The 2022 Outstanding Student and PhD candidate Presentation (OSPP) Award is awarded to Anne Guyez for the poster/PICO entitled:
Feldspar single grain luminescence of modern fluvial sediments as a new tool to study fluvial transport (Guyez, A.; Bonnet, S.; Reimann, T.; Carretier, S.; Wallinga, J.)
At the time of the presentation Anne Guyez was phD candidate at the University of Toulouse/Paul Sabatier, France. She now obtained her PhD and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Geosciences Environnement Toulouse laboratory. Her research focuses on the use of luminescence signal of feldspar in single grain of river sediments to study fluvial transport and landscape evolution. In the awarded presentation at EGU2022, she presented how the development of a numerical model allowed to estimate transport distance of sand sized sediments (transport distance, storage duration in floodplains, virtual velocity) from luminescence data with an application in the case of two natural braided river systems from New Zealand.