Sandrine SERRE

Marine ecology

Université de Bretagne Occidentale


LEMAR Laboratory



I am a PhD student at the University of Western Brittany on the LAMNA project led by the Association pour l’Étude et la Connaissance des Sélaciens (APECS) of which LEMAR is a partner. I am studying the role of the coastal zone of Trégor-Goëlo in the life cycle of porbeagle females (Lamna nasus, Bonnaterre 1788). I am interested in the movements of individuals equipped with satellite tags as well as their trophic ecology through the composition of stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen.

Le Marchand, M., Lasram, F. B. R., Araignous, E., Saint-Beat, B., Lassalle, G., Michelet, N., Serre, S., Safi, G., Lejart, M., Niquil, N., & Le Loc’h, F. (2022). Potential combined impacts of climate change and non-indigenous species arrivals on Bay of Biscay trophic network structure and functioning. Journal of Marine Systems, 228, 103704. Cite
Cresson, P., Chouvelon, T., Bustamante, P., Banaru, D., Baudrier, J., Le Loc’h, F., Mauffret, A., Mialet, B., Spitz, J., Wessel, N., Briand, M. J., Denamiel, M., Doray, M., Guillou, G., Jadaud, A., Lazard, C., Prieur, S., Rouquette, M., Saraux, C., … Harmelin-Vivien, M. (2020). Primary production and depth drive different trophic structure and functioning of fish assemblages in French marine ecosystems. Progress in Oceanography, 186, 102343. fdi:010079433. Cite

Participation in research projects