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Quantitative Geomorphologist


CNRS Research Professor

Directeur de recherche DR2



Head of Quantitative Geomorphology team & Dynamics, Imagery and Modeling of Environmental Systems

Email : dimitri.lague(a)univ-rennes1.fr

Contact Information in University Directory

Research topics

  • Physics of erosion processes and sediment transport in mountain rivers.
  • Terrestrial and Airborne Laser Scanning applied to geomorphology
  • Topo-bathymetric airborne lidar for river monitoring
  • Impact of extreme events and on landscape dynamics (floods, earthquakes...)
  • Stochastic geomorphology
  • Biogeomorphological couplings in estuarine dynamics
  • Impact and signature of climate and tectonics in landscapes
  • Experimental and numerical modelling of landscape and channel evolution.

Cours M1 Topographie Haute Résolution

Airborne topo-bathymetric lidar

Terrestrial Laser Scanning pages (ok, these start to be old...)

  • Visit HERE for details on our past projects

Recent Papers and news

(pdf available on request) Complete list of publication available on google scholar

  • We just flew with the Airborne topo-bathymetric Lidar near the arctic circle in Sweden for a project with Dr Cristian Gudasz from Umea University. Thanks to our operators Geofit-expert and Pixair, this was a success !
  • Claire Astrié-Poulain has just joined our team for a PhD supervised by Philippe Steer, myself and Philippe Davy. Her research topic : "Impact of fracturation on river incision processes and rates".
  • Following the completion of Thomas’s Croissant brillant PhD, a series of papers on the impact of landslide on river dynamics are coming out using the latest version of EROS developed by Philippe Davy. Here’s what you can do : (movie by Thomas Croissant. Reload the page if you want to restart) Landslide evacuation in bedrock valley and alluvial plain
  • Croissant, T., Lague, D., Steer, P. and Davy, P., Rapid post-seismic landslide evacuation boosted by dynamic channel width, Nature Geosciences, 2017.
  • CNRS/INSU news related to our Nature Geosciences paper on Landslide removal by rivers
  • Davy, P., T. Croissant, and D. Lague, A precipiton method to calculate river hydrodynamics, with applications to flood prediction, landscape evolution models, and braiding instabilities, J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf., 2017.
  • Croissant, T., Lague, D., Davy, P., Davies, T., and Steer, P. A precipiton-based approach to model hydro-sedimentary hazards induced by large sediment supplies in alluvial fans. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms, 2017.
  • Extreme flood-driven fluvial bank erosion and sediment loads : direct process measurements using integrated Mobile Laser Scanning (MLS) and hydro-acoustic techniques, Leyland, J., Hackney, C., Darby, S., Parsons, D., Best, J., Nicholas, A., Aalto, R. and Lague, D., Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
  • Arthur Le Guennec has just started his PhD on the Classification of massive topo-bathymetric lidar data in fluvial environments. A collaborative work with Thomas Corpetti (COSTEL/CNRS/IRISA) and Sebastien Lefevre (IRISA/Univ Vannes).
  • Ed Baynes from Edinburgh University has been awarded a Marie-Curie Individual fellowship to join our team to work and the experimental and numerical modelling of knickpoint propagation.
  • Passalacqua, P., Belmont, P., Staley, D.M., Simley, J.D., Arrowsmith, J. R., Bode, C. A., Crosby, C., DeLong, S. B., Glenn, N., Kelly, S., Lague, D., Sangireddy, H., Schaffrath, K., Tarboton, D., Waskewicz, T., Wheaton, J., Analyzing high resolution topography for advancing the understanding of mass and energy transfer through landscapes : A review, Earth Science Reviews, in press.
  • AGU 2014 invited talk : Lague, D., What’s the point of a raster ?:Advantages of 3D Point Cloud Processing over Raster Based Methods for Accurate Geomorphic Analysis of High Resolution Topography, 15-20 dec 2014.
  • qCANUPO and qM3C2 plugins for point cloud classification and comparison are now implemented in the Open Source software CloudCompare. Much faster and easier to use.
  • Lague, D., The stream power river incision model : evidence, theory and beyond, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, State of Science paper, January, 2014.
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    Stream Power, ESPL, Lague, in press
  • Guignier, L. , Niiya, H., Nishimori, H., Lague, D. and Valance,A., Sand dunes as migrating strings, Physical Review E, 87 (5), 2013
  • Lague, D., Brodu, N. and Leroux, J., Accurate 3D comparison of complex topography with terrestrial laser scanner : application to the Rangitikei canyon (N-Z), 2013, ISPRS journal of Photogrammmetry and Remote Sensing (description and application of the M3C2 algorithm)
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    M3C2 algorithm, revised
  • AGU 2012 invited talk : Lague, D., Brodu, and Leroux, J., Unlocking the scientific potential of complex 3D point cloud dataset : new classification and 3D point cloud comparison methods, 3-7 dec 2012.
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    AGU presentation 2012
  • Brodu, N. and Lague, D., 3D Terrestrial LiDAR data classification of complex natural scenes using a multi-scale dimensionality criterion : applications in geomorphology, ISPRS journal of Photogrammmetry and Remote Sensing, 2012.

Recent Research Projects

  • Airborne Topo-Bathymetric lidar, funded by Regional Councils : Pays de la Loire, Brittanny, and FEDER european funds (2015)
  • CNRS/PEPS Terre-Mer : Modélisation numérique de l’impact de la végétation pionnière en Baie du Mt St Michel sur la sédimentation et comparaison avec données lidar terrestre, collab. Ifremer/dyneco, 2014
  • "SEDIQUAKE : hydrosedimentary hazards following an M8 earthquake on the Alpine Fault, New-Zealand", INSU/ALEAS, 2014.
  • "Biogeomorphological couplings in mega-tidal salt marshes", INSU/EC2CO/DRIL, 2012-2013
  • "EROSNZ - landslides, floods and erosion : new insights from event-based field measurements in the Southern Alps of New Zealand and stochastic 2D numerical modeling of long-term landscape evolution, funded by EEC MCIOF (2011-2012).

MOOC PAYSAGE : animation de la croissance du réseau de drainage

  • Une coquille s’est glissée dans la vidéo de la semaine 2, épisode 2. Une animation d’un simulation numérique de croissance de réseau hydrographique (réalisée avec le code €ROS développée par Philippe Davy) ne ... s’anime pas. La voici : Simulation croissance de réseau et paysage

Curriculum Vitae

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CV Français juin 2015