Successor of Haroun Tazieff
Jacques-Marie Bardintzeff is Associate Professor and Doctor of state in volcanology. Besides his research and teaching at the University Paris-Sud Orsay, he is also the author and co-author of over 350 books, scientific publications and as popular books about volcanoes.
Great traveler, he accompanies several times television crews (Ushuaia Nature, France 3 …) and acts regularly on the screens (JT TF1, France 2 JT …) to present volcanoes to the public.
He is now one of the leading specialists in eruptive dynamics (Caribbean, Central America, Indonesia, Greece, Cameroon), natural hazards, volcanic islands (Kerguelen Islands, French Polynesia), old volcanism (Bulgaria, Madagascar, Turkey) , planetary analogs (Iceland, March).
His finest experience
The discovery of Kilauea, the most active volcano in the world.
The conquest of Mount Etna, the highest volcano in Europe.
Marvel at the emerald green of Zao.