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Laboratoire des Fluides Complexes et leurs Réservoirs (LFCR)
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Nicolas BeaudoinEnseignant Chercheur - chaire junior E2S

  • Parcours
  • Responsabilités
  • Thèmes de recherche
  • Publications

Parcours

2018- : Enseignant-Chercheur, Chaire junior E2S, LFCR, Université Pau et Pays de l'Adour, France 

2015-2018: Research Associate - Oil and Gas Innovation Centre XCT Instrument, University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde, UK

2013 - 2015 : Marie Curie Experienced Researcher au sein de l'ITN FlowTrans, School of Geographical and Earth Sciences, University of Glasgow, UK

2012 - 2013 : ATER, UPMC PARIS 6, Paris, France

2009 - 2012 : Doctorant-moniteur, ISTeP, Université Pierre et Marie Curie : « Circulations de fluides et déformation cassante au front des Rocheuses : étude intégrée du Bassin du Bighorn, Wyoming, USA.». Jury: Mark P. Fischer (Northern Illinois U. rapporteur), Rudy Swennen (K Leuven U., rapporteur), Antonio Benedicto (Areva, examinateur), Jean-Paul Callot (UPPA, examinateur), Michel Sébrier (UPMC, examinateur) Jacques Pironon (U. de Lorraine), Olivier Lacombe (Directeur, UPMC), Nicolas Bellahsen (Co-directeur, UPMC), Laurent Emmanuel (Co-directeur, UPMC)

2009 : Master Géosciences, Géomateriaux, spécialité Lithosphese, Bassin, Pétrole,  Université Pierre et Marie Curie, IFPEN, et Mines ParisTech (Paris, France)

Responsabilités

Responsable Séminaire IPRA

Thèmes de recherche

• Reconstruction et évolution des contraintes dans les chaînes plissées et avant-pays (Paléopiezométrie des structures à méso/micro échelle)


• Processus dynamique de la fracturation et de la pression solution.


• Migrations de fluides minéralisateurs pendant la déformation dans le domaine cassant et i
mpact de la tectonique de socle sur les migrations de fluides dans les bassins sédimentaires


• Cinématique et mécanisme du plissement dans la croûte supérieure


• Rôle des fluides dans les transformations minéralogiques et impact sur la réponse mécanique des roches

 

Publications

2018

(15) Beaudoin, N., Hamilton, A., Koehn, D., Shipton, Z.K. and Kelka, U., 2018. Reaction-induced porosity fingering: replacement dynamic and porosity evolution in the KBr-KCl system. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 232, pp.163-180.

(14) Beaudoin, N. and Lacombe, O., 2018. Recent and future trends in paleopiezometry in the diagenetic domain: Insights into the tectonic paleostress and burial depth history of fold-and-thrust belts and sedimentary basins. Journal of Structural Geology.

(13) Vasconcelos, R.G., Beaudoin, N., Hamilton, A., Hyatt, N.C., Provis, J.L. and Corkhill, C.L., 2018. Characterisation of a high pH cement backfill for the geological disposal of nuclear waste: The Nirex Reference Vault Backfill. Applied Geochemistry, 89, pp.180-189

2017

(12) Kelka, U., Veveakis, M., Koehn, D. and Beaudoin, N., 2017. Zebra rocks: compaction waves create ore deposits. Scientific reports, 7(1), p.14260.

(11) Dempster, T.J., La Piazza, J., Taylor, A.G., Beaudoin, N. and Chung, P., 2017. Chemical and textural equilibration of garnet during amphibolite facies metamorphism: The influence of coupled dissolution–reprecipitation. Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 35(9), pp.1111-1130.

2016

(10) Koehn, D., Rood, M.P., Beaudoin, N., Chung, P., Bons, P.D. and Gomez-Rivas, E., 2016. A new stylolite classification scheme to estimate compaction and local permeability variations. Sedimentary Geology, 346, pp.60-71.

(9) Beaudoin, N., Koehn, D., Lacombe, O., Lecouty, A., Billi, A., Aharonov, E. and Parlangeau, C., 2016. Fingerprinting stress: Stylolite and calcite twinning paleopiezometry revealing the complexity of progressive stress patterns during folding—The case of the Monte Nero anticline in the Apennines, Italy. Tectonics, 35(7), pp.1687-1712.

2015

(8) Kelka, U., Koehn, D. and Beaudoin, N., 2015. Zebra pattern in rocks as a function of grain growth affected by second-phase particles. Frontiers in Physics, 3, p.74.

(7) Beaudoin, N., Huyghe, D., Bellahsen, N., Lacombe, O., Emmanuel, L., Mouthereau, F. and Ouanhnon, L., 2015. Fluid systems and fracture development during syn-depositional fold growth: An example from the Pico del Aguila anticline, Sierras Exteriores, southern Pyrenees, Spain. Journal of Structural Geology, 70, pp.23-38.

2014

(6) Beaudoin, N., Lacombe, O., Bellahsen, N., Amrouch, K. and Daniel, J.M., 2014. Evolution of pore-fluid pressure during folding and basin contraction in overpressured reservoirs: insights from the Madison–Phosphoria carbonate formations in the Bighorn Basin (Wyoming, USA). Marine and Petroleum Geology, 55, pp.214-229.

(5) Beaudoin, N., Bellahsen, N., Lacombe, O., Emmanuel, L. and Pironon, J., 2014. Crustal‐scale fluid flow during the tectonic evolution of the Bighorn Basin (Wyoming, USA). Basin Research, 26(3), pp.403-435.

2013

(4) Beaudoin, N., Lacombe, O., Bellahsen, N. and Emmanuel, L., 2013. Contribution of studies of sub-seismic fracture populations to paleo-hydrological reconstructions (Bighorn Basin, USA). Procedia Earth and Planetary Science, 7, pp.57-60.

2012

(3) Beaudoin, N., Leprêtre, R., Bellahsen, N., Lacombe, O., Amrouch, K., Callot, J.P., Emmanuel, L. and Daniel, J.M., 2012. Structural and microstructural evolution of the Rattlesnake Mountain Anticline (Wyoming, USA): new insights into the Sevier and Laramide orogenic stress build-up in the Bighorn Basin. Tectonophysics, 576, pp.20-45.

2011

(2) Amrouch, K., Beaudoin, N., Lacombe, O., Bellahsen, N. and Daniel, J.M., 2011. Paleostress magnitudes in folded sedimentary rocks. Geophysical Research Letters, 38(17), L17301.

(1) Beaudoin, N., Bellahsen, N., Lacombe, O. and Emmanuel, L., 2011. Fracture‐controlled paleohydrogeology in a basement‐cored, fault‐related fold: Sheep Mountain Anticline, Wyoming, United States. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 12(6), Q06011.