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CHOQUET Pauline
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Mise au point, validation et première application d'une approche par indicateurs pour une quantification multi-services, spatialement explicite et dynamique des services écosystémiques rendus par les sols 

Résumé :

Largement développé à partir de la publication en 2005 du Millenium Ecosystem Assessment, le cadre conceptuel des services écosystémiques pourrait devenir un outil particulièrement efficace de gestion durable et partagée de la ressource en sol. La mise en œuvre concrète de cet outil se heurte toutefois à la difficulté pratique et économique de quantifier spatialement les multiples services écosystémiques rendus par les sols. Ce projet doctoral se propose ainsi de quantifier les services de production, de régulation et les services culturels fournis par les sols à l'aide d'une approche par indicateurs construits à partir de propriétés des sols facilement mesurables ou modélisables et de spatialiser ces quantifications à l'échelle de la petite région naturelle. Finalement, un point théorique sur le concept des services culturels et une proposition pratique pour leur évaluation seront réalisés. Une attention particulière sera portée à la validation, ou pour le moins à l'estimation de l'incertitude, d'une approche par indicateurs notamment en comparaison de quantifications expérimentales directes d'au moins certains services écosystémiques. Enfin un changement d'échelle sera appliqué entre la cartographie 1/250 000 et 1/50 000 du plateau de Saclay, pour connaître l'impact sur l'offre en services qu'il est nécessaire de prendre en compte dans les futurs projets d'aménagement du territoire. 

(D.Montagne)