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Books, Chapters - Soil Team

Years 2012-2019

Update : October 2018

2018

Aemig, Q., Houot, S., Deschamps, M., Mougin, C., Corbel, S., Patureau, D., 2018. Contaminants organiques persistants et émergents : dissipation au cours du compostage et impacts sur les organismes des sols. In: Amaury de Guardia, Le traitement par compostage des déchets organiques (p. Chapitre 10). Tec & Doc (Lavoisier). Paris, FRA : Editions Tec & Doc Lavoisier. 664 p.

Hedde, M., Capowiez, Y., Cortet, J., Mougin, C.Pelosi, C.,Vieublé, L., Villenave, C., Martin-Laurent, F., 2018. Effets de l’apport de composts sur la biodiversité des sols. In: Amaury de Guardia, Le traitement par compostage des déchets organiques (p. Chapitre 6). Tec & Doc (Lavoisier). Paris, FRA : Editions Lavoisier. 664 p

Rumpel, C., Chabbi, A., 2019. Plant-Soil interactions control CNP coupling and decoupling processes in agroecosystems with perennial vegetation. In: Gilles Lemaire, Paulo Carvalho, Scott Kronberg, Sylvie Recous, dir., Agro-ecosystem diversity: Reconciling contemporary agriculture and environment quality (p. 3-13). Elsevier, Academic Press. 478 p. 

2016

Bispo, A., Guellier, C., Martin, E., Sapijanskas, J., Soubelet, H., Chenu, C. Intégrer leur multifonctionnalité pour une gestion durable. Les sols, Editions Quæ Collection Savoir faire, 384 p. isbn 978-2-7592-2392-3

Houot  S., Pons M.N., Pradel M., Tibi A., coord. (Eds.), 2016. Recyclage de déchets organiques en agriculture.   Éditions Quæ, Collection Matière à débattre et décider, 200 p. isbn 978-2-7592-2509-5

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

Charbonnier E., Ronceux A., Carpentier A.S., Soubelet H., Barriuso E., coords. (Eds.), 2015. Pesticides : des impacts aux changements pratiques. Collection Savoir-faire.  Editions Quae, Versailles, 400 p.

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.

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.

Charbonnier E., Barriuso E. (coord.) 2014. Pesticides: des impacts aux changements de pratiques. Colloque de restitution des appels à propositions de recherche (APR) du programme Pesticides: Présentation des résultats finaux des projets de l'APR 2009 et des résultats intermédiaires des projets de l'APR 2011, Angers, France, 04-06/11/2014, 114 p.

Houot S., Pons M.N., Pradel M., Tibi A., coords, et_al, 2014. Valorisation des matières fertilisantes d'origine résiduaire sur les sols à usage agricole ou forestier. Impacts agronomiques, environnementaux, socio-économiques. Rapport d'expertise, Expertise scientifique collective, INRA-CNRS-Irstea. INRA,  Rapport intégral, 930 p. Synthèse du rapport, 8 p. https://www6.paris.inra.fr/depe/Projets/Mafor

2013

Blanchoud H., Barriuso E., Nicola L., Schott C., Roose-Amsaleg C., Tournebize J., 2013. La contamination de l'Orgeval par les pesticides, une préoccupation de longue date. In: "L'observation long terme en environnement. Exemple du bassin versant de l'Orgeval", Loumagne, C., Tallec, G., coords (Eds.), Editions Quae, Versailles,  9, 159-174.

Cambier P., Houot S., Vallez G., Bacheley H., et_al, coord. (Eds.), 2013. RAMIRAN 2013 15th International Conference Recycling of organic residues in agriculture: From waste management to ecosystem services, Versailles, 3-5 juin 2013, Book of Abstracts, INRA, VEOLIA Environnement. 332 p.

2012

Coquet Y., Mougin C. (Eds.), 2012. Le sol face aux changements globaux.Actes des Journées d'Etude des Sols JES 2012, INRA AFES AgroParisTech, Versailles (FRA), 485 p.

Papy F., Houot S., 2012. Le bouclage des flux organiques entre villes et campagnes. In: "Nouveaux rapports à la nature dans les campagnes", Papy, F., Mathieu, N., Ferauld, C. (Eds.), Editions Quae, Versailles, collection "Indisciplines",  Chap. 4, 71-84.