Leanne Armand

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Leanne Armand was born on 1 February, 1968 in Australian. Discover Leanne Armand’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

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Age52 years old
Zodiac SignAquarius
Born1 February 1968
Birthday1 February
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NationalityAustralian

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Timeline of Leanne Armand

2017

Armand will be the first Chief Scientist to take the new Australian research ship RV Investigator to the Southern Ocean with a team of international researchers to investigate past glacial and interglacial conditions off the coast of Antarctica near the Totten Glacier, Sabrina Coast, East Antarctica, in 2017.

2009

Armand was employed in 2009 by Macquarie University, and joined the Climate Futures Centre of Research Excellence, Department of Biological Sciences at Macquarie University where she lectures in marine sciences and first year skills-based courses and heads a team of phytoplankton researchers and students. She is the Deputy Director of the MQ Marine Research Centre at Macquarie University. Armand participates in CSIRO’s Scientists in Schools program, sharing her experiences as a female research scientist.

2005

Armand was the first Australian recipient of the European Union’s Marie Curie Incoming Fellowship in 2005, where she spent three years studying at the Institut Méditerranéen d’ Océanographie, Université Aix-Marseille in collaboration with Prof. Bernard Quéguiner. Here she broadened her skill set to encompass the identification and distribution of living diatoms, through participation in the Kerguelen Island research mission (KEOPS) to understand natural iron-fertilisation of the oceans and the response stimulated in diatoms. As a result of this Fellowship Armand’s expertise cuts across the living, exported to fossil diatoms making her a unique researcher in the diatom community.

Armand received the Bigelow Laboratory’s Rose-Provasoli Award She was recipient of the European Union Incoming Marie Curie Fellowship (2005-2007) and the Australian Academy of Science’s Dorothy Hill award in 2007 for excellence in palaeoceanographic research.

1968

Leanne Armand (born February 1968) is a marine scientist and an expert in the identification of diatoms in the Southern Ocean. She is known for her contributions to the understanding of past Southern Ocean dynamics and sea ice as a result of her knowledge of diatom distributions and ecology.

Armand was born in February 1968 in Adelaide, South Australia. She spent a lot of time as a child at the nearby beaches, collecting seashells and using them to set up ‘museums’ at home along with other bits and pieces.