12 published peer reviewed articles, h-Index = 8, Citations = 169

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  • Submitted articles (3)

Gresse M., T. Koyama, M Uyeshima, et al, Hydrothermal and magmatic plumbing system of Miyakejima volcano (Japan) inferred from magnetotellurics, self-potential, thermal image and seismicity, Under review, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth.

Revil A., Y. Qi, N. Panwar, M. Gresse, H. Grandis, R. Sharma, Y. Géraud, and N. Chibati. Induced polarization of volcanic rocks. 6. Imaging alteration in stratovolcanoes. Under Review, Geophysical Journal International

 Weller, D.J., Y. Aoki, N. Geshi, C.E. Conway, S. Sakata, A. Yasuda, M. Gresse, N. Hokanishi, Y. Harigane. Petrology, magma mixing, mush mobilization, and timescales of the 1874 A.D. Meiji. Eruption of Miyakejima, Japan.

  •  2021

Génuite, K., J-J. Delannoy, J-J. Bahain, M. Gresse, S. Jaillet, A. Philippe, E. Pons-Branchu, A. Revil, and P. Voinchet (2021), Dating the landscape evolution around the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc cave,
Nature Scientific Reports
, 11, 8944, [Download pdf]

Revil, A., Y. Qi, A. Ghorbani, M. Gresse, and D.M. Thomas (2021), Induced polarization of volcanic rocks. 5. Imaging the temperature field of volcanoes. Geophysical Journal International, ggab039,

  • 2019

Gailler, L., J. Kauahikaua, J.-F. Lénat, A. Revil, M. Gresse, A. Soueid Ahmed, N. Cluzel, G. Manthilake, L. Gurioli, A. Finizola, and E. Delcher (2019), 3D electrical conductivity imaging of Halema‘uma‘u lava lake (Kīlauea volcano),
J. Volcanol. Geoth. Res., 381, 185-192, [download pdf]

  • 2018

Revil, A, A. Ghorbani A, L. Gaillet, M. Gresse, R. Sharma, and N. Panwar (2018), Electrical conductivity and induced polarization investigations at Kilauea volcano, Hawaii,
J. Volcanol. Geoth. Res., 378, 31-50, [download pdf]

Gresse, M., J. Vandemeulebrouck, S. Byrdina, G. Chiodini, P. Roux, A. P. Rinaldi, M. Wathelet, T. Ricci, J. Letort, Z. Petrillo, P. Tuccimei, C. Lucchetti, and A. Sciarra (2018), Anatomy of a fumarolic system inferred from a multi-physics approach,
Nature Scientific Reports, (8), 7580. [download pdf]

  • 2017

Gresse, M., J. Vandemeulebrouck, S. Byrdina, A. Revil, T. C. Johnson, T. Ricci, G. Vilardo, T. Lebourg, J. Grangeon, P. Bascou, and L. Metral (2017), 3-D electrical resistivity tomography of the Solfatara crater (Italy): Implication for the multiphase flow structure of the shallow hydrothermal system,
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122(11), 8749-8768, [download pdf]

Lefèvre, J.-C., P.-Y. Gillot, C. Cardellini, M. Gresse, L. Lesage, G. Chiodini, and C. Oberlin (2017), Use of the radiocarbon activity deficit in the vegetation as a sensor of CO2 soil degasing: example from La Solfatara (Napoli, South Italy),
Radiocarbon, 1-12, [download pdf]

De Landro, G., V. Serlenga, G. Russo, O. Amoroso, G. Festa, P. P. Bruno, M. Gresse, J. Vandemeulebrouck, and A. Zollo (2017), 3D ultra-high resolution seismic imaging of shallow Solfatara crater in Campi Flegrei (Italy): New insights on deep hydrothermal fluid circulation processes,
Nature Scientific Reports, 7(1). [download pdf]

Montanaro, C., K. Mayer, R. Isaia, M. Gresse, B. Scheu, T. I. Yilmaz, J. Vandemeulebrouck, T. Ricci, and D. B. Dingwell (2017), Hydrothermal activity and subsoil complexity: implication for degassing processes at Solfatara crater, Campi Flegrei caldera,
Bulletin of Volcanology, 79(12), [download pdf]

  • 2016

Gresse, M., J. Vandemeulebrouck, S. Byrdina, G. Chiodini, and P. P. Bruno (2016), Changes in CO2 diffuse degassing induced by the passing of seismic waves,
J. Volcanol. Geoth. Res., 320, 12-18, [download pdf]

Serra, M., G. Festa, P. Roux, M. Gresse, J. Vandemeulebrouck, and A. Zollo (2016), A strongly heterogeneous hydrothermal area imaged by surface waves: the case of Solfatara, Campi Flegrei, Italy,
Geophysical Journal International 203(3), 1813-1822, [download pdf]

  • 2014

Byrdina, S., J. Vandemeulebrouck, C. Cardellini, A. Legaz, C. Camerlynck, G. Chiodini, T. Lebourg, M. Gresse, P. Bascou, G. Motos, A. Carrier, and S. Caliro (2014), Relations between electrical resistivity, carbon dioxide flux, and self-potential in the shallow hydrothermal system of Solfatara (Phlegrean Fields, Italy), J. Volcanol. Geoth. Res., 283, 172-182. [download pdf]

  • Ph.D. thesis

Seismic and electric imagery of the shallow hydrothermal system of Solfatara, Phlegrean Fields, Italy. Application to the modeling of hydrothermal system. Supervisors: Jean Vandemeulebrouck, Svetlana Byrdina & Philippe Roux.  Language:French/English [Download pdf]