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Books, Chapters 2015 - UMR EcoSys

Books, Chapters, published reports, proceedings

2015

Books, Proceedings, Reports :

Charbonnier E., Ronceux A., Carpentier A.S., Soubelet H., Barriuso E. (coords.), 2015. Pesticides : des impacts aux changements de pratiques.   Editions Quae, Versailles,  (juin 2015). 400 p.

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. incluant les chapitres :

Michaud A., Heurtaux M. (Eds.), 2015. Réseau PRO : Réseau opérationnel d’essais au champ pour l’étude de la valeur agronomique et des impacts environnementaux et sanitaires des Produits Résiduaires Organiques recyclés en agriculture - Actes du 3ème colloque du programme GESSOL du MEDDE, Paris.

Pellerin S., Bamière L., Angers D., Beline F., Benoit M., Butault J.-P., Chenu C., Colnenne-David C., De Cara S., Delame N., Doreau M., Dupraz P., Faverdin P., Garcia-Launay F., Hassouna M., Hénault C., Jeuffroy M.-H., Klumpp K., Metay A., Moran D., Recous S., Samson E., Savini I., Pardon L., 2015. Agriculture et gaz à effet de serre - Dix actions pour réduire les émissions. Editions Quae, Versailles. 200 p. isbn 978-2-7592-2314-5  http://www.quae.com/fr/r4637-agriculture-et-gaz-a-effet-de-serre.html

Books Chapters :

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., 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.

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., 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.

Chenu C., contrib., 2015. Contribution à l'ouvrage : "Agriculture et gaz à effet de serre - Dix actions pour réduire les émissions", Pellerin, S., Bamière, L., Pardon, L. (Eds.), Editions Quae, Versailles. Collection Matière à débattre et décider.

Chenu C., Rumpel C., Lehmann J., 2015. Methods for studying soil organic matter: Nature, dynamics, spatial accessibility, and Interactions with minerals. In: "Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry", Eldor, A.P. (Ed.), Academic Press, London (GBR),   383-419. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780124159556

de Alencastro L.F., Andrieux P., Bedos C., Benoit P., Briand O., Brunet Y., Carluer N., Cattan P., Chevreuil M., Coquet Y., Delmas F., Gouy V., Mellouki W., Réal B., Vernier F., contributeurs, 2015. Transferts de pesticides et réduction de la contamination de l’environnement. In: "Pesticides : des impacts aux changements de pratiques ", Charbonnier, E., Ronceux, A., Carpentier, A.S., Soubelet, H., Barriuso, E., (coords.), Editions Quae. Collection Savoir-Faire, Versailles,   15-46.

Essaïd A.B., Aubertot J.N., Capowiez Y., Chauvel B., Colbach N., Faure D., Guichard L., Gross H., Lavelle P., Lescourret F., Munier-Jolain N., Robert C., Robin M.H., Simonin P., Tixier P., Valantin-Morison M., 2015. Pratiques agronomiques innovantes pour réduire l'utilisation des pesticides. In: "Pesticides : des impacts aux changements de pratiques ", Charbonnier, E., Ronceux, A., Carpentier, A.S., Soubelet, H., Barriuso, E., (coords.), Editions Quae. Collection Savoir-Faire, Versailles.

Keichinger O., Benoit P., Boivin A., Bourrain X., Briand O., Chabert A., Domange N., Dubus I., Gouy V., Guichard L., Pitrel M., Pleyber E., Roulier S., Zahm F., Bockstaller C., 2015. GUIDE : développement d'un outil d'aide à la sélection d'indicateurs de risques liés à la présence des produits phytopharmaceutiques dans les milieux aquatiques - Mise au point, applications et perspectives. In: "Gestion de la contamination des eaux par les pesticides et de ses impacts", ONEMA,  Chap. 2, 7 p. (sous presse) Collection Comprendre pour Agir.

Le Gall C., Cellier P., Hénault C., 2015. Emissions par les sols du gaz à effet de serre N2O. In: "Empreinte carbone : évaluer et agir", Bourges, B., Broc, J.-S., Gourdon, T. (Eds.), Transvalor - Presses des Mines, Paris,   27-50. http://www.pressesdesmines.com/media/extrait/EmprCarb-Extr.pdf  http://www.pressesdesmines.com/developpement-durable/empreinte-carbone-evaluer-et-agir.html
 

Pérès G., Chenu C., 2015. Soils and biodiversity. In: "Task Force: Soil Matters – Solutions under foot", Nortcliff, S. (Ed.), IUSS. Catena Verlag, GeoEcology Essays,   70-72. http://www.iuss.org/index.php?article_id=591

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.

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

Chapters of the book "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., et al, 2015. In-Canopy Turbulence—State of the Art and Potential Improvements. pp. 215-223.