Laurent Cartier

Dr. Laurent Cartier
Aeschengraben 26
CH-4051 Basel

Phone2: +41 (0) 61 262 06 40
Fax: +41 (0) 61 262 06 41
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Key Publications of Laurent Cartier (up to ten) :
Cartier, L.E., Carpenter, K.E. (2014). The influence of pearl oyster farming on reef fish abundance and diversity in Ahe, French Polynesia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 78, 43–50.

Hänni, H.A., Cartier, L.E. (2013) Tracing cultured pearls from farm to consumer: A review of potential methods and solutions. Journal of Gemmology, 33, 7-8, 185-191.

Cartier, L.E., Krzemnicki, M.S. (2013). New developments in cultured pearl production: use of organic and baroque shell nuclei. Australian Gemmologist, 25, 1, 6-13.

Meyer, J.B., Cartier, L.E., Pinto, E., Krzemnicki M.S., Hänni, H.A., McDonald B.A. (2013). DNA fingerprinting of pearls to determine their origins. PLoS ONE 8(10): e75606.

Cartier, L.E., Ali, S.H. (2012). Pearl Farming as a Sustainable Development Path. The Solutions Journal, 4, 3, 30-34.

Cartier, L.E., Pardieu V., 2012. Conservation Gemstones: Beyond Fair Trade? National Geographic.

Cartier, L.E. (2011). Gemstones. In Sarah Fredericks, Lei Shen, Shirley Thompson, & Daniel Vasey (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Vol. 4. Natural Resources and Sustainability (pp. 174–177). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

Cartier, L.E., Bu?rge, M. (2011). Agriculture and artisanal gold mining in Sierra Leone: alternatives or complements?. Journal of International Development, 23, 8, 1080-1999.

Cartier, L.E. (2009). Ruby and Sapphire from Marosely, Madagascar. Journal of Gemmology, 31, 5-8, 171-179.

Cartier, L.E. (2009). Livelihoods and production cycles in the Malagasy artisanal ruby-sapphire trade: a critical examination. Resources Policy, 34, 80-86.

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