the takuvik


Département de Biologie /
Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon
1045, av. de la Médecine, local 2064
Université Laval
Québec (Québec) G1V 0A6
Phone : +1 418 656 2131 ext. 4880


Florent Domine

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Senior scientist
Snow physics, permafrost thermal regime, Arctic climate, snow-vegetation-permafrost interactions

Phone : 418-656-2131 ext. 7387
Fax : 418-656-2339

Professional experiences:

  • 2011-present. Senior Scientist (Directeur de Recherche) CNRS, Takuvik joint International Laboratory, Université Laval, Québec, Canada. Snow-permafrost-vegetation-climate interactions.
  • 2003-2004. Visiting Professor, University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA. Snow metamorphism, snow physics, snow-climate interactions, air-snow interactions.
  • 1998-2011. Senior Scientist (Directeur de Recherche) CNRS, Glaciology Laboratory, Grenoble, France. Snow physics, snow chemistry, snow atmosphere and snow-climate interactions.
  • 1996-1997. Research engineer, Elf exploration Production, Pau, France. Cycling of organic compounds in sedimentary basins.
  • 1991-1996. Research Scientist (Chargé de Recherche) CNRS, Glaciology Laboratory, Grenoble, France. Laboratory measurements of gas-ice interactions, ice physics.
  • 1987-1990. Research Associate, Aeronomy Laboratory, NOAA, Boulder, Colorado, USA. Atmospheric chemistry of biogenic sulfur compounds.
  • 1983-1987. Research Scientist (Chargé de Recherche) Geology Laboratory, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris. Cycling of organic compounds in sedimentary basins.

1987-1990 Post Doc in Atmospheric Chemistry, NOAA Boulder1987-1990

1987 Ph.D. Organic geochemistry, University of Paris.

1983 M.Sc. Chemical Physics, University of Paris.

1980 B.Sc. Earth Sciences, University of Paris.

1979-1983: Student at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris.

Research Interests:

Snow physics: Snow is a key actor in the Earth's climate system because it is the Earth's surface with the highest albedo. Snow albedo is determined by impurities such as black and brown carbon or mineral dust that absorb in the visible range of the solar spectrum, and by the size of snow grains, which determine light scattering at all wavelengths. To quantify light scattering by snow, the actual variable to consider is snow specific surface area (SSA), i.e. the snow crystal surface are by unit mass, expressed in m2 kg-1. We have pioneered novel methods to measure snow SSA, most recently based on infrared reflectance, and have built systems now manufactured under licence Data are used for energy budgets and climate applications. Other studies of interest include the microphysics of snow metamorphism, and the study of the thermal conductivity of snow, which determines snow temperature and the heat flow between the ground and the atmosphere.
Snow-climate-permafrost-vegetation interactions: Snow impacts climate, but climatic conditions determine snow physical properties, so that there are snow climate feedbacks. Snow physical properties, and in particular its thermal conductivity, are also affected by the type of vegetation. Shrubs and trees protect snow from wind action, reducing its density and its thermal conductivity, so that snow in regions with high vegetation strongly insulates the ground. This limits winter ground cooling and accelerates permafrost thawing, so that there are complex feedbacks between snow, climate vegetation and permafrost that we are studying.
Snow chemistry: The amounts and types of impurities present in snow determine light absorption in the visible and therefore snow albedo. Besides particles of various types, absorbers include H2O2 and the nitrate ion, NO3-. Absorbing species can generate chemically active radicals such as OH, which initiate active photochemistry in the snowpack. This leads to the emission to the atmosphere of highly reactive species such as formaldehyde (HCHO), nitrogen oxides (NO + NO2) and halogens (Br2 and BrCl). These latter molecules start oxidation cycles in the polar atmosphere, that lead to high rates of mercury deposition and to rapid ozone destruction.


F. Domine, M. Barrere, S. Morin (2016) The growth of shrubs on high Arctic tundra at Bylot Island: impact on snow physical properties and permafrost thermal regime, Biogeosciences discussions, doi:10.5194/bg-2016-3.

F. Domine, M. Barrere, D. Sarrazin, S. Morin, L. Arnaud (2015) Automatic monitoring of the effective thermal conductivity of snow in a low-Arctic shrub tundra, The Cryosphere, 9, 1265-1276. doi: 10.5194/tc-9-1265-2015

J.-C. Gallet, F. Domine, J. Savarino, M. Dumont, and E. Brun (2014) The growth of sublimation crystals and surface hoar on the Antarctic plateau, The Cryosphere, 8, 1205-1215. doi: 10.5194/tc-8-1205-2014

J.-C. Gallet, F. Domine, and M. Dumont (2014) Measuring the specific surface area of wet snow using 1310 nm reflectance, The Cryosphere, 8, 1139-1148. doi: 10.5194/tc-8-1139-2014

C.M. Carmagnola, S. Morin, M. Lafaysse, F. Domine, B. Lesaffre, Y. Lejeune, G. Picard, L. Arnaud (2014) Implementation and evaluation of prognostic representations of the optical diameter of snow in the SURFEX/ISBA-Crocus detailed snowpack model, The Cryosphere, 8, 417-437. doi: 10.5194/tc-8-417-2014

T. Bartels-Rausch, H.-W. Jacobi, T. F. Kahan, J. L. Thomas, E. S. Thomson, J. P. D. Abbatt, M. Ammann, J. R. Blackford, H. Bluhm, C. Boxe, F. Domine, M. M. Frey, I. Gladich, M. I. Guzmán, D. Heger, Th. Huthwelker, P. Klán, W. F. Kuhs, M. H. Kuo, S. Maus, S. G. Moussa, V. F. McNeill, J. T. Newberg, J. B. C. Pettersson, M. Roeselová, and J. R. Sodeau (2014) Relationship between snow microstructure and physical and chemical processes, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14, 1587-1633. doi:10.5194/acp-14-1587-2014

P. Wright, M. Bergin, J. Dibb, B. Lefer, F. Domine, T. Carman, C. Carmagnola, M. Dumont, Z. Courville, C. Schaaf, Z. Wang (2014) Comparing MODIS daily snow albedo to spectral albedo field measurements in Central Greenland, Remote Sensing of Environment, 140, 118-129. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2013.08.044.

F. Domine, S. Morin, E. Brun, M. Lafaysse, C.M. Carmagnola (2013) Seasonal evolution of snow permeability under equi-temperature and temperature-gradient conditions, The Cryosphere, 7, 1915–1929, doi:10.5194/tc-7-1915-2013.

O. Lecomte, T. Fichefet, M. Vancoppenolle, F. Domine, F. Massonnet, P. Mathiot, S. Morin, P.Y. Barriat (2013) On the representation of snow in large-scale sea ice models, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 5, 542–557, doi: 10.1002/jame.20039

C. M. Carmagnola, F. Domine, M. Dumont, P. Wright, B. Strellis, M. Bergin, J. Dibb, G. Picard, and S. Morin (2013) Snow spectral albedo at Summit, Greenland: comparison between in situ measurements and numerical simulations using measured physical and chemical properties of the snowpack, The Cryosphere, 7, 1139-1160. doi:10.5194/tc-7-1139-2013

F. Domine, J. Bock, D. Voisin, D.J. Donaldson (2013) Can we model snow photochemistry? Problems with the current approaches. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 117, 4733-4749. (Invited feature article)

S. Morin, F. Domine, A. Dufour, Y. Lejeune, B. Lesaffre, J.-M. Willemet, C. M. Carmagnola, H.-W. Jacobi (2013) Measurements and modeling of the vertical profile of specic surface area of an alpine snowpack. Advances in Water Ressources, 55, 111-120. Doi: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.01.010

P. Saccone, S. Morin, F. Baptist, J.-M. Bonneville , M.-P. Colace, F. Domine, M. Faure, R. Geremia, J. Lochet , F.Poly, S. Lavorel and J.-C. Clément (2013) The effects of snowpack properties and plant strategies on litter decomposition during winter in subalpine meadows, Plant and Soil, 363, 215-229. doi: 10.1007/s11104-012-1307-3

V.F. McNeill, A.M. Grannas, J.P.D. Abbatt, M. Ammann, P. Ariya, T. Bartels-Rausch, F. Domine, D.J. Donaldson, M. I. Guzman, D. Heger, T. F. Kahan, P. Klán, S. Masclin, C. Toubin, D. Voisin (2012) Organics in Environmental Ices: Sources, Chemistry, and Impacts. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12, 9653–9678.

B. Montpetit, A. Royer, A. Langlois, P. Cliche, A. Roy, N. Champollion, G. Picard, F. Domine, R. Obbard (2012) New short wave infrared albedo measurements for snow specific surface area retrieval, Journal of Glaciology, 58, 941-952. doi: 10.3189/2012JoG11J248.

G. Picard, F. Domine, G. Krinner, L. Arnaud, E. Lefebvre (2012) Inhibition of the positive snow-albedo feedback by precipitation in interior Antarctica. Nature Climate Change, 2, 795-798. doi: 10.1038/nclimate1590.

S. Morin, F. Domine, A. Dufour, Y. Lejeune, B. Lesaffre, J.-M. Willemet, C. M. Carmagnola, H.-W. Jacobi (2012) Measurements and modeling of the vertical profile of specic surface area of an alpine snowpack. Advances in Water Ressources, in press.

I. Gouttevin, M. Menegoz, F. Domine, G. Krinner, C. Koven, P. Ciais, C. Tarnocai, J. Boike (2012) How the insulating properties of snow affect soil carbon distribution in the continental pan-Arctic area, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, G02020, doi:10.1029/2011JG001916.

D. Voisin, J.-L. Jaffrezo, S. Houdier, M. Barret, J. Cozic, M. D. King, J. L. France, H. J. Reay, A. Grannas, G. Kos, P. A. Ariya, H. J. Beine, F. Domine (2012) Carbonaceous species and HUmic LIke Substances (HULIS) in Arctic snowpack during OASIS field campaign in Barrow, Journal of Geophysical Research, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, D00R19.

H. Beine, C. Anastasio, F. Domine, T. Douglas, M. Barret, J. France, M. King, S. Hall, K. Ullmann (2012) Soluble Chromophores in Marine Snow, Seawater, Sea-ice and Frost Flowers near Barrow, AK, Journal of Geophysical Research, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, D00R15.

F. Domine, J-C. Gallet, J. Bock, S. Morin (2012) Structure, specific surface area and thermal conductivity of the snowpack around Barrow, Alaska, Journal of Geophysical Research, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, D00R14.

J.L. France, H.J. Reay, M.D. King, D. Voisin, H.W.Jacobi, F. Domine, H. Beine, C. Anastasio, A. MacArthur, J. Lee-Taylor (2012) Hydroxyl radical and nitrogen dioxide production rates, black carbon concentrations and light-absorbing impurities from field measurements of light penetration and nadir reflectivity of on-shore and off-shore coastal Alaskan snow, Journal of Geophysical Research, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, D00R12.

L. Krnavek, W. R. Simpson, D. Carlson, F. Domine, T. A. Douglas, M. Sturm (2012) The chemical composition of surface snow in the Arctic: Examining marine, terrestrial, and atmospheric influence. Atmospheric Environment, 50, 349-359.

S. Morin, J. Erbland, J. Savarino, F. Domine, J. Bock, U. Friess, H.-W. Jacobi, H. Sihler and J. M. F. Martins (2012) An isotopic view on the connection between photolytic emissions of NOx from the Arctic snowpack and its oxidation by reactive halogens, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, D00R08.

F. Domine, J.-C. Gallet, M. Barret, S. Houdier, D. Voisin, T. A. Douglas, J. Blum, H. J. Beine, C. Anastasio, F.-M. Bréon (2011) The specific surface area and chemical composition of diamond dust near Barrow, Alaska, Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, D00R06, doi:10.1029/2011JD016162.

F. Domine, J. Bock, S. Morin , G. Giraud (2011) Linking the effective thermal conductivity of snow to its shear strength and its density, Journal of Geophysical Research, in press.

J.L. France, M.D. King, J. Lee-Taylor, H.J. Beine, A. Ianniello, F. Domine, A. MacArthur. (2011) Estimations of in-snow NOx and OH radical photochemical production and photolysis rates: A field and radiative-transfer study of the optical properties of Svalbard (Ny-Ålesund) snowpacks. Journal of Geophysical Research, in press.

S. Houdier, M. Barret, F. Domine, T. Charbouillot, L. Deguillaume, D. Voisin (2011) Sensitive determination of glyoxal, methylglyoxal and hydroxyacetaldehyde in environmental water samples by using Dansylacetamidooxyamine derivatization and liquid chromatography/fluorescence. Analytica Chimica Acta, in press.

H. Beine, H., C. Anastasio, G. Esposito, K. Patten, E. Wilkening, F. Domine, D. Voisin, M. Barret, S. Houdier, and S. Hall (2011) Soluble, Light-Absorbing Species in Snow at Barrow, Alaska, J. Geophys. Res.,doi:10.1029/2011JD016181, in press.

M. Barret, F. Domine, S. Houdier, J.-C. Gallet, P. Weibring, J. Walega, A. Fried, D. Richter (2011) Formaldehyde in the Alaskan Arctic snowpack: partitioning and physical processes involved in air-snow exchanges. Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2011JD016038, in press.

J.-C. Gallet, F. Domine, L. Arnaud, G. Picard, and J. Savarino (2011) Vertical profile of the specific surface area and density of the snow at Dome C and on a transect to Dumont D'Urville, Antarctica –albedo calculations and comparison to remote sensing products The Cryosphere, 5, 631-649.

P. A. Ariya, F. Domine, G. Kos, M. Amyot, V. Côté, H. Vali, T. Lauzier, W. F. Kuhs, K. Techmer, T. Heinrichs and R. Mortazavi (2011) Snow - a photobiochemical exchange platform for volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds with the atmosphere, Environmental Chemistry, 8, 62-73, 10.1071/en10056.

M. Barret, S. Houdier, F. Domine (2011) Thermodynamics of the formaldehyde-water and formaldehyde-ice systems for atmospheric applications, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 115, 307-317.

L. Arnaud, G. Picard, N. Champollion, F. Domine, J.-C. Gallet, M. Fily, and J.-M. Barnola (2011) Measurement of high-resolution vertical profiles of snow specific surface area using infrared reflectance at 1310 nm: Instrument description and validation, Antarctica, Journal of Glaciology, 57, 17-29.

S. Morin, F. Domine, L. Arnaud, G. Picard (2010) In-situ monitoring of the time evolution of the effective thermal conductivity of snow. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 64, 73-80. doi: 10.1016/j.coldregions.2010.02.008

F. Domine, S. Houdier, A.-S. Taillandier, and W.R. Simpson (2010) Acetaldehyde in the Alaskan subarctic snowpack. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10, 919-929.

H.-W. Jacobi, F. Domine, W.R. Simpson, M. Sturm, and T.A. Douglas (2010) Simulation of the specific surface area of snow using a one-dimensional physical snowpack model: Implementation and evaluation for subarctic snow in Alaska, The Cryosphere, 4, 35-51.

A. Amoroso, F. Domine, G. Esposito, S. Morin, J. Savarino, M. Nardino, M. Montagnoli, J.-M. Bonneville, J.-C. Clement, A. Ianniello, H.J. Beine (2010) Microorganisms in dry polar snow are involved in the exchanges of nitrogen oxides with the atmosphere. Environmental Science and Technology, 44, 714-719. DOI: 10.1021/es9027309

J.-C. Gallet, F. Domine, C.S. Zender et G. Picard (2009) Rapid and accurate measurement of the specific surface area of snow using infrared reflectance at 1310 and 1550 nm, The Cryosphere, 3, 167-182.

F. Domine, A.-S. Taillandier, A. Cabanes, T. A. Douglas, and M. Sturm (2009) Three examples where the specific surface area of snow increased over time. The Cryosphere, 3, 31-39.

S. Morin , J. Savarino, M.M. Frey, F. Domine, H.-W. Jacobi, L. Kaleschke and J.M.F. Martins (2009) Comprehensive isotopic composition of atmospheric nitrate in the Atlantic Ocean boundary layer from 65°S to 79°N. Journal of Geophysical Research, 114, D05303. doi:1029/2008JD010696

G. Picard, L. Arnaud, F. Domine, and M. Fily (2009) Determining snow specific surface area from near-infrared reflectance measurements: numerical study of the influence of grain shape. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 56, 10-17.

L. Alvarez-Aviles, W.R. Simpson, T.A. Douglas, M. Sturm, D. Perovich and F. Domine (2008) Frost flower chemical composition during growth and its implications for aerosol production and bromine activation. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, D21304. doi:10.1029/2008JD010277.

F. Domine, M. Albert, T. Huthwelker, H.W. Jacobi, A. Kokhanovsky, M. Lehning, G. Picard, and W.R. Simpson, (2008) Snow Physics as Relevant to Snow Photochemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 8, 171-208.

F. Domine, A. Cincinelli, E. Bonnaud, T. Martellini, and S. Picaud (2007) Adsorption of Phenanthrene on Natural Snow. Environ. Sci. Technol., 41, 6033-6038.

A. M. Grannas, A. E. Jones, J. Dibb, M. Ammann, C. Anastasio, H. J. Beine, M. Bergin, J. Bottenheim, C. S. Boxe, G. Carver, G. Chen, J. H. Crawford, F. Domine, M. M. Frey, M. I. Guzmán, D. E. Heard, D. Helmig, M. R. Hoffmann, R. E. Honrath, L. G. Huey, M. Hutterli, H. W. Jacobi, P. Klán, B. Lefer, J. McConnell, J. Plane, R. Sander, J. Savarino, P. B. Shepson, W. R. Simpson, J. R. Sodeau, R. von Glasow, R. Weller, E. W. Wolff, and T. Zhu (2007) An overview of snow photochemistry: evidence, mechanisms and impacts. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 7, 4329-4373.

A.-S. Taillandier, F. Domine, W.R. Simpson, M. Sturm and T.A. Douglas (2007) The rate of decrease of the specific surface area of dry snow: isothermal versus temperature gradient conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, F03003, doi:10.1029/2006JF000514.

F. Domine, A.-S. Taillandier, W.R. Simpson (2007) A parameterization of the specific surface area of snow in models of snowpack evolution, based on 345 measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, F02031, doi:10.1029/2006JF000512.

F. Domine, A.-S. Taillandier, S. Houdier, F. Parrenin, W. R. Simpson and T. A. Douglas (2007) Interactions between snow metamorphism and climate: physical and chemical aspects. In "Physics and Chemistry of Ice", W.F. Kuhs, editor, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 27-46.

A.-S. Taillandier, F. Domine, W.R. Simpson, M. Sturm, T.A. Douglas, and K. Severin (2006) Evolution of the Snow Area Index (SAI) of the subarctic snowpack in Central Alaska over a whole season. Consequences for the air to snow transfer of pollutants. Environ. Sci. Technol., 40, 7521 – 752. DOI: 10.1021/es060842j

F. Domine, R. Salvatori, L. Legagneux, R. Salzano, M. Fily and R. Casacchia (2006) Correlation between the specific surface area and the short wave infrared (SWIR) reflectance of snow: preliminary investigation. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 46, 60-68. doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2006.06.002

H. J. Beine, A. Amoroso, F. Domine, M. D. King, M. Nardino, A. Ianniello, J. L. France. (2006) Surprisingly small HONO emissions from snow surfaces at browning pass, Antarctica. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 6, 2569-2580. SRef-ID: 1680-7324/acp/2006-6-2569.

L. Legagneux, and F. Domine, (2005) A mean-field model of the isothermal metamorphism of dry snow, Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, F04011. doi: 10.1029/2004JF000181

F. Domine, A.-S. Taillandier, W.R. Simpson and K. Severin (2005) Specific surface area, density and microstructure of frost flowers. Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L13502, doi:10.1029/2005GL023245.

H. J. Beine, A. Amoroso, G. Esposito, R. Sparapani, A. Ianniello, T. Georgiadis, M. Nardino, P. Bonasoni, P. Cristofanelli, F. Domine (2005) Deposition of Atmospheric Nitrous Acid on Alkaline Snow Surfaces. Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L10808. doi: 10.1029/2005GL022589.

W.R. Simpson, L. Alvarez-Avilez, T.A. Douglas, M. Sturm and F. Domine (2005) Halogens in the coastal snowpack near Barrow, Alaska : evidence for active bromine air-snow chemistry during springtime. Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L04811, doi:10.1029/2004GL021748.

F. Domine et C. Rauzy (2004) Influence of the ice growth rate on the incorporation of gaseous HCl. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 4, 2513-2519.

F. Domine, R. Sparapani, A. Ianniello, and H. J. Beine (2004) The origin of sea salt in snow on Arctic sea ice and in coastal regions. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 4, 2259-2271.

L. Legagneux, A.-S. Taillandier and F. Domine, (2004) Grain growth theories and the isothermal evolution of the specific surface area of snow. J. Appl. Phys., 95, 6175-6184.

I. Xueref and F. Domine (2003) FTIR spectroscopic studies of the simultaneous condensation of HCl and H2O at 190 K - Atmospheric applications. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 3, 1779-1789.

F. Domine, T. Lauzier, A. Cabanes, L. Legagneux, W.F. Kuhs, K. Techmer, T. Heinrichs (2003) Snow metamorphism as revealed by scanning electron microscopy. Microscopy Research and Technique. 62, 33-48.

H. J. Beine, F. Domine, A. Ianniello, M. Nardino, I. Allegrini, K. Teinilä, R. Hillamo (2003) Fluxes of Nitrates Between Snow Surfaces and the Atmosphere in the European High Arctic. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 3, 335-346.

S. Perrier, P. Sassin and F. Domine (2003) Diffusion and solubility of HCHO in ice : preliminary results. Canadian Journal of Physics. 81, 319-324.

L. Legagneux, T. Lauzier, F. Domine, W.F. Kuhs, T. Heinrichs, K. Techmer (2003) Rate of decay of the specific surface area of snow during isothermal experiments and morphological changes studied by scanning electron microscopy. Canadian Journal of Physics. 81, 459-468.

A. Cabanes, L. Legagneux, F. Domine, (2003) Rate of evolution of the specific surface area of surface snow layers. Environ. Sci. Technol. 37, 661-666.

R. Bounaceur, G. Scacchi, P.-M. Marquaire, F. Domine, O. Brevart, D. Dessort and B. Pradier (2002) Inhibiting effect of tetralin on the pyrolytic decomposition of hexadecane. Comparison with toluene. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, ; 41; 4689-4701. DOI: 10.1021/ie0108853

F. Domine, R. Bounaceur, P.-M. Marquaire, G. Scacchi, D. Dessort, B. Pradier and O. Brévart (2002) Up to what temperature is petroleum stable? New insights from a 5200 free radical reactions model, Organic Geochemistry, 33, 1487-1499.

L. Legagneux, A. Cabanes, and F. Domine (2002) Measurement of the Specific Surface Area of 176 Snow Samples Using Methane Adsorption at 77 K. Journal of Geophysical Research 107(D17), 4335, doi: 10.1029/2001JD001016.

F. Domine, and Rey-Hanot, L. (2002) Adsorption isotherms of acetone on ice between 193 and 213 K. Geophys. Res. Lett. 29(18), 1873, doi: 10.1029/2002GL015078.

F. Domine and P.B. Shepson (2002) Air-snow interactions and atmospheric chemistry. Science, 297, 1506-1510.

H. Boudries, J.W. Bottenheim, C. Guimbaud, A.M. Grannas, P.B. Shepson, S. Houdier, S. Perrier and F. Domine (2002) Distribution and Trends of Oxygenated Hydrocarbons in the High Arctic derived from measurements in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer and Interstitial Snow Air during the ALERT2000 field campaign. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2573-2583.

H.J. Beine, F. Domine, W. Simpson, R.E. Honrath, R. Sparapani, X. Zhou, M. King (2002) Snow-Pile and Chamber Experiments During the Polar Sunrise Experiment 'Alert 2000': Exploration of Nitrogen Chemistry. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2707-2719.

H.J. Beine, R. E. Honrath, F. Domine, W. R. Simpson and J. D. Fuentes (2002) NOx During Background and Ozone Depletion Periods at Alert: Fluxes Above the Snow Surface. Journal of Geophysical Research, 107 (D21), 4584, doi:10.1029/2002JD002082.

A.L Sumner, P.B. Shepson, A.M. Grannas, J.W. Bottenheim, K.G. Anlauf, D.Worthy, W.H. Schreder, F. Domine, S.Houdier, S. Perrier (2002) Atmospheric chemistry of formaldehyde in the arctic troposphere at polar sunrise, and influence of the snowpack. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2553-2562.

C. Guimbaud, A. M. Grannas, P. B. Shepson, J. D. Fuentes, H. Boudries, J.W. Bottenheim, F. Domine, S. Houdier, S. Perrier, T.B. Biesenthal, and B.G. Splawn (2002) Importance of the snowpack in processing acetaldehyde and acetone in the arctic atmospheric boundary layer. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2743-2752.

S. Houdier, S. Perrier, F. Domine, F., A. Cabanes, L. Legagneux, A.M. Grannas, C. Guimbaud, P.B. Shepson, H. Boudries and J. W. Bottenheim (2002) Acetaldehyde and acetone in the Arctic snowpack during the ALERT2000 field campaign. Snowpack composition, incorporation processes and atmospheric impact. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2609-2618.

S. Perrier, S. Houdier, F. Domine, A. Cabanes, L. Legagneux, A. L. Sumner, and P. B. Shepson (2002) Formaldehyde in Arctic Snow. Incorporation into Ice Particles and Evolution in the Snowpack Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2695-2705.

A. Cabanes, L. Legagneux, and F. Domine (2002) Evolution of the specific surface area and of crystal morphology of fresh snow near Alert during ALERT 2000 campaign. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2767-2777.

A. M. Grannas, P.B. Shepson, C. Guimbaud, M. Albert, W. Simpson, F. Domine, H. Boudries, J. W. Bottenheim, H. J. Beine, R. Honrath, X. Zhou (2002) A Study of Carbonyl Compounds and Photochemistry in the Arctic Atmospheric Boundary Layer. Atmospheric Environment, 36,.2733-2742.

F. Domine, A. Cabanes and L. Legagneux, (2002) Structure, microphysics and surface area of the Arctic snowpack near Alert, during the ALERT 2000 campaign. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 2753-2765.

R. Bounaceur, V. Warth, P.-M. Marquaire, G. Scacchi, F. Domine, D. Dessort and B. Pradier (2002) Modeling of hydrocarbons pyrolysis at low temperature and high pressure. Automatic generation of free radicals mechanisms. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 64, 103-122.

F. Domine, and I. Xueref (2001) Evaluation of Depth Profiling Using Laser Resonant Desorption as a Method to Measure Diffusion Coefficients in Ice. Analytical Chemistry, 73, 4348-4353.

F. Domine, A. Cabanes, A.-S. Taillandier and L. Legagneux (2001) Specific surface area of snow samples determined by CH4 adsorption at 77 K, and estimated by optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. Environmental Science and Technology, 35, 771-780.

R. Bounaceur, G. Scacchi, P.-M. Marquaire and F. Domine (2000) Mechanistic modeling of the thermal cracking of tetralin. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 39, 4152-4165.

F. Domine, L. Chaix and L. Hanot (2000) Reanalysis and new measurements of N2 and CH4 adsorption on ice and snow. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 227, 104-110.

L. Hanot et F. Domine (1999) Evolution of the surface area of a snow layer. Environmental Science and Technology, 33, 4250-4255.

F. Domine et E. Thibert (1998) Comment on "Diffusion of HNO3 in ice". Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 4389-4390.

F. Domine, D. Dessort et O. Brevart (1998) Towards a new method of geochemical kinetic modelling. Implications for the stability of crude oils. Organic Geochemistry, 28, 597-612.

E. Thibert et F. Domine (1998) Thermodynamics and kinetics of the solid solution of HNO3 in ice. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 102, 4432-4439.

L.Chaix et F. Domine (1997) Effect of the thermal history of ice crushed at 77 K on its surface structure as determined by adsorption of CH4 at low surface coverage. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 101, 6105-6108.

E. Thibert et F. Domine (1997) Thermodynamics and kinetics of the solid solution of HCl in ice. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 101, 3554-3565.

F. Domine et E. Thibert (1996) Mechanism of incorporation of trace gases in ice grown from the gas phase. Geophysical research letters, 23, 3627-3630.

L. Chaix, J. Ocampo et F. Domine (1996) Adsorption of CH4 on laboratory-made crushed ice and on natural snow at 77K. Atmospheric implications. Comptes Rendus Acad. Sciences, 322, série II, 609-616.

M. Legrand, A. Léopold et F. Domine (1996) Acidic gases (HCl, HF, HNO3, HCOOH and CH3COOH): a review of ice core data and some preliminary discussions on their air-snow relationships. In : NATO ASI Series I "Chemical exchange between the atmosphere and polar snow" E. Wolff and R.C. Bales, eds., Springer, Berlin , 19-44.

F. Domine, E. Thibert et L. Chaix (1996) Interactions of gas phase atmospheric acids with ice. In : NATO ASI Series I "Chemical exchange between the atmosphere and polar snow" E. W. Wolff and R.C. Bales, eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 567-571.

F. Domine et E. Thibert (1995) Relationship between atmospheric composition and snow composition for HCl and HNO3. In: "Biogeochemistry of seasonally snow-covered catchments", IAHS Publ. N° 228, K. Tonnessen, M. Williams, and M. Tranter, eds., pp. 3-10

F. Domine, E. Thibert, E. Silvente, M. Legrand et J.L. Jaffrezo (1995) Determining past atmospheric HCl mixing ratios from ice core analyses. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry, 21, 165-186. doi:10.1007/BF00696579

F. Domine, E. Thibert, F. Van Landeghem, E. Silvente et P. Wagnon (1994) Diffusion and solubility of HCl in ice: preliminary results. Geophysical research letters, 21, 601-604.

F. Domine et A.R. Ravishankara (1992) The yield of CH3S from the OH + CH3SSCH3 reaction. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 24, 943-951.

F. Domine, A.R. Ravishankara et C.J. Howard (1992) Kinetics and mechanism of the reactions of CH3S, CH3SO and CH3SS with O3 at 300 K and low pressures. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 96, 2171-2178

F. Domine et F. Enguehard (1992) Kinetics of hexane pyrolysis at very high pressures. 3. Application to geochemical modeling. Organic Geochemistry, 18, 41-49.

F. Domine (1991) High pressure pyrolysis of n-hexane, 2,4-dimethylpentane and 1-phenylbutane. Is pressure an important geochemical parameter? Organic Geochemistry, 17, 619-634.

F. Domine, T.P. Murrells et C.J. Howard (1990) Kinetics of the reactions of NO2 with CH3S, CH3SO, CH3SS and CH3SSO at 297 K and 1 Torr. Journal of Physical Chemistry, 94, 5839-5847.

Enguehard, S. Kressmann et F. Domine (1990) Kinetics of dibutylether pyrolysis at high pressure: Experimental study. Organic Geochemistry, 16, 155-160.

F. Domine, P.M. Marquaire, C.Muller et G.M. Côme (1990) Kinetics of hexane pyrolysis at very high pressures. 2. Computer Modeling. Energy & Fuels, 4, 2-10.

F. Domine (1989) Kinetics of hexane pyrolysis at very high pressures. 1. Experimental study. Energy & Fuels, 3, 89-96.

F. Domine et B. Piriou (1986) Raman spectroscopic study of the SiO2-Al2O3-K2O vitreous system. American Mineralogist, 71, 38-50

F. Domine et B. Velde (1985) Preliminary investigation of the processes governing the solubility of uranium in silicate melts.Bulletin de Minéralogie, 108, 755-765.

F. Domine et B. Piriou (1983) Study of sodium silicate melt and glass by infrared reflectance Spectroscopy. Journal of Non-crystalline Solids, 55, 125-130.