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, Je souhaite aussi remercier certaines personnes qui m'ont donné l'envie et les moyens d'aller si loin: Mme Brigitte Fouriot, ma géniale professeure de biologie au lycée, qui a éveillé mon intérêt pour la science, la recherche et la biologie et à qui je pense souvent, Ensuite, au cours de mon Master: Jacques Clavier, professeur passionnant et passionné puis Jozée Sarrazin m'ont beaucoup transmit et appris. Je tiens à remercier particulièrement Julien Thébault qui m'a encadré lors de mon stage de Master 2. Tes conseils, ta méthode et tes encouragements ont été et sont toujours précieux pour moi. Un grand merci à toutes les personnes du laboratoire du lemar qui rendent cet endroit unique, dynamique et motivant. Merci à Aurélie Jolivet

A. Donval-;-philippe, F. Soudant, C. Le-grand, and . Quéré, Un grand merci à Gene et Anne-So pour leur précieuse aide et leur bonne humeur. Merci à Christophe, Nelly, Hélène et Caro pour les pauses café, les petits gateaux et les parties de ping-pong. Merci à Christiane, infatigable préparatrice des salles de TP à la fac, profite bien de ta retraite. Merci à Eric Rannou, pour ton savoir de matheux mais pas que, j'ai adoré discuter des pharaons, des cactus et des splines cubiques avec toi ! Laure Pecquerie, pour ta pédagogie exceptionnelle du deb, merci beaucoup pour tes conseils. Clément Le Goff et Philippe Cugier, pour les bons moments passés en vadrouille le long de la manche et sur ces modèles, les discussions super intéressantes et les gwerzioù de Clément. Je remercie également Eric Foucher, Charlotte Corporeau et Gauthier Schall pour leur implication dans l'acquisition, l'analyse et l'interprétation des données lipidiques

. Merci-À-pascal-;-erwan, . Isabelle, L. Julien, ;. Et-joëlle, . Stephan et al., Bon et puis les copains bien sûr, sans qui tout ça aurait été bien triste ! Seb & Cédric, les deux Pap' à moustache, que de bons souvenirs durant ces 5 ans avec vous (7 Cédric !). Merci pour votre bonne humeur (sauf tard le soir Seb), les discussions hautement philosophiques (quelques fois scientifiques), les grands moments de n'importe quoi et les délires en tout genre. Mes anciens colocs de bureau, JP Vador et Tony le tigre, les meilleurs qu'on puisse espérer, je crois n'avoir jamais autant rit qu'avec vous les gars. La vie du bureau B101 me manque, GNOUP ! Charlènita, toujours là quand il faut, danseuse horspair et oenologue éclairée ! Le trio chaud: Malwenn, c'était génial de finir cette thèse en face de toi, beaucoup de courage surtout ! Camille, toujours à fond, Lazure pour ses précieuses remarques sur l'hydrographie et la courantologie de la mer d'Iroise. Merci à Merci aux marins de l'Albert Lucas pour la collecte des coquilles, Franck et Daniel. Merci aux plongeurs de l'iuem qui ont participé aux prélèvements d'eau et d'animaux

. Adeline, &. Bib, . Morgana, . Fabi, . Super-fabi et al.,

L. Bichon, Brestois provençal qui squash plus vite que son ombre; Mathias, le lama à poil

B. Marc and . Gaël, Saumon garantit sans polluant, Julien le crooner du LMEE, Vincent, promis je me mets au trail, et aussi Tom, Fabien et Doumé ! Un grand merci à vous tous pour les bons moments

&. Pablo and . Rémi, Je ne vous remercierais jamais assez pour ce que vous m'avez transmit et qui m'a porté jusqu'ici. Merci de nous avoir emmené à Lesconil, je crois bien que tout a commencé là. Elsa et Clémentine, merci pour vos encouragements et vos petits mots. On a prit des chemins tellement opposés, pas facile de se comprendre des fois, mais je suis tellement fier de vous, continuez ! Et pour finir, merci à Aude. On l'a fait ! Pas facile de mener deux thèses de front, merci les potes ! Toujours là malgré la distance. Merci pour votre amitié, votre soutien, les coups de fil au milieu de la nuit et les bons moments à chaque fois qu'on arrive à se retrouver