This section lists all publications by Damien Cardinal. Citation metrics can be found on my Researcher ID or on my Scholar Google

Peer-reviewed published or in press

[57] Grasse P., M. A. Brzezinski, D. Cardinal, G. F. de Souza (main authors) et al., 2017. GEOTRACES Intercalibration of the Stable Silicon Isotope Composition of Dissolved Silicic Acid in Seawater. J. Anal. At. Spectrom, 32, 562-578.

[56] Closset I., D. Cardinal, F. Thil, M. Rembauville, S. Blain, 2016. Unveiling the Si cycle using isotopes in an iron fertilized zone of the Southern Ocean: from mixed layer supply to export. Biogeosciences, 13, 6049-6066.

[55] Delvigne C., S. Opfergelt, D. Cardinal, A. Hofmann, L. André, 2016. Desilication in Archean weathering processes traced by silicon isotopes and Ge/Si ratios. Chemical Geology, 420, 139-147.

[54] Cavagna A.J., F. Fripiat, M. Elskens, F. Dehairs, P. Mangion, L. Chirurgien, I. Closset, M. Lasbleiz, L. Flores-Leiva, D. Cardinal, K. Leblanc, C. Fernandez, D. Lefèvre, L. Oriol, S. Blain and B. Quéguiner, 2015. Production regime and associated N cycling in the vicinity of Kerguelen Island area, Southern Ocean. Biogeosciences, 12, 6515-6528.

[53] Closset I., D. Cardinal, S. Bray, F. Thil, I. Djouraev, A. S. Rigual-Hernandez, T.W. Trull, 2015. Seasonal variations, origin and fate of settling diatoms in the Southern Ocean tracked by silicon isotope records in deep sediment traps. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 29, 1495-1510.

[52] Mawji E. and The GEOTRACES group, 2015. The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2014. Marine Chemistry, 177, 1-8.

[51] Jacquet, S. H. M., Dehairs, F., Cavagna, A. J., Planchon, F., Monin, L., André, L., Closset, I., and Cardinal, D., 2015. Early season mesopelagic carbon remineralization and transfer efficiency in the naturally iron-fertilized Kerguelen area, Biogeosciences, 12, 1713-1731.

[50] Closset, I., Lasbleiz, M., Leblanc, K., Quéguiner, B., Cavagna, A.-J., Elskens, M., Navez, J., and Cardinal, D., 2014. Seasonal evolution of net and regenerated silica production around a natural Fe-fertilized area in the Southern Ocean estimated from Si isotopic approaches, Biogeosciences, 11, 5827-5846.

[49] Panizzo V., J. Crespin, X. Crosta, A. Shemesh, G. Massé, R. Yam, N. Mattielli, D. Cardinal, 2014. Sea ice diatom contributions to Holocene nutrient utilization in East Antarctica. Paleoceanography, 29, 328-342.

[48] Hughes H.J., F. Sondag, R.V. Santos, L. André and D. Cardinal, 2013. The riverine silicon isotope composition of the Amazon Basin. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 121, 637-651.

[47] Delvaux C., Cardinal D. (co-lead author), Carbonnel V., Chou L., Hughes H.J., André L., 2013. Controls on riverine δ30Si signatures in a temperate watershed under high anthropogenic pressure (Scheldt – Belgium). Journal of Marine Systems, 128, 40-51.

[46] Planchon F., A.-J. Cavagna, D. Cardinal, L. André, F. Dehairs, 2013. Late summer particulate organic carbon export and twilight zone remineralisation in the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean. Biogeosciences, 10, 803-820.

[45] de Brauwere A., F. Fripiat, D. Cardinal, A.-J. Cavagna, F. De Ridder, L. André, M. Elskens, 2012. Isotopic model of oceanic silicon cycling: the Kerguelen Plateau case study. Deep-Sea Research I, 70, 42-59.

[44] Delvigne C., D. Cardinal, A. Hofmann, L. André, 2012. Stratigraphic changes of Ge/Si, REE/Y and silicon isotopes as insights into the deposition of a Mesoarchaean banded iron formation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 355-356, 109-118.

[43] Fripiat F., A.-J. Cavagna, F. Dehairs, A. de Brauwere, L. André and D. Cardinal, 2012. Processes controlling the Si-isotopic composition in the Southern Ocean and application for paleoceanography. Biogeosciences 9, 2443-2457.

[42] Hughes H.J., S. Bouillon, L. André and D. Cardinal 2012. The effects of weathering variability and anthropogenic pressures upon silicon cycling in an intertropical watershed (Tana River, Kenya). Chemical Geology, 308-309, 18-25.

[41] Fripiat, F., Cavagna, A.-J., Dehairs, F., Speich, S., André, L., and Cardinal, D., 2011. Silicon pool dynamics and biogenic silica export in the Southern Ocean inferred from Si-isotopes. Ocean Science, 7, 533-547

[40] Fripiat F., K. Leblanc, A.-J. Cavagna, M. Elskens, L. Armand, and D. Cardinal, 2011. Efficient silicon recycling in summer in both the Polar Frontal and Subantarctic Zones of the Southern Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 435:47-61.

[39] Hughes H., C. Delvigne, M. Korntheuer, J.D.J. de Jong, L. André, D. Cardinal, 2011. Controlling the mass bias introduced by anionic and organic matrices in silicon isotopic measurements by MC-ICP-MS. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 26, 1892-1896.

[38] André L. and D. Cardinal, 2011. Silicon isotopes. In: Encyclopedia of Astrobiology (Chief editor: M. Gargaud), Springer, 1st Edition, XLIV, 1511-1514.

[37] Hughes H. J., F. Sondag, C. Cocquyt, A. Laraque, A. Pandi, L. André, D. Cardinal, 2011. Effect of seasonal biogenic silica variations on dissolved silicon fluxes and isotopic signatures in the Congo River. Limnology and Oceanography, 56, 551-561.

[36] Abraham K., Hofmann A., Foley S.F., Cardinal D., Harris C., Barth M. and André L., 2011. Coupled silicon–oxygen isotope fractionation traces Archaean silicification. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 301, 222-230.

[35] Cavagna A.-J., F. Fripiat, F. Dehairs, D. Wolf-Gladrow, N. Savoye, L. André and D. Cardinal, 2011. Silicon uptake and supply during a Southern Ocean iron fertilization experiment (EIFEX) tracked by Si isotopes. Limnology and Oceanography, 56, 147-160.

[34] Fripiat F., A.-J. Cavagna, L. André, N. Savoye, F. Dehairs, and D. Cardinal, 2011. Isotopic constraints on the Si-biogeochemical cycle of the Antarctic Zone in the Kerguelen area (KEOPS). Marine Chemistry, 123, 11-22.

[33] Jacquet S., F. Dehairs, I. Dumont, S. Becquevort, A.-J. Cavagna and D. Cardinal, 2011. Twilight zone organic carbon remineralization in the Polar Front Zone and Subantarctic Zone south of Tasmania. Deep-Sea Research II, 58, 2222-2234.

[32] Cardinal D., J. Gaillardet, H.J. Hughes, S. Opfergelt and L. André, 2010. Contrasted silicon isotopes signatures in rivers from the Congo Basin and the specific behaviour of organic-rich waters. Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L12403.

[31] Cornelis J.-T., Delvaux B., Cardinal D., André L., Ranger J., Opfergelt S., 2010 Tracing mechanisms controlling the release of dissolved silicon in forest soil solutions using Si isotopes and Ge/Si ratios. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 74, 3913-392.

[30] Opfergelt S., Cardinal D., André L., Delvigne C., Brémond L. and Delvaux B., 2010. Variations of δ30Si and Ge/Si with weathering and biogenic input in tropical basaltic ash soils under monoculture. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 74, 225-240.

[29] Opfergelt S., de Bournonville G., Cardinal D., André L., Delstanche S. and Delvaux B., 2009. Impact of soil weathering degree on silicon isotopic fractionation during adsorption onto iron oxides in basaltic ash soils, Cameroon. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 73, 7226-7240.

[28] Delvigne C., Opfergelt S., Cardinal D., Delvaux B., André L, 2009. Distinct silicon and germanium pathways in the soil-plant system: evidence from banana and horsetails. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 114, G02013.

[27] Fripiat F., R. Corvaisier, J. Navez, M. Elskens, V. Schoemann, K. Leblanc, L. André, and D. Cardinal, 2009. Measuring production-dissolution rates of marine biosilica determined by 30Si isotope dilution using a high resolution sector field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer (HR-SF-ICP-MS). Limnology and Oceanography – Methods, 7, 470-478.

[26] Delstanche S., S. Opfergelt, D. Cardinal, F. Elsass, L. André and B. Delvaux, 2009. Silicon isotopic fractionation during adsorption of aqueous monosilicic acid onto iron oxide. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta, 73, 923-934.

[25] Opfergelt S., Delvaux B., André L., Cardinal D., 2008. Plant silicon isotopic signature might reflect soil weathering degree. Biogeochemistry, 91, 163-175.

[24] Abraham K., S. Opfergelt , F. Fripiat, A.-J. Cavagna, J.D.J. De Jong, S. Foley, L. André, and D. Cardinal, 2008. d30Si and d29Si determinations on USGS BHVO-1 and BHVO-2 reference materials via new configuration on Nu Plasma Multi-Collector ICP-MS. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research, 32, 193-202.

[23] Jacquet S.H.M., D. Cardinal, N. Savoye, I. Obernosterer, U. Christaki, C. Monnin and F. Dehairs, 2008. Mesopelagic organic carbon mineralization in the Kerguelen Plateau region tracked by biogenic particulate Ba. Deep-Sea Research II, 55, 868-879.

[22] Jacquet S.H.M, F. Dehairs, N. Savoye, I. Vöge, V.H. Strass and D. Cardinal, 2008. Mesopelagic carbon mineralization during the European Iron Fertilization Experiment (EIFEX). Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 22, GB1023.

[21] Jacquet S.H.M., J. Henjes, F. Dehairs, A. Worebiec, N. Savoye and D. Cardinal, 2007. Particulate Ba-barite and acantharians in the Southern Ocean during the European Iron Fertilization Experiment (EIFEX). Journal Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 112, G04006.

[20] Kopczynska E., N. Savoye, F. Dehairs, D. Cardinal and M. Elskens, 2007. Spring phytoplankton assemblages in the Southern Ocean between Australia and Antarctica. Polar Biology, 31, 77-88.

[19] Jacquet S.H.M., F. Dehairs, M. Elskens, N. Savoye and D. Cardinal, 2007. Barium cycling along WOCE SR3 line in the Southern Ocean. Marine Chemistry, 106, 33-45.

[18] Cardinal D., N. Savoye, T.W. Trull, F. Dehairs, E..E. Kopczynska, F. Fripiat, J.-L. Tison and L. André, 2007. Silicon isotopes in spring Southern Ocean diatoms: large zonal changes despite homogeneity among size fractions. Marine Chemistry, 106, 46-62.

[17] Reynolds B.C., J. Aggarwal, L. André, D. Baxter, C. Beucher, M. A. Brzezinski, E. Engström, R. B. Georg, M. Land, M.J. Leng, S. Opfergelt, I. Rodushkin, H.J. Sloane, S.H.J.M. van den Boorn, P.Z. Vroon, and D. Cardinal, 2007. An inter-laboratory comparison of Si isotope reference materials. Journal of Analytical Atomic Mass Spectrometry, 22, 561-568.

[16] Fripiat F., D. Cardinal, J.-L. Tison, A. Worby and L. André, 2007. Diatom-induced silicon isotopic fractionation in Antarctic sea ice. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 112, G02001.

[15] Opfergelt S., D. Cardinal, C. Henriet, X. Draye, L. André and B. Delvaux, 2006. Silicon isotopic fractionation by banana (Musa spp.) grown in a continuous nutrient flow device. Plant and Soil, 285, 333-345.

[14] André L., D. Cardinal, L. Alleman and S. Moorbath, 2006. Silicon isotopes in a ~3.8 Ga West Greenland rocks as clues to the Eoarchaean supracrustal Si cycle. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 245, 162-173.

[13] Opfergelt S., D. Cardinal, C. Henriet, L. André and B. Delvaux, 2006. Stem-leaf silicon isotope fractionation in banana: in situ vs. in vitro. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 88, 224-227.

[12] Alleman L.Y., D. Cardinal, C. Cocquyt, P.-D. Plisnier, J.-P. Descy, I. Kimirei, D. Sinyianza and L. André, 2005. Silicon isotopic fractionation in Lake Tanganyika and its main tributaries. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 31, 509-519.

[11] Jacquet S.H.M., F. Dehairs, D. Cardinal, J. Navez and B. Delille, 2005. Barium distribution across the Southern Ocean frontal system in the Crozet-Kerguelen Basin. Marine Chemistry, 95, 149-162.

[10] Cardinal D., L.Y. Alleman, F. Dehairs, N. Savoye, T.W. Trull and L. André, 2005. Relevance of silicon isotopes to Si-nutrient utilization and Si source assessment in Antarctic waters. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19, GB2007.

[9] Cardinal D., N. Savoye, T.W. Trull, L. André, E.E. Kopczynska and F. Dehairs, 2005. Variations of carbon remineralisation in the Southern Ocean illustrated by the Baxs proxy. Deep-Sea Research Part I, 52, 355-370.

[8] Carignan J., D. Cardinal, A. Eisenhauer, A. Galy, M. Rehkämper, F. Wombacher and N. Vigier, 2004. A reflection on Mg, Cd, Ca, Li and Si isotopic measurements and related reference materials. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research (Geostandards Newsletters), 28:1, 139-148.

[7] Savoye N., F. Dehairs, M. Elskens, D. Cardinal, E.E. Kopczyñska, T.W. Trull, S. Wright, W. Baeyens and F. B. Griffiths, 2004a. Regional variation of spring N-uptake and New Production in the Southern Ocean. Geophysical Research Letters, 31:3, L03301.

[6] Savoye N., K.O. Buesseler, D. Cardinal, and F. Dehairs, 2004b. 234Th deficit and excess in the Southern Ocean during spring 2001: particle export and mineralization. Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L12301.

[5] Cardinal D., L.Y. Alleman, J. De Jong, K. Ziegler and L. André, 2003. Isotopic composition of silicon measured by multicollector plasma source mass spectrometry in dry plasma mode. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 18, 213-218.

[4] Cardinal D., F. Dehairs, T. Cattaldo and L. André, 2001. Geochemistry of suspended particles in the Subantarctic and Polar Front Zones south of Australia: Constraints on export and advection processes. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 106, 31,637-31,656.

[3] Ribaud-Laurenti A., B. Hamelin, L. Montaggioni and D. Cardinal, 2001. Diagenesis and its impact on Sr/Ca ratio in Holocene Acropora corals. International Journal of Earth Sciences (Geol. Rundsch.), 90, 438-451.

[2] Cardinal D., B. Hamelin, E. Bard and J. Pätzold, 2001. Sr/Ca, U/Ca and d18O records in recent massive corals from Bermuda: Relationships with Sea Surface Temperatures. Chemical Geology, 176, 213-233.

[1] Purnachandra Rao V., S. W. A. Naqvi, M. Dileep Kumar, D. Cardinal, A. Michard, D. V. Borole, E. Jacobs and R. Natarajan, 2000. A comparative study of Pleistocene phosphorites from the continental slope off western India. Sedimentology, 47, 945-960.

Other communications, book chapters and reports


[X] Quéguiner B., Leblanc K., Cornet-Barthaux V., Armand L., Fripiat F., and Cardinal D., 2011: Using a new fluorescent probe of silicification to measure species-specific activities of diatoms under varying environmental conditions. Global Change: Mankind-Marine Environment Interactions, Proceedings of the 13th French-Japanese Oceanography Symposium (Ceccaldi H.-J., Dekeyser I., Girault M., and Stora G., Eds.), Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York, pp. 283-287.

[IX] Cardinal D., 2008. Etude des cycles biogéochimiques du carbone et du silicium par une approche multi-traceurs. Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, 154pp.

[VIII] Lipiatou E. and D. Cardinal, 2007. European research on climate change: Focus on the polar regions. Ecsite Newsletter (European network of science centres and museums), 72, 6-7.

[VII] Cardinal D. and E. Lipiatou (guest editors), 2007. European research: Focusing on polar changes. CORDIS focus thematic supplement No 25,ISSN 1725-6658, 45000 issues, 48 pp.

[VI] Cardinal D. and E. Lipiatou (editors), 2007. Polar environment and climate: the challenges. European research in the context of the International Polar Year. Conference Proceedings, Climate Change and Natural Hazards Series # 11, ISBN 92-79-06278-0, EUR 22965, 197pp.

[V] Vangelsten B., D. Cardinal and R. Casale (editors), 2007. Polar environment and climate. Results and information from FP5 and FP6 projects. Climate Change and Natural Hazards Series # 6, ISBN 92-79-02944-4, EUR 22415, 179pp.

[IV] Dehairs F. et al., 2006. Assessing the sensitivity of the Southern Ocean’s biological carbon pump to climate change. In: Scientific results of the Second Belgian Support Plan for a Sustainable Development Policy. Published and edited by Belgian Science Policy. 130pp.

[III] Wollast R., J.-P. Vanderborght et al., 2005. The role of the ocean in global change. In: Belgian global change research 1990-2002: Assessment and integration report. Main editors: G. den Ouden and M. Vanderstraeten, Belgian Science Policy, pp 111-134.

[II] Dehairs F. et al., 2003. An integrated approach to assess carbon dynamics in the Southern Ocean. In: Scientific results of the Belgian Scientific Research Programme on the Antarctic – Phase 4 (1997-2001): Vol. I: Marine Biota and Global Change. Published and edited by Belgian Science Policy, 135pp.

[I] Cardinal D., 1996. Reconstitution des paléoenvironnements océaniques par l’analyse des éléments en traces (Cd, Sr, U) dans les carbonates de coraux et de foraminifères planctoniques. Thèse de doctorat en sciences, Université Aix-Marseille III, 203pp.