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Work E-mail: ilheureu@uOttawa.ca
Dr. L'Heureux is interested in the theoretical modeling and numerical studies of nonlinear processes in geochemical systems. The phenomena includes reaction-transport studies in early diagenesis of aqueous sediments, coupling of the sediments to the water column, pattern formation in rocks and minerals, periodic precipitation patterns, oscillatory zoning, growth and nucleation of gas bubbles in magmatic systems, noise-induced phenomena. This study allows for a better understanding of, e.g., biogeochemical cycling in sediments, ore deposits conditions or the dynamics of volcanic eruptions.
- L'Heureux, I. The effect of volatile bubble growth rate on the periodic dynamics of shallow volcanic systems. Nonlin. Proc. Geophys. 17, 221-235, 2010
- Mogollon, J.M., L'Heureux, I., Dale, A.W., Regnier, P. Methane gas-phase dynamics in marine sediments: A model study. Am. J. Sci. 309, 189-220, 2009
- L'Heureux, I. A new model of volatile bubble growth in a magmatic system: Isobaric case. J. Geophys. Res. 112, B12208, 2007
- L'Heureux, I. Elimination of the intermediate colloidal product in models of periodic precipitation patterns. Phys. Lett. A 372, 3001-3009, 2008
- L'Heureux, I., Katsev, S. Oscillatory zoning in a (Ba,Sr)SO4 solid solution: Macroscopic and cellular automate models. Chem. Geol. 225, 230-243, 2006