CRAMPON marc (BRGM, Orléans, FRANCE)

First Name: Marc

Name: Crampon

Position: Researcher


Institute / University / Company: BRGM

Research Unit: Geomicrobiology and Environmental Monitoring

Address (city, state): 3 avenue Claude Guillemin 45100 ORLEANS

Country: France

Please give 5 key-words showing your research / interest in Microbial Ecotoxicolgy:

  • Persistant Organic Pollutants
  • Bioremediation
  • PAHs
  • Contaminants ecotoxicity
  • Bioavailability

Main kinds of contaminant(s) of interest:

  • Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
  • chlorinated hydrocarbons (PCE and metabolites)
  • BTEX
  • pesticides (chlordecone)
  • Nanoparticles

Main kinds of microorganisms of interest:

  • Natural bacterial community in soils and groundwater
  • biosurfactant-producing bacteria
  • pollutant-degrading bacteria and fungi.

Main kinds of ecosystems of interest:

  • Contaminated soils
  • groundwater and sediments.

Do you give courses on Microbial Ecotoxicology ?: NO

Most relevant articles in the field of Microbial Ecotoxicology (max.5):

  • Crampon, M., Bodilis, J., and Portet-Koltalo, F. (2018a). Linking initial soil bacterial diversity and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) degradation potential. Journal of Hazardous Materials 359, 500-509. doi:
  • Crampon, M., Bureau, F., Akpa-Vinceslas, M., Bodilis, J., Machour, N., Le Derf, F., et al. (2014). Correlations between PAH bioavailability, degrading bacteria, and soil characteristics during PAH biodegradation in five diffusely contaminated dissimilar soils. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21(13), 8133-8145. doi: 10.1007/s11356-014-2799-6.
  • Crampon, M., Cébron, A., Portet-Koltalo, F., Uroz, S., Le Derf, F., and Bodilis, J. (2017). Low effect of phenanthrene bioaccessibility on its biodegradation in diffusely contaminated soil. Environmental Pollution 225, 663-673. doi:
  • Crampon, M., Hellal, J., Mouvet, C., Wille, G., Michel, C., Wiener, A., et al. (2018b). Do natural biofilm impact nZVI mobility and interactions with porous media? A column study. Science of The Total Environment 610–611, 709-719. doi:
  • Wille, G., Hellal, J., Ollivier, P., Richard, A., Burel, A., Jolly, L., et al. (2017). Cryo-Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM)-in-SEM for Bio- and Organo-Mineral Interface Characterization in the Environment. Microscopy and Microanalysis 23(6), 1159-1172. doi: 10.1017/S143192761701265X.

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