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UMR ECOSYS - Ecologie fonctionnelle et écotoxicologie des agroécosystèmes

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Effects of applying exogenous organic matter onto soil on soil carbon storage, greenhouse gases emissions and nitrate leaching in periurban agricultural soils

Financial support :

Gessol program (French Ministry of Environment, French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME))

Responsible : 

Emmanuelle Vaudour

Organism :

UMR EcoSys - AgroParisTech/INRA

Partners :

  • joint research unit UMR 518 MIA - INRA/AgroParisTech
  • joint research unit UMR 1048 SADAPT - AgroParisTech/INRA
  • waste management and energy research center - VEOLIA Environnement
  • Heritage association "Plaine de Versailles"
  • Regional Chamber of Agriculture of Ile-de-France



Abstract project :

See the website with Gessol program 

See also

Publications récentes :

Laville P., Michelin J., Houot S., Gueudet J.-C., Rampon J.N., Labat C., Vaudour E., 2013. Soil N2O Emissions from Recovered Organic Waste Application in Versailles Plain (France): A Laboratory Approach. Waste and Biomass Valorization. Publié en ligne.

Hamiache J., Bel L., Vaudour E., Gilliot J.M., 2012. Spatial stochastic modeling of topsoil organic carbon content over a cultivated peri-urban region, using soil properties, soil types and a digital elevation model. In: Digital Soil Assessments and Beyond, Minasny, Malone & McBratney (eds), CRC press, Balkema, pp. 161-166.

Vaudour E., Gilliot J.M., Bel L., Bréchet L., Hadjar D., Hamiache J., Lemonnier Y., 2014. Uncertainty of soil reflectance retrieval from SPOT and RapidEye multispectral satellite images using a per-pixel bootstrapped empirical line atmospheric correction over an agricultural region. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 26, 217-234.

Vaudour E., Bel L., Gilliot J.M., Coquet Y., Hadjar D., Cambier P., Michelin J., Houot S., 2013. Potential of SPOT multispectral satellite images for mapping topsoil organic carbon content over peri-urban croplands. Soil Science Society of America Journal, just published

Vaudour, E., Baghdadi, N., Gilliot, J.M., 2013. Mapping tillage operations over a peri-urban region using combined SPOT4 and ASAR/ENVISAT images. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, sous presse.