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Peer-reviewed Journals 2015 - UMR EcoSys


Alletto L., Pot V., Giuliano S., Costes M., Perdrieux F., Justes E., 2015. Temporal variation in soil physical properties improves the water dynamics modeling in a conventionally-tilled soil. Geoderma, 243-244, 18-28. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2014.12.006

Ardo S., Nélieu S., Ona-Nguema G., Delarue G., Brest J., Pironin E., Morin G., 2015. Oxidative degradation of nalidixic acid by nano-magnetite via Fe2+/O2-mediated reactions. Environmental Science and Technology, 49(7): 4506–4514. doi: 10.1021/es505649d

Aslam S., Iqbal A., Deschamps M., Recous S., Garnier P., Benoit P., 2015. Effect of rainfall regimes and mulch decomposition on the dissipation and leaching of S-metolachlor and glyphosate: a soil column experiment. Pest Management Science, 71(2): 278–291. doi:10.1002/ps.3803

Bancal P., Bancal M.O., Collin F., Gouache D., 2015. Identifying traits leading to tolerance of wheat to Septoria tritici blotch. Field Crops Research, 180, 176-185. doi:10.1016/j.fcr.2015.05.006

Baveye P.C., 2015. Looming scarcity of phosphate rock and intensification of soil phosphorus research. Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo, 39, 3, 637-642. doi:10.1590/01000683rbcs20140819

Beaudouin R., Goussen B., Piccini B., Augustine S., Devillers J., Brion F., Pery A.R.R., 2015. An individual-based model of Zebrafish population dynamics accounting for energy dynamics. PLOS One, 10, 5, article e0125841.

Beaumelle, L., Gimbert, F., Hedde, M., Guérin, A. and Lamy, I., 2015. Subcellular partitioning of metals in Aporrectodea caliginosa along a gradient of metal exposure in 31 field-contaminated soils. Science of The Total Environment, 520: 136–145. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.03.021

Bekiaris G., Bruun S., Peltre C., Houot S., Jensen L.S., 2015. FTIR–PAS: A powerful tool for characterising the chemical composition and predicting the labile C fraction of various organic waste products. Waste Management, 39, 45-56. doi:10.1016/j.wasman.2015.02.029

Bosco S., Volpi I., Nassi o Di Nasso N., Triana F., Roncucci N., Tozzini C., Villani R., Laville P., Neri S., Mattei F., Virgili G., Nuvoli S., Fabbrini L., Bonari E., 2015. LIFE+IPNOA mobile prototype for the monitoring of soil N2O emissions from arable crops: first-year results on durum wheat. Italian Journal of Agronomy, 10, 124-131.

Boulay T., Vaudour E., 2015. Conduite de la vigne, densités de plantation et terroirs dans les baux d’Amos. Studi ellenistici, 29, 215-232.

Bourgeois, E., Dequiedt, S., Lelièvre, M., van Oort, F.Lamy, I., Maron, P.-A. and Ranjard, L., 2015. Positive effect of the Miscanthus bioenergy crop on microbial diversity in wastewater-contaminated soil. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 13(4): 495-501. doi: 10.1007/s10311-015-0531-5

Bourgeois, E., Dequiedt, S., Lelièvre, M., van Oort, F.Lamy, I., Ranjard, L. and Maron, P.-A., 2015. Miscanthus bioenergy crop stimulates nutrient-cycler bacteria and fungi in wastewater-contaminated agricultural soil. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 13(4): 503-511. doi: 10.1007/s10311-015-0532-4

Cardinael R., Chevallier T., Barthès B.G., Saby N.P.A., Parent T., Dupraz C., Bernoux M., Chenu C., 2015. Impact of alley cropping agroforestry on stocks, forms and spatial distribution of soil organic carbon - A case study in a Mediterranean context. Geoderma, 259-260, 288-299. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2015.06.015

Cardinael R., Eglin T., Guenet B., Neill C., Houot S., Chenu C., 2015. Is priming effect a significant process for long-term SOC dynamics? Analysis of a 52-years old experiment. Biogeochemistry, 123, 1-2, 203-219. doi:10.1007/s10533-014-0063-2

Cassigneul A., Alletto L., Benoit P., Bergheaud V., Etiévant V., Dumény V., Le Gac A.L., Chuette D., Rumpel C., Justes E., 2015. Nature and decomposition degree of cover crops influence pesticide sorption: Quantification and modelling. Chemosphere, 119: 1007-1014. doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.08.082

Cellier P., Rochette P., Durand P., Faverdin P., Kuikman P., Peyraud J.L., 2015. Contribution of livestock farming systems to the nitrogen cascade 2 and consequences for farming regions. Advances in Animal Biosciences, 5 (supplement s1), 8-19.

Chabbi A., Senapati N., Giostri A., Vertes F., Carozzi M., Lemaire G., Gastal F., Recous S., Klumpp K., Massad R.S., Rumpel C., 2015. Use of ley-arable rotations improves greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and carbon balance. Fourrages, 223, 241-248.

Clément, N., Muresan, B., Hedde, M. and François, D., 2015. Assessment of palladium footprint from road traffic in two highway environments. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(24): 20019-20031. doi: 10.1007/s11356-015-5241-9

Clément, N., Muresan, B., Hedde, M. and François, D., 2015. PAH dynamics in roadside environments: Influence on the consistency of diagnostic ratio values and ecosystem contamination assessments. Science of The Total Environment, 538: 997-1009. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.08.072

Corbel, S., Bouaïcha, N., Nélieu, S. and Mougin, C., 2015. Soil irrigation with water and toxic cyanobacterial microcystins accelerates tomato development. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 13(4): 447-452. doi: 10.1007/s10311-015-0518-2

Corbel, S., Bouaïcha, N., Martin-Laurent, F., Crouzet, O., and Mougin, C., 2015. Soil irrigation with toxic cyanobacterial microcystins increases soil nitrification potential. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 13(4): 459-463. doi:10.1007/s10311-015-0520-8

Corbel S., Mougin C., Martin-Laurent F., Crouzet O., Bru D., Nélieu S., Bouaïcha N., 2015. Evaluation of phytotoxicity and ecotoxicity potentials of a cyanobacterial extract containing microcystins under realistic environmental concentrations and in a soil-plant system. Chemosphere, 128: 332-340. doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2015.02.008

De Boeck H.J., Vicca S., Roy J., Nijs I., Milcu A., Kreyling J., Jentsch A., Chabbi A., Campioli M., Callaghan T., Beierkuhnlein C., Beier C., 2015. Global Change Experiments: Challenges and Opportunities. Bioscience, 65, 9, 922-931.

de Rouw A., Maxwell J.F., Girardin C., 2015. Foliar delta C-13 values, photosynthetic pathway and functional type for 238 common species on farm land and disturbed forest in Laos. Photosynthetica, 53, 1, 154-156.

Falconer R.E., Battaia G., Schmidt S., Baveye P., Chenu C., Otten W., 2015. Microscale heterogeneity explains experimental variability and non-linearity in soil organic matter mineralisation. PLOS One, 10, 5, article no e0123774.

Geng C., Haudin C.S., Zhang Y., Lashermes G., Houot S., Garnier P., 2015. Modeling the release of organic contaminants during compost decomposition in soil. Chemosphere, 119,: 423-431. doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.06.090

Ghashghaie J., Badeck F.W., Girardin C., Sketriene D., Lamothe-Sibold M., Werner R.A., 2015. Changes in delta C-13 of dark respired CO2 and organic matter of different organs during early ontogeny in peanut plants. Isot. Environ. Health Stud., 51, 1 (special issue), 93-108. doi:10.1080/10256016.2015.1011635

Grard B.J.P., Bel N., Marchal N., Madre F., Castell J.F., Cambier P., Houot S., Manouchehri N., Besancon S., Michel J.C., Chenu C., Frascaria-Lacoste N., Aubry C., 2015. Recycling urban waste as possible use for rooftop vegetable garden. Future of Food: Journal on Food, Agriculture and Society (DEU), 3, 1, 21-34.

Hapca S., Baveye P.C., Wilson C., Lark R.M., Otten W., 2015. Three-dimensional mapping of soil chemical characteristics at micrometric scale by combining 2D SEM-EDX data and 3D X-Ray CT images. PLOS One, 10, 9, Article Number e0137205. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0137205

Havé M., Leitao L., Bagard M., Castell J.F., Repellin A., Adams W., 2015. Protein carbonylation during natural leaf senescence in winter wheat, as probed by fluorescein-5-thiosemicarbazide. Plant Biology, 17, 5, 973-979. doi:10.1111/plb.12315

Hedde M., Mazzia C., Decaëns T., Nahmani J., Pey B., Thénard J., Capowiez Y., 2015. Orchard management influences both functional and taxonomic ground beetle (Coleoptera, Carabidae) diversity in South-East France. Applied Soil Ecology, 88: 26-31. doi:10.1016/j.apsoil.2014.11.014

Hellec F., Brives H., Blanchart E., Deverre C., Garnier P., Payet V., Peigné J., Recous S., de Tourdonnet S., Vian J.F., 2015. L’évolution des sciences du sol face à l’émergence de la notion de service écosystémique: Résultats d’une étude lexicométrique. Etude et Gestion des Sols, 22, 101-115.

Henneron L., Bernard L., Hedde M.Pelosi C., Villenave C., Chenu C.Bertrand M.Girardin C., Blanchart E., 2015.  Fourteen years of evidence for positive effects of conservation agriculture and organic farming on soil life. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 35(1): 169-181. doi:10.1007/s13593-014-0215-8

Houot S., Pierre R., Decoopman B., Trochard R., Gennen J., Luxen P., 2015. Minéralisation de produits résiduaires organiques : des sources d'azote variées. Fourrages, 224, 257-264.

Iqbal A., Aslam S., Alavoine G., Benoit P., Garnier P., Recous S., 2015. Rain regime and soil type affect the C and N dynamics in soil columns that are covered with mixed-species mulches. Plant and Soil, 393, 1-2, 319-334. doi:10.1007/s11104-015-2501-x

Jimenez J., Aemig Q., Doussiet N., Steyer J.P., Houot S., Patureau D., 2015. A new organic matter fractionation methodology for organic wastes: Bioaccessibility and complexity characterization for treatment optimization. Bioresource Technology, 194, 344-353. doi:10.1016/j.biortech.2015.07.037

Joly, P., Bonnemoy, F., Besse-Hoggan, P., Perriere, F., Crouzet, O.Cheviron, N., Mallet, C., 2015. Responses of Limagne "Clay/Organic Matter-Rich" Soil Microbial Communities to Realistic Formulated Herbicide Mixtures, Including S-Metolachlor, Mesotrione, and Nicosulfuron. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 226(12): 413. doi:10.1007/s11270-015-2683-0

Lamichhane J.R., Barzman M., Booij K., Boonekamp P., Desneux N., Huber L., Kudsk P., Langrell S.R.H., Ratnadass A., Ricci P., Sarah J.L., Messean A., 2015. Robust cropping systems to tackle pests under climate change. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 35, 2, 443-459. doi:10.1007/s13593-014-0275-9

Langevin B., Génermont S., Basset-Mens C., Lardon L., 2015. Simulation of field NH3 and N2O emissions from slurry spreading. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 35(1): 347-358. doi:10.1007/s13593-014-0248-z

Laville P., Neri S., Continanza D., Ferrante Vero L., Bosco S., Virgili G., 2015. Cross-validation of a mobile N2O flux prototype (IPNOA) using micrometeorological and chamber methods. Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 9, 375-385. doi:10.17265/1934-8975/2015.04.007

Lèye B., Nguyen-Ngoc D., Monga O., Garnier P., Nunan N., 2015. Simulating biological dynamics using partial differential equations: Application to decomposition of organic matter in 3D soil structure. Vietnam Journal of Mathematics, 43, 4, 801-817.

Lichiheb N., Bedos C., Personne E., Benoit P., Bergheaud V., Fanucci O., Bouhlel J., Barriuso E., 2015. Measuring leaf penetration and volatilization of chlorothalonil and epoxiconazole applied on wheat leaves in a laboratory-scale experiment. Journal of Environment Quality, 44, 6, 1782-1790.

Mamy L., Patureau D., Barriuso E.Bedos C., Bessac F., Louchart X., Martin-Laurent F., Miege C., Benoit P., 2015. Prediction of the fate of organic compounds in the environment from their molecular properties: A review. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 45(12): 1277-1377. doi:10.1080/10643389.2014.955627

Marín-Benito JM, Rodríguez-Cruz MS, Sánchez-Martín MJ, Mamy L, 2015. Modeling fungicides mobility in undisturbed vineyard soil cores unamended and amended with spent mushroom substrates. Chemosphere. 134:408-416. doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2015.04.103

Mazzia C., Pasquet A., Caro G.Thénard J., Cornic J.F., Hedde M.Capowiez Y., 2015. The impact of management strategies in apple orchards on the structural and functional diversity of epigeal spiders. Ecotoxicology, 24(3): 616-625. doi:10.1007/s10646-014-1409-1

Menichetti L., Houot S., van Oort F., Kätterer T., Christensen B.T., Chenu C., Barré P., Vasilyeva N.A., Ekblad A., 2015. Increase in soil stable carbon isotope ratio relates to loss of organic carbon: results from five long-term bare fallow experiments. Oecologia, 177(3): 811-821. doi:10.1007/s00442-014-3114-4

Minoli S., Acutis M., Carozzi M., 2015. NH3 emission from land application of manures and N-fertilisers: a review of the Italian literature. Italian Journal of Agrometeorology, 20, 3, 5-24.

Mougin, C., Azam, D., Caquet, T., Cheviron, N., Dequiedt, S., Le Galliard., J.-F., Guillaume, O., Houot, S., Lacroix, G., Lafolie, F., Maron, P.-A., Michniewicz, R., Pichot, C., Ranjard, L., Roy, J., Zeller, B., Clobert, J. and Chanzy, A., 2015. A coordinated set of ecosystem research platforms open to international research in ecotoxicology, AnaEE-France. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(20): 16215-16228. doi: 10.1007/s11356-015-5233-9

Naisse C., Girardin C., Davasse B., Chabbi A., Rumpel C., 2015. Effect of biochar addition on C mineralisation and soil organic matter priming in two subsoil horizons. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 15, 4, 825-832.

Njakou Djomo S., Witters N., Van Dael M., Gabrielle B., Ceulemans R., 2015. Impact of feedstock, land use change, and soil organic carbon on energy and greenhouse gas performance of biomass cogeneration technologies. Applied Energy, 154, 122-130. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.04.097

Paradelo R., Virto I., Chenu C., 2015. Net effect of liming on soil organic carbon stocks: A review. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 202, 98-107. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2015.01.005

Pelosi, C., Bertrand, M., Thénard, J.Mougin, C., 2015. Earthworms in a 15 years agricultural trial. Applied Soil Ecology, 88: 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.apsoil.2014.12.004

Personne E., Tardy F., Génermont S., Decuq C., Gueudet J.C., Mascher N., Durand B., Masson S., Lauransot M., Fléchard C., Burkhardt J., Loubet B., 2015. Investigating sources and sinks for ammonia exchanges between the atmosphere and a wheat canopy following slurry application with trailing hose. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 207, 11-23. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.03.002

Pinet A., Mathieu A., Jullien A., 2015. Floral bud damage compensation by branching and biomass allocation in genotypes of Brassica napus with different architecture and branching potential. Frontiers in Plant Science, 6, paper no 70. doi:10.3389/fpls.2015.00070

Pinheiro M., Garnier P., Beguet J., Martin-Laurent F., Vieublé-Gonod L., 2015. The millimetre-scale distribution of 2,4-D and its degraders drives the fate of 2,4-D at the soil core scale. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, , 88, 90-100. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.05.008

Pot V., Peth S., Monga O., Vogel L.E., Genty A., Garnier P., Vieublé-Gonod L., Ogurreck M., Beckmann F., Baveye P.C., 2015. Three-dimensional distribution of water and air in soil pores: Comparison of two-phase two-relaxation-times lattice-Boltzmann and morphological model outputs with synchrotron X-ray computed tomography data. Advances in Water Resources, 84, 87-102. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.08.006

Potier E., Ogée J., Jouanguy J., Lamaud E., Stella P., Personne E., Durand B., Mascher N., Loubet B., 2015. Multilayer modelling of ozone fluxes on winter wheat reveals large deposition on wet senescing leaves. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 211-212, 58-71.

Pradel M., Serre J., Méhier S., Bénard L., Tessier C., Bapst S., Houot S., 2015. Gestion des filières de traitement et de valorisation/élimination des boues par les collectivités : L’analyse du cycle de vie comme outil d’innovation : état des lieux et perspectives. Techniques, Sciences Méthodes, 6 (juin), 38-51.

Rameau C., Bertheloot J., Leduc N., Andrieu B., Sakr S., Foucher F., 2015. Multiple pathways regulate shoot branching. Frontiers in Plant Science, 5, paper no 741. doi:10.3389/fpls.2014.00741

Recous S., Chabbi A., Chenu C., Thiébeau P., Vertès F., 2015. Soil fertility and nitrogen mineralisation: what type of cultivation-related processes and interactions are involved ? Fourrages, 223, 189-196.

Rumpel C., Crème A., Ngo P.T., Velasquez G., Mora M.L., Chabbi A., 2015. The impact of grassland management on biogeochemical cycles involving carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 15, 2, 353-371.

Rumpel C., Baumann K., Remusat L., Dignac M.F., Barre P., Deldicque D., Glasser G., Lieberwirth I., Chabbi A., 2015. Nanoscale evidence of contrasted processes for root-derived organic matter stabilization by mineral interactions depending on soil depth. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 85, 82-88.

Sabatier D., Martiné J.F., Chiroleu F., Roussel C., Letourmy P., van Antwerpen R., Gabrielle B., Ney B., 2015. Optimization of sugarcane farming as a multipurpose crop for energy and food production. GCB Bioenergy, 7(1): 40–56. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12133

de Santiago-Martín A., van Oort F., González C., Quintana J.R., Lafuente A.L., Lamy I., 2015. Improving relationship between soil characteristics and metal bioavailability by using reactive fractions of soil parameters in calcareous soils. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 34(1): 37-44. doi:10.1002/etc.2772

Shahzad T., Chenu C., Genet P., Barot S., Perveen N., Mougin C., Fontaine S., 2015. Contribution of exudates, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and litter depositions to the rhizosphere priming effect induced by grassland species. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 80: 146-155. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2014.09.023

Siou D., Gélisse S., Laval V., Elbelt S., Repinçay C., Bourdat-Deschamps M., Suffert F., Lannou C., Drake H.L., 2015. Interactions between Head blight pathogens: Consequences for disease development and toxin production in wheat spikes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81, 3, 957-965. doi:10.1128/aem.02879-14

Taibi-Hassani, S., Lepelletier, P., Blot, A., Thoisy, J.-C., 2015. A Statistical Approach to the Evaluation and Modelling of Contamination in an Agro-Ecosystem. International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics, 106 (1), 83-97. (doi?)

Tardy V., Chabbi A., Charrier X., de Berranger C., Reignier T., Dequiedt S., Faivre-Primot C., Terrat S., Ranjard L., Maron P.A., 2015. Land use history shifts in situ fungal and bacterial successions following wheat straw input into the soil. PLOS One, 10, 6, article no e0130672.

Terrat S., Plassart P., Bourgeois E., Ferreira S., Dequiedt S., Adele-Dit-De-Renseville N., Lemanceau P., Bispo A., Chabbi A., Maron P.A., Ranjard L., 2015. Meta-barcoded evaluation of the ISO standard 11063 DNA extraction procedure to characterize soil bacterial and fungal community diversity and composition. Microbial Biotechnology, 8, 1, 131-142.

Torn M.S., Chabbi A., Crill P., Hanson P.J., Janssens I.A., Luo Y., Pries C.H., Rumpel C., Schmidt M.W.I., Six J., Schrumpf M., Zhu B., 2015. A call for international soil experiment networks for studying, predicting, and managing global change impacts. Soil, 1, 2, 575-582.

Teng, S., Barcellini-Couget, S., Beaudouin, R., Brochot, C., Desousa, G., Rahmani, R., Pery, A.A.R., 2015. BK/TD models for analyzing in vitro impedance data on cytotoxicity. Toxicology Letters, 235: 96–106. doi:10.1016/j.toxlet.2015.03.011.

Vaudour E., Costantini E., Jones G.V., Mocali S., 2015. An overview of the recent approaches to terroir functional modelling, footprinting and zoning. Soil, 1, 1, 287-312 (open access). doi:10.5194/soil-1-287-2015

Vaudour E., Noirot-Cosson P.E., Membrive O., 2015. Early-season mapping of crops and cultural operations using very high spatial resolution Pléiades images. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 42, 128-141. doi:10.1016/j.jag.2015.06.003

Vogel L.E., Makowski D., Garnier P., Vieublé-Gonod L., Coquet Y., Raynaud X., Nunan N., Chenu C., Falconer R., Pot V., 2015. Modeling the effect of soil meso- and macropores topology on the biodegradation of a soluble carbon substrate. Advances in Water Resources, 83, 123-136. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2015.05.02

Widlowski J.-L., Mio C., Disney M., Adams J., Andredakis I., Atzberger C., Brennan J., Busetto L., Chelle M., et al, 2015. The fourth phase of the radiative transfer model intercomparison (RAMI) exercise: Actual canopy scenarios and conformity testing. Remote Sensing of Environment, 169, 418-437.

Zhang Y., Guan Y., Shi Q., 2015. Simulating the dynamics of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) in contaminated soil through composting by COP-Compost model. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22, 4, 3004-3012.