate students)

     

    STUDENT SUPERVISION:

    2020                Tristan LACOMBE, Université Clermont Auvergne, Masters internship co-supervised with Hervé MARTIN. Geochemistry and zircon Si isotope signatures of basement gneisses in the Western Dharwar craton (India).

    2019                Quentin Aquila, Quentin Marchand, et Baptiste Penlou, Université Clermont Auvergne, Masters internship co-supervised with Hervé MARTIN. Currently in 2ndyear of Masters at UCA. The nature and petrogenesis of basement gneisses of the Western Dharwar craton (India).

    2018                Clémentine Antoine, Masters internship co-advised with Emilie Bruand at Université Clermont Auvergne (France). Geochemistry of matrix and zircon-hosted apatite inclusions in Eoarchean Acasta gneisses.

    2016                Nicolas Mora, Masters internship at Université Blaise Pascal (France). Master 2ndyear at the University of Orléans (France) in 2017. Currently engineer at Sogeti. Improved U-Th-Pb isotope dating of Eoarchen Acasta gneiss zircons using LA-ICP-MS traverses.

    2015                Javiera Villalobos-Orchard, Masters internship co-advised with Matthias Willbold at the University of Manchester (UK). Currently PhD student at the University of Manchester (UK). Mo isotope geochemistry of modern mantle-derived lavas.

    2013                Rémi Delon, Masters internship co-advised with Bernard Bourdon at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon (France). Currently Postdoc at LMV after a PhD  at CRPG (Nancy). 142Nd systematics of Archean gneisses.

    2012-2014       Lorne Loudin, Masters internship co-advised with Sam Mukasa and Julie Bryce at the University of New Hampshire (USA). Currently working at the Gemological Institute of America (New York, NY, USA). Geoology of enriched lavas in Island.

  • SERVICES AND RESPONSABILITIES:

    2020-2021    Co-editing of a special issue on geochemistry and geochronology of accessory phases at Minerals

    2019-2020    Co-editing of a special issue on Earth’s first crusts at Frontiers

    2018-…           Review Editor at Frontiers

    2017                Member of the jury for evaluation of Masters internship (UCA)

    2016                Covener of a session at the Goldschmidt conference (58 abstracts)

    2015-…          In charge of seminars for the geochemistry group of the Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans

    2014-2015       Co-responsible for the MC-ICP-MS of the Cosmochemistry and Isotope Geochemistry group of The University of Manchester (UK)

    2012-2014       Co-responsible for the LA-ICP-MS facility of the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of New Hampshire (USA)

    2014                Member of the Jury for the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Symposiumof the University of New Hampshire

     

    OUTREACH ACTIVITY:

    2018-…           Co-organization of and participation to the outreach event “les Nuées Ardentes” in Clermont-Ferrand (http://lesnueesardentes.uca.fr)

    2017                Scientific outreach activity at the science festival ““le village des chiffres et vous”

    2016                Public outreach for primary and secondary school students presenting the major geological events that occurred within the last 350 My in the French Massif Central (http://crdp-pupitre.ac-clermont.fr/350ma/)

    2016                Presentation and visit of the Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans for international high school teachers during European “ERASMUS” exchange

    2016                Scientific outreach activity at the science festival “le village des 4 éléments”

    2016               Scientific outreach activity in the form of public workshops around the formation of the Earth and volcanoes in the bookstore “SCOP Les Volcans” in Clermont-Ferrand, as well as at Exposciences; http://www.exposciences-auvergne.fr/)

     

    JOURNAL REVIEWS:

    Chemical Geology, Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Geological Journal, Geology, Gondwana Research, Lithos, Minerals, Nature Communications, The Journal of Geology

     

     

  • Publications (depuis 2010) :

    Rang A :

    • Bruand E., Fowler M., Storey C., Laurent O., Antoine C., Guitreau M., Heilimo E., Nebel O. (2020). Accessory mineral constraints on crustal evolution: elemental fingerprints for magma discrimination. Geochemical Perspectives Letters vol.13, p.7-12, - lien DOI.
    • Monteux J., Andrault D., Guitreau M., Samuel H., Demouchy S. (2020). A mushy Earth’s mantle for more than 500 Myr after the magma ocean solidification. Geophysical Journal International vol.221, p.1165-1181, 2, - lien DOI.
    • Antoine C., Bruand E., Guitreau M., Devidal J.L. (2020). Understanding preservation of primary signatures in apatite by comparing matrix and zircon‐hosted crystals from the Eoarchean Acasta Gneiss Complex (Canada). Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems - lien DOI.
    • Guitreau M., Gannoun A.M., Deng Z., Marin-Carbonne J., Chaussidon M., Moynier F. (2020). Silicon isotope measurement in zircon by laser ablation multiple collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry vol.35, p.1597-1606, - lien DOI.
    • Chowdhury W., Trail D., Guitreau M., Bell E.A, Buettner J., Mojzsis S.J. (2020). Études géochimiques et texturales des supracrustals Eoarchean Ukaliq, Nord du Québec (Canada). Lithos vol.372-373, p.106573, - lien DOI.

    • Jayananda M., Guitreau M., Thomas T.T., Martin H., Aadhiseshan K.R., Gireesh R.V., Peucat J.J., Satyanarayanan M. (2019). Geochronology and geochemistry of Meso- to Neoarchean magmatic epidote-bearing potassic granites, Western Dharwar Craton (Bellur-Nagamangala-Pandavpura corridor), Southern India:Implications for the successive stages of crustal reworking and cratonization. vol.489, in : DEY, S. &MOYEN, J.-F. (eds) Archean Granitoids of India: Windows into Early Earth Tectonics. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, - lien DOI.
    • Böm C.O., Hartlaub R.P., Heaman L.M., Cates N., Guitreau M., Bourdon B., Roth A.S.G., Mojzsis S.J., Blichert-Toft J. (2019). The Assean Lake Complex: Ancient Crustat the Northwestern Margin of the Superior Craton, Manitoba, Canada. Earth’s Oldest Rocks. Elsevier. Ch. 28.
    • Guitreau M., Flahaut J. (2019). Record of low-temperature aqueous alteration of Martian zircon during the late Amazonian. Nature Communications vol.10, p.2457, - lien DOI.
    • Deng Z., Chaussidon M., Guitreau M., Puchtel S., Dauphas N., Moynier F. (2019). An oceanic subduction origin for Archaean granitoids revealed by silicon isotopes. Nature Geoscience - lien DOI.
    • Guitreau M., Boyet M., Paquette J.L., Gannoun A.M., Konc Z., Benbakkar M., Suchorski K., Hénot J.M. (2019). Hadean protocrust reworking at the origin of the Archean Napier Complex (Antarctica). Geochemical Perspectives Letters vol.12, p.7-11, - lien DOI.

    • Guitreau M., Mora N., Paquette J.L. (2018). Crystallization and Disturbance Histories of Single Zircon Crystals From Hadean-Eoarchean Acasta Gneisses Examined by LA-ICP-MS U-Pb Traverses. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems vol.19, - lien DOI.
    • Böhm C.O., Hartlaub R.P., Heaman L.M., Cates N., Guitreau M., Bourdon B., Roth A.S.G., Mojzsis S.J., Blichert-Toft J. (2018). The Assean Lake Complex: Ancient Crust at the Northwestern Margin of the Superior Craton, Manitoba, Canada. vol.28, Earth's Oldest Rocks, - lien DOI.

    • Guitreau M., Mukasa S.B., Loudin L., Krishnan S. (2017). New constraints on the early formation of the Western Dharwar Craton (India) from igneous zircon U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotopes. Precambrian Research vol.302, p.33-49, - lien DOI.

    • Guitreau M., Mukasa S.B., Blichert-Toft J., Fahnestock M.F. (2016). Pikes Peak batholith (Colorado, USA) revisited: A SIMS and LA-ICP-MS study of zircon U–Pb ages combined with solution Hf isotopic compositions. Precambrian Research vol.280, p.179-194, - lien DOI.
    • Giacomoni P.P., Coltorti M., Bryce J.G., Fahnestock M.F., Guitreau M. (2016). Mt. Etna plumbing system revealed by combined textural, compositional, and thermobarometric studies in clinopyroxenes. Contribution to Mineralogy & Petrology vol.171, p.34, - lien DOI.

    • Martin H., Moyen J.F., Guitreau M., Blichert-Toft J., Le Pennec J.L. (2014). Why Archaean TTG cannot be generated by MORB melting in subduction zones. Lithos 198-199, 1-13. - lien DOI.
    Rang B et C :

    • Bruand E., Storey C., Fowler M., Antoine C., Guitreau M., et al. (2019). Trace elements in apatite and titanite : a new proxy to discriminate magma evolution ?. Goldschmidt 2019, Oral presentation, Barcelona, Spain, Aug 2019.
    • Bruand E., Storey C., Fowler M., Antoine C., Guitreau M., et al. (2019). Trace elements in apatite and titanite : a new proxy to discriminate magma evolution ?. Goldschmidt 2019, Oral presentation, Barcelona, Spain, Aug 2019.
    • Monteux J., Andrault D., Guitreau M., Samuel H., Demouchy S. (2019). The influence of the Earth’s early mantle viscosity on its cooling dynamics. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019.

    • Guitreau M., Paquette J.L., Gannoun A.M. (2018). Unveiling the Polyphase History of Ancient Zircons from the Napier Complex (Antarctica) with U-Pb and Lu-Hf Isotope Systematics. Goldschmidt Abstracts, Boston, 897.

    • Guitreau M., Mora N., Paquette J.L. (2017). Improving Accuracy on Ancient Zircon Crystallization Ages Using LA-ICP-MS Traverses: Example from the Acasta Gneisses. Goldschmidt Conference, Paris, 2017.

    • Guitreau M., Mukasa S.B., Loudin L., Sajeev K. (2016). Probing the igneous zircon record of the Western Dharwar craton, using U-Pb and Lu-Hf isotope systematics, to understand its early growth. Goldschmidt Conference Abstracts 1006.

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