M. Vincent ROBIN
Maître de Conférences
Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Environnements Continentaux
UMR 7360 CNRS - Université de Lorraine

Campus Bridoux, Bât. IBISE, 8 rue du Général Delestraint
57070 METZ, FRANCE

Tel :       +33(0)3 72 74 90 07
e-mail : vincent.robin(@)univ-lorraine.fr

Thématiques de recherche

Thematic of researches

Vegetation history

Fire history

Forest ecology
Disturbances ecology
Human/environment interactions

Naturalness assessment

Historical pollutions

 

Methods

Charcoal analysis
Palynology
Dendroecology
Forest measurements


 
Projets en cours
https://vincentrobin.com/post-doc-research
 
Enseignements / Encadrements
Ecologie / Botanique / Conservation biologique / ...
 
Cursus / Carrière / Distinctions

Since 2015 (Sep.)

Lecturer at the Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Continental Environments (LIEC) of the University of Lorraine, at Metz (France)

2014 (Dec.)-2015 (July)

Invited postdoc at the Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry of the University of Padova (Italy), in collaboration with Dr. Emanuele Lingua.

2012-2014

Postdoc research at the Institute for Ecosystem research of the CAU Kiel, in the research program Holocene fire history in Northern Germany, inferred from peat and sediment charcoal records with various spatial resolution in selected areas of Schleswig-Holstein Funded by the German foundation of Research (DFG-Projekt NE970/9-1) to Dr. Oliver Nelle and Dr. Marie-Josée Nadeau.

2008-2011

PhD research  binational affiliation at the University of Kiel (Germany) & Aix-Marseille University (France). Granted by the graduate school Human Development in Landscapes of the Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany: Reconstruction of fire and forest history on several investigation sites in Germany, based on long and shortterm investigations  Multiproxy approaches contributing to naturalness assessment on a local scale."


 
Divers
Membre du conseil scientifique du PNR des Vosges du nord
 

Publications
  • Publications internationales

ROBIN V., NELLE O., TALON B., POSCHLOD P., SCHWARTZ D., BAL M.-C., ALLEE P., VERNET J.-L., DUTOIT T., 2018. A comparative review of soil charcoal data: Spatiotemporal patterns of origin and long-term dynamics of Western European nutrient-poor grasslands Holocene 28, 1313-1324.  [doi]

ROBIN V., NADEAU M.-J., GROOTES P.-M., BORK H.-R., NELLE O., 2016. Paleobotanical and climate data support the plausibility of temperate trees spread into central Europe during the Late Glacial New Phytologist 212 (1), 19-21.  [doi]

ROBIN V., NADEAU M.-J., GROOTES P.-M., BORK H.-R., NELLE O., 2016. Too early and too northerly: evidence of temperate trees in northern Central Europe during the Younger Dryas New Phytologist 212 (1), 259-268.  [doi]


 
Autres publications

2016

Robin V, Nadeau M-J, Grootes PM, Bork H-R, Nelle O. Paleobotanical and climate data support the plausibility of temperate trees spread into central Europe during the Late Glacial. New Phytologist 212, 19-21

Larsen A, Robin V, Fu Lling A, Larsen J, Bork H-R, 2016. The influence of historic land-use changes on hillslope erosion and sediment redistribution. The Holocene 26, 1248-1261

Robin V, Nadeau M-J, Grootes PM, Bork H-R, Nelle O. Too early and too northerly: evidence of temperate trees in northern Central Europe during the Younger Dryas. New Phytologist 212, 259-268

2015

Robin V, Talon B, Nelle O (Editorial). Charcoal: resource and ubiquitous proxy. Quaternary International 366, 1-2

2014

Contreras DA, Robin V,Gonda R, Hodara R, Dal Corso M, Makarewicz C. (Before and) After the flood: A multiproxy approach to past floodplain usage in the middle Wadi al-Hasa, Jordan. Journal of Arid Environments 110, 30-43

Robin V, Nelle O. Contribution to the reconstruction of central European fire history based on the soil charcoal analysis of study sites in northern and central Germany. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 23, 51-65

Robin V, Bork H-R, Nadeau M-J, Nelle O. Fire and forest history of central EUropean low mountain forest sites based on soil charcoal analysis  the case of the eastern Harz. The Holocene 24, 35-47

Sadovnik M, Robin V, Nadeau M-J, Bork H-R, Nelle O. Neolithic human impact on landscapes related to megalithic structures: palaeoecological evidence from the Krähenberg, northern Germany. Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 164-173

2013

Robin V, Knapp H, Rickert B-H, Talon B, & Nelle O. Comparaison de signaux anthracologiques Holocènes issus de différents types darchives en Allemagne : vers une reconstitution plus précise de lhistoire des incendies ? Quaternaire 24, 167-177

Förster F, Großmann R, Hinz M, Iwe K, Kinkel H, Larsen A, Lungershausen U, Matarese C, Meurer P, Nelle O, Robin V, Teichmann M. Towards mutual understanding within interdisciplinary palaeoenvironmental research: An exemplary analysis of the term landscape. Quaternary International 312, 4-11

Nelle O, Robin V, Talon B. Pedoanthracology: Analysing soil charcoal to study Holocene palaeoenvironments, Quaternary International 289, 1-4

Jansen D, Lungershausen U, Robin V, Dannath Y, Nelle O. Wood charcoal from an inland dune complex at Joldelund (Northern Germany). Information on Holocene vegetation and landscape changes. Quaternary International 289, 24-35

Robin V, Knapp H, Bork H-R, Nelle O. Fire history assessment at the local scale: complementary usage of pedoanthracology and macro-charcoal analysis  illustration from Central Germany. Quaternary International 289, 78-87

Robin V, Talon B, Nelle O. Pedoanthracological contribution to forest naturalness assessment. Quaternary International 289, 10-15

Knapp H, Robin V, Kirleis W, Nelle O. Woodland history in the upper Harz Mountains revealed by kiln site, soil sediment and peat charcoal analyses. Quaternary International 289, 88-100

Lubos CC, Dreibrodt S, Robin V, Nelle O, Khamnueva S, Richling I, Bultmann U, Bork H-R. Settlement and environmental history of a multilayered settlement mound in Niederröblingen (Germany)- a multi-proxy approach. Journal of Archaeological Science 40, 7998

2012

Robin V, Rickert B-H, Nadeau M-J, Nelle O. Assessing Holocene vegetation and fire history by a multiproxy approach: the case of Stodthagen Forest (Northern Germany). The Holocene 22, 337-346