NOLIN Alexandre Florent 

University of Arizona, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Forest Research Institute
Universté du Québec à Montréal, Centre for Forest Research


Postdoc at the University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research (LTRR)

External Resource at the University of Québec Forest Research Institute (UQAT) 


My research focuses on the development of multi-century chronologies of annually resolved tree-ring proxies to reconstruct paleodischarges and climate in boreal river watersheds. I particularly explore how novel applications of flood records from tree rings and quantitative wood anatomy can improve our understanding of paleofloods and their climatic drivers to improve the regional hydroclimatic predictive trajectories in the context of climate change. Since 2023 I’m involved in a project using bristlecone pine from the Rio Grande Headwaters region (Southwestern USA) to develop a temperature reconstruction spanning 2000+ years, augmented with updated and new hydroclimate reconstructions, in order to evaluate long-term, regional temperature and hydroclimate relationships. My other research interests include riparian and inland forest ecology and remote sensing.


    • Dendrochronology & Quantitative Wood Anatomy
    • Hydrology, Flood & Drought
    • Climate variability & Change
    • Forest Ecology & Riparian Forests
    • Emerald Ash Borer


Postdoctoral Research Associate (LTRR), since 2023
Reconstructing Southern Rocky Mountains Warm Season Temperature for the Past 2000 Years  

Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences, 2022 
University of Québec (UQAT) 

Reconstruction of discharge and high spring water levels in the Abitibi River basin, eastern boreal Canada, for the last 250 years and projections of potential effects from climate change. 

M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences, 2016
Sorbonne Université (Paris VI) 
B.Sc. in Forest conservation, 2014
Université de Tours 
ATA in Water management, 2012 
ATA in Forest management, 2010