GEO Mountains Scientific Project Officer
Mountain Research Initiative



Alexandrine Massot joined the Mountain Research Initiative Coordination Office in 2023, after completing a Master in Environmental Sciences and a certificate in Geomatics at the University of Geneva. During her studies, her research primarily focused on exploring the dynamics of carbon dioxide and methane emissions from lakes and investigating gas emissions in the Arctic Ocean. She then continued her learning around a temporal analysis of drought dynamics in Switzerland using remote sensing. Before this, she worked in the philanthropic sector as a project manager, where she was responsible for an Environment & Sustainability working group, among others.

As a Scientific Project Officer, Alexandrine contributes to the coordination and implementation of GEO Mountains — a GEO initiative, which aims to enhance the availability and accessibility of diverse data related to mountainous regions. 

Aside from her scientific pursuits, her passion for nature is reflected in her artistic work. Between her painting studio and her practice of aerial sports and climbing, she often finds inspiration while hiking in the mountains.


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