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Books, proceedings, reports, book chapters

Years 2013-2018

2017

Ben Aoun W., Gabrielle B., 2017. Life Cycle Assessment and Land-Use Changes: Effectiveness and Limitations In: "Life-Cycle Assessment of Biorefineries", Gnansounou, E., Pandey, A. (Eds.), Elsevier,  Chap. 8, 221-231.

Bispo A. coord., Gabrielle B. coord., Makowski D. coord., El Akkari M., Bamière L., Barbottin A., Bellassen V., Bessou C., Dumas P., Gaba S., Wohlfahrt J., Sandoval M., Le Perchec S., Rechauchère O., 2017. Effets environnementaux des changements d'affectation des sols liés à des réorientations agricoles, forestières, ou d'échelle territoriales : une revue critique de la littérature scientifiques. Synthèse du rapport d'étude.   68 p. https://inra-dam-front-resources-cdn.brainsonic.com/ressources/afile/397159-1e543-resource-etude-revoluc-synthese-68-pages.pdf

Cellier P., 2017. Cycle biogéochimique de l’azote. In: "Guide de la fertilisation raisonnée", Colomb, B. (Ed.), Editions France Agricole, Paris, Collection AgriProduction, 105-119.

Cellier P., 2017. Cycle biogéochimique du soufre. In: "Guide de la fertilisation raisonnée", Colomb, B. (Ed.), Editions France Agricole, Paris, Collection AgriProduction, 120-130.

Dufossé K., Ben Aoun W., Gabrielle B., 2017. Life-Cycle Assessment of agricultural feedstock for biorefineries In: "Life-Cycle Assessment of biorefineries", Gnansounou, E., Pandey, A. (Eds.), Elsevier,  Chap. 3, 77-96.

Pelosi C., Barriuso E., Bedos C., Benoit P., Mamy L., Mougin C. (eds.), 2017. Fate and impact of pesticides: new directions to explore. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24, 8, no spécial.

Perrier A., 2017. Un siècle de travaux sur l'environnement. Comprendre pour mieux préserver, mieux réhabiliter la biosphère et l'habiter mieux. In: "Questions d'agriculture, d'environnement et de société : 100 ans d'évolution des connaissances et des pratiques au travers des "Comptes Rendus de l'Académie d'agriculture de France"", Ferault, C., Lanly, J.-P., Bernard, J.-L., Choné, E. (Eds.), Editions L'Harmattan, Paris, 123-138.

Schneider A., Huyghe C., Voisin A.S., Gastal F., Vertès F., Hellou G., Jeuffroy M.H., Justes E., Cohan J.P., Thiébeau P., Cellier P., 2017. Insertion des légumineuses dans les systèmes de culture : source d’azote symbiotique et de diversification des assolements. In: "Guide de la fertilisation raisonnée", Colomb, B. (Ed.), Editions France Agricole, Paris, Collection AgriProduction,  526-540.

2016

Cellier P., Decuq C., Génermont S., Laville P., Loubet B., Personne E., contributeurs, 2016. Contributions à l'ouvrage "Measuring emissions from livestock farming: greenhouse gases, ammonia and nitrogen oxides", Hassouna, M., Eglin, T., coords. (Eds.), INRA-ADEME,   contributions à l'ouvrage.

Gabrielle B., Wernsdorfer H., Marron N., Deleuze C., 2016. Biomass feedstocks. In: Biomass supply chains for bioenergy and biorefining, Holm-Nielsen, J.B., Ehimen, E.A. (Eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 15-51.

Jeuffroy M.H., Cellier P., Mignolet C., 2016. Systèmes de culture métropolitains : fourniture de protéines et coût environnemental. In: "Déméter 2017 : Économie et stratégies agricoles", Club Déméter, Paris,   333-354.

Pelosi C., Mougin C., Benoit P., Bedos C., Barriuso E., (coords.), 2016. Devenir et impact des pesticides : verrous à lever et nouveaux enjeux. Actes du 45ème Congrès du Groupe Français des Pesticides, Versailles (FRA), 27-29/05/2015. Editions du GFP, Muizon, 315 p.

2015

Barzman M., Lamichhane J.R., Booij K., Boonekamp P., Desneux N., Huber L., Kudsk P., Langrell S.R.H., Ratnadass A., Ricci P., Sarah J.-L., Messean A., 2015. Research and development priorities in the face of climate change and rapidly evolving pests. In: "Sustainable Agriculture Reviews Volume 17", Lichtfouse, E. (Ed.), Springer,  Chap. 1, 1-27.

Cellier P., Schneider A., Thiébeau P., Vertès F., 2015. Impacts environnementaux de l’introduction de légumineuses dans les systèmes de production. In: " Les légumineuses pour des systèmes agricoles et alimentaires durables", Schneider, A., Huyghe, C. (Eds.), Editions Quae, Versailles - collection Synthèses,  chap. 6, 297-338.

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. In: "Advances in Animal Biosciences", Cambridge University Press,   8-19.

Cellier P., Decuq C., Génermont S., Laville P., Loubet B., Personne E. (contributeurs), 2015. In: "Mesurer les émissions gazeuses en élevage : gaz à effet de serre, ammoniac et oxydes d‘azote", Hassouna, M., Eglin, T. (Eds.), INRA-ADEME, isbn 2-7380-1374-0. Contributions à l'ouvrage.

Massad R.S., Loubet B. (Eds.), 2015. Review and integration of biosphere-atmosphere modelling of reactive trace gases and volatile aerosols.   Editions Quae, Versailles /  Springer, Dordrecht, 235 p.

  • Bash J.O., Flechard C., Adon M., Cellier P., Drouet J.L., Génermont S., Grosz B., Horvath L., Massad R.S., Sutton M.A., Theobald M.R., Kruit R.W., 2015. Modelling the air–surface exchange of ammonia from the field to global scale.  pp. 153-161.
  • Flechard C.R., Massad R.S., Loubet B., Personne E., Simpson D., Bash J.O., Cooter E.J., Nemitz E., Sutton  M.A., 2015. Advances in understanding, models and parameterizations of biosphere-atmosphere ammonia exchange. pp. 11-84.
  • Forkel R., Guenther A., Ashworth K., Bedos C., Delon C., Lathiere J., Noe S., Potier E., Rinne J., Tchepel O., L Zhang L., 2015. Bi-directional exchange of volatile organic compounds. pp. 169-179.
  • Ganzeveld L., Ammann C., Loubet B., 2015. Modelling atmosphere-biosphere exchange of ozone and nitrogen oxides. pp. 85-105.
  • Lathière J., Zhang L., Adon M., Ashworth K., Burkhardt J., Flechard C., Forkel R., Guenther A., Walker J., Nemitz E., Potier E., Rumsey I., 2015. Impact of leaf surface and in-canopy air chemistry on the ecosystem/atmosphere exchange of atmospheric pollutants. pp. 199-206.
  • Loubet B., Ammann C., Castell J.F., Emberson L., Ganzeveld L., Kowalski A.S., Laville P., Merbold L., Personne E., Stella P., Tuovinen J.P., Tuzet A., 2015. O3 and NOx exchange. pp. 163-167.
  • Massad R.S., Loubet B., 2015. A Common Conceptual Modelling Framework for Reactive Trace Gases and Volatile Aerosols Atmosphere-Biosphere Exchange in Chemical Transport Models. pp. 225-235.
  • Massad R.S., Loubet B., 2015. Introduction : Review and integration of biosphere-atmosphere modelling of reactive trace gases and volatile aerosols. pp. 1-5.
  • Massad R.S., Sutton M.A., Bash J.O., Bedos C., Carrara A., Cellier P., Delon C., D Famulari D., Génermont S., Horvath L., Merbold L., 2015. Soil and litter exchange of reactive trace gases. pp. 207-213.
  • Personne E., Emberson L., Balezentiene L., Castell J.F., Kowlaski A., Tuzet A., Wolff V., 2015. Gaseous stomatal exchange and relation to ecosystem functioning. pp. 191-198.
  • Simpson D., Nemitz E., Burkhardt J., Famulari D., Kasik M., Loubet B., Rumsey I., Walker J., Weidinger T., Wolff V., 2015. Aerosol and acid gases. pp. 181-187.
  • Theobald M., Loubet B., Ammann C., Branislava L., Chojnicki B., Ganzeveld L., Grosz B., Kaasik M., Noe S., Olejnik J., Rinne J., Shapkalijevski M., Simpson D., Tchepel O., Tuovinen J.P., Weidinger T., Kruit R.W., 2015. In-Canopy Turbulence—State of the Art and Potential Improvements. pp. 215-223.

Peyraud J.L., Cellier P., Dupraz P., Aarts F., 2015. Options for the better use of less nitrogen on livestock farms. In: "Advances in Animal Biosciences", Cambridge University Press,   59-67.

Peyraud J.-L., Cellier P., Aarts F., Béline F., Bockstaller C., et al, 2015. Nitrogen flows and livestock farming: lessons and perspectives. In: "Advances in Animal Biosciences", Cambridge University Press,   68-71.

Pisante M., Stagnari F., Acutis M., Bindi M., Brilli L., Di Stefano V., Carozzi M., 2015. Conservation agriculture and climate change. In: "Conservation agriculture", Farooq, M., Siddique, K.H.M. (Eds.), Springer International, Berlin (DEU),  Chap. 5, 579-620. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-319-11620-4_22

Tuzet, A., Brunet, Y., 2015. Les échanges d'eau sol-végétation-atmosphère. L'eau à découvert. CNRS Editions, Paris, pp. 130-131.

2014

Benoit P., Alletto L., Barriuso E., Bedos C., Garnier P., Mamy L., Pot V., Real B., Vieublé-Gonod L., 2014. Travail du sol et risques de transfert de produits phytosanitaires. In: "Faut-il travailler le sol ? Acquis et innovations pour une agriculture durable", Labreuche, J., Laurent, F., Roger-Estrade, J., coordinateurs (Eds.), Editions Quae/Arvalis, Versailles/Paris, chap. 7, 127-141. 

Cellier P., 2014. L’étude et la modélisation des cycles biogéochimiques à des échelles englobantes : l’exemple de l’azote. In: "Fertilisation et environnement. Quelles pistes pour l'aide à la décision ?", Pellerin, S., Butler, F., Laethem, C.G.-V. (Eds.), Quae/Acta, Versailles/Paris, Matière à débattre et décider, chap. 12.

Itier B., 2014. Face aux changements climatiques à venir, quels sont les enjeux de l’eau pour les agriculteurs ? In: "Adaptation de l’agriculture aux changements climatiques : Recueil d’expériences territoriales", Réseau Action Climat France, Montreuil (FRA),   p. 25.

Katerji N., Mastrorilli M., 2014. Water use efficiency of cultivated crops. eLS Citable Reviews in the Life Sciences", Wiley, Chichester, 13 p.

Peyraud J.L., Cellier P., Donnars C., Vertès F. (coordinateurs), Aarts F., Béline F., Bockstaller C., Bourblanc M., Delaby L., Dourmad J.Y., Dupraz P., Durand P., Faverdin P., Fiorelli J.L., Gaigné C., Girard A., Guillaume F., Kuikman P., Langlais A., Le Goffe P., Le Perchec S., Lescoat P., Morvan T., Nicourt C., Parnaudeau V., Réchauchère O., Rochette P., Veysset P., 2014. Réduire les pertes d'azote dans l'élevage. Editions Quae, Versailles, Collection : Matière à débattre et décider. 168 p.

2013

Dizengremel P., Jolivet Y., Tuzet A., Ranieri A., Le Thiec D., 2013. Integrative leaf-level phytotoxic ozone dose assessment for forest risk modelling. In: "Climate change, air pollution and global challenges: Understanding and perspectives from forest research", Matyssek, R., Clarke, N., Cudlin, P., Mikkelsen, T.N., Tuovinen, J.P., Wieser, G., Paoletti, E. (Eds.), Elsevier, Developments in Environmental Science Vol. 13,  13, 267-288.

Itier B., Le Bissonnais Y., Brisson N., Merot P., Gascuel C., 2013. Ressources en eau et qualité des sols. In: "S'adapter au changement climatique : agriculture, écosystèmes et territoires", Soussana, J.F. (Ed.), Editions Quae, Versailles, collection Synthèses,  Chapitre 12, 215-226.

Sutton M., Billen G., Cellier P., Erisman J.W., Mosier A.R., Nemitz E., van Grinsven H., Voss M., Reis S., Sprent J., Beier C., Skiba U. (Eds.), 2013. Nitrogen and global change.Biogeosciences - Special Issue.