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You will find below the list of publications resulting from work supported by LabEx BASC.

Acknowledgements in publications related to LabEx BASC


> Brun J., Jeuffroy M.H., Penicaud C., Cerf M., Meynard J.M., 2021. Designing a research agenda for coupled innovation towards sustainable agrifood systems. Agricultural Systems.

> Choquet P., Gabrielle B., Chalhoub M., Michelin J., Sauzet O., Scammacca O., Garnier P., Baveye P.C. and Montagne D., 2021. Comparison of empirical and process-based modelling to quantify soil-supported ecosysem services on the Saclay plateau (France). Ecosystem Services.

> Delaune T, Ouattara M S, Ballot R, Sausse C, Felix I, Maupas F, Chen M, Morison M, Makowski D, Barbu C. 2021. Landscape drivers of pests and pathogens abundance in arable crops. Ecography.

> Desbois D., Économie du stockage agricole de carbone dans les sols, Déméter 2021, pp. 134-136.**

> Mazé A., Domenech-Calabuig A., Goldringer I (2021) Restoring cultivated agrobiodiversity: The political ecology of knowledge networks between local peasant seed groups in France, Ecological Economics, 179.

> Sereni L., Guenet B., Lamy I., 2021. Does copper contamination affect soil CO2 emissions? A literature review. “Frontiers in Environmental Science,-Toxicology, Pollution and the Environment”.

> Vidal, T., Aissaoui, H., Rehali, S., and Andrieu, B. (2021). Two maize cultivars of contrasting leaf size show different leaf elongation rates with identical patterns of extension dynamics and coordination. AoB Plants. 


> Barberis D., Humblot P., Chiadmi I., Jayet P.-A., Lungarska A. and Ollier M. (2020), Climate Change and Irrigation Water: Should the North/South Hierarchy of Impacts on Agricultural Systems Be Reconsidered?, Environmental Modeling & Assessment, 24p,

> Bayramoglu, B., Chakir, R. & Lungarska (2020), Impacts of Land Use and Climate Change on Freshwater Ecosystems in France" Environmental Modeling and Assessment 25, 147–172.

> Becheler, A., Knowles, L.L., 2020. Occupancy spectrum distribution: application for coalescence simulation with generic mergers. Bioinformatics 36, 3279–3280.

> Ben Fradj, N., Rozakis, S., Borzęcka, M., Matyka, M., 2020. Miscanthus in the European bio-economy: A network analysis. Ind. Crops Prod. 148, 112281.

> Benoist R., Paquet S., Decourcelle F., Guez J, Jeannette R., Calatayud P.-A., Le Ru B., Mougel F. Kaiser L. 2020. Role of egg-laying behavior, virulence and local adaptation in a parasitoid’s chances of reproducing in a new host. J. Insect Physiol. 120, 103987.

> Berthet ET, Bosshardt S, Malicet-Chebbah L, Van Frank G, Weil B, Segrestin B, Rivière P, Bernard L, Baritaux E, Goldringer I, 2020. Designng innovative management for cultivated biodiversity: lessons from a pioneering collaboration between french farmers, facilitators and researchers around participatory bread wheat breeding. Sustainability. 12, 605.

> Boixel A.-L., Gélisse S., Marcel T., Suffert F., 2020. Differential tolerance to changes in high moisture regime during early infection stages in the fungal pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. bioRxiv.

> Castañeda I., Zarzoso-Lacoste D., Bonnaud E.. Feeding behaviour of red fox and domestic cat populations in suburban areas in 1 the south of Paris 2. Urban Ecosystems, Springer Verlag, 2020, 23 (4), pp.731-743. doi 10.1007/s11252-020-00948-whal-02985985

> Castañeda-Ccori, J.; Bilhaut, A.-G.; Mazé, A.; Fernández-Manjarrés, J., 2020. Unveiling Cacao Agroforestry Sustainability through the Socio-Ecological Systems Diagnostic Framework: The Case of Four Amazonian Rural Communities in Ecuador. Sustainability, 12, 5934.

> Chalhoub, M., Gabrielle, B.,  Tournebize, J., Chaumont, C., Maugis, P., Girardin, C., Montagne, D.,  Baveye, P.C., Garnier, P., 2020. Direct measurement of selected soil services in a drained agricultural field: Methodology development and case study in Saclay (France), Ecosystem Services Vol. 42, April 2020, 101088.

> Chassé, Pierre, Cogos, Sarah, Fouqueray, Timothée, 2020. La thèse interdisciplinaire en sciences de l’environnement, des défis à relever et des opportunités à saisir: regards de doctorants. Nat. Sci. Soc. 28, 159–168. 

> Davin, E.L., Rechid, D., Breil, M., Cardoso, R.M., Coppola, E., Hoffmann, P., Jach, L.L., Katragkou, E., de Noblet-Ducoudré, N., Radtke, K., Raffa, M., Soares, P.M.M., Sofiadis, G., Strada, S., Strandberg, G., Tölle, M.H., Warrach-Sagi, K., Wulfmeyer, V., 2020. Biogeophysical impacts of forestation in Europe: first results from the LUCAS (Land Use and Climate Across Scales) regional climate model intercomparison. Earth Syst. Dyn. 11, 183–200.

> Desbiez-Piat A., Le Rouzic A., Tenaillon M.I., Dillmann C. (2020) Interplay between high-drift and high-selection limits the genetic load in small selfing maize populations. bioRxiv:

> Diallo, M., Ollier, S., Mayeur, A., Fernández-Manjarrés, J., García-Fernández, A., Iriondo, J.M., Vaissière, A.-C., Colas, B., n.d. Plant translocations in Europe and the Mediterranean: Geographical and climatic directions and distances from source to host sites. J. Ecol. n/a.

> Desbois D., Modélisation structurelle: une application à l'évaluation de pratiques écosystémiques au niveau de la parcelle, Le Cahier des Techniques de l'Inra 2020 (101)** 

> Fouqueray, T., Frascaria-Lacoste, 2020. N. Social sciences have so much more to bring to climate studies in forest research: a French case study. Annals of Forest Science 77, 81. 

> Fouqueray T, Charpentier A, Trommetter M, Frascaria-Lacoste N, 2020. The calm before the storm: How climate change drives forestry evolutions. Forest Ecology and Management, 460, 117880

> Hardy, PY, Dray, A, Cornioley, T, David, M, Sabatier, R, Kernes, E, Souchère, V. (2020). Public policy design: Assessing the potential of new collective Agri-Environmental Schemes in the Marais Poitevin wetland region using a participatory approach, Land Use Policy, vol 97,

> Isbasoiu A., Jayet P.-A., De Cara S., (2020), Increasing food production and mitigating agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union: impacts of carbon pricing and calorie production targeting. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies,

> Jayet P.-A., Isbasoiu A., De Cara S. (2020), Slaughter cattle to secure food calories and reduce agricultural greenhouse gas emissions? Some prospective estimates for France. Review of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Studies, 101:67-90,

> Lamy I., Sereni L. & Guenet B.. 2020 ‘Sols contaminés, carbone organique des sols et dérèglement climatique : quelles relations ? ‘In « Les sols urbains sont-ils cultivables ? », Eds C. Mougin, F. Douay, M. Canavese, T. Lebeau, E. Rémy Partie 4 ‘Les sols urbains et périurbains aux mains de la Recherche’, Chapitre 1, Quae editions, Versailles**

> Le Gal, A., Robert, C., Accatino, F., Claessen, D. & J. Lecomte. (2020). Modelling the interactions between landscape structure and spatio-temporal dynamics of pest natural enemies: Implications for conservation biological control. Ecological Modelling. 420, 108912

> Mazé, A., Calabuig Domenech, A. & Goldringer, I. (2020): Commoning the seeds: alternative models of collective action and open innovation within French peasant seed groups for recreating local knowledge commons. Agriculture and Human Values. Special issue “Seed Commons”

>  Mougin C., Douay F., Canavese M., Lebeau T., Rémy E., coord. (2020), Les sols urbains sont-ils cultivables? Quae, ISBN 978-2-7592-3202-4, référence 02745.

> Nélieu, S., Lamy, I., Karolak, S., Delarue, G., Crouzet, O., Barraud, C., Bimbot, M., Allaoui, F., Hanot, C., Delorme, A., Lévi, Y., Hulot, F.D., Baudry, E., 2020. Impact of peri-urban landscape on the organic and mineral contamination of pond waters and related risk assessment. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res.

> Pelosi, C., Baudry, E., Schmidt, O., 2020. Comparison of the mustard oil and electrical methods for sampling earthworm communities in rural and urban soils. Urban Ecosyst.

> Petit S., Aviron S., Caquet T., Deconchat M., Gaba S., Gascuel C., Jactel H., Hannachi M., Lavigne C., Martinet V., Papaix J., Plantard O., Ranjard L., Voltz M. (2020). Valoriser les processus écologiques, hydrobiogéochimiques dans des paysages multifonctionnels. In Dedieu B., Detang-Dessandre C., Dupraz P., Hinsinger P., Médale F., Reboud X., Soussana J-F., and Thomas A. L’agroécologie : des recherches pour la transition des filières et des territoires. Collection Matière à débattre et décider, Éditions Quæ, pp.47-58, 2020, 978-2-7592-3129-4**

> Prudhomme R., De Palma A., Dumas P., Gonzalez R., Leadley P., Levrel H., Purvis A., and Brunelle T. (2020). Combining mitigation strategies to increase co-benefits for biodiversity and food security.  Environmental Research Letters, Volume 15, Number 11

> Prudhomme, R., Brunelle, T., Dumas, P., Le Moing, A., Zhang, X., 2020. Assessing the impact of increased legume production in Europe on global agricultural emissions. Reg. Environ. Chang. 20, 91.

> Rémy E., Gauthier N., Canavese M., « Les sols (péri)urbains à l’épreuve du discours sur le primat du local », Développement durable et territoires [En ligne], Vol. 11, n°1 | Avril 2020, mis en ligne le 30 avril 2020, consulté le 19 mars 2021. URL : ; 

>Sanané I., Legrand J., Dillmann C., Marion-Poll F. (2020) A semi-automated design for high-throughput Lepidoptera larvae feeding bioassays.

> Toffolini Q, euffroy MH, Meynard JM, Borg J, Enjalbert J, Gauffreteau A, Goldringer I, Lefèvre A, Loyce C, Martin P, Salembier C, Souchère V, Valantin-Morison M, Van Frank G, Prost L, 2020. Design as a source of renewal in the production of scientific knowledge in crop science. Agricultural Systems, 185, 102939 

> Vidal T., Andrieu B. (2020). Contrasting phenotypes emerging from stable rules: A model based on self-regulated control loops captures the dynamics of shoot extension in contrasting maize phenotypes. Annals of Botany 126: 615–633, 2020


> Albert, I., Makowski, D., 2019. Ranking crop species using mixed treatment comparisons. Res. Synth. Methods 10, 343–359.

> Accatino F., Tonda A., Dross C., Léger F., Tichit M., 2019. Trade-offs and synergies between livestock production and other ecosystem servicesAgricultural Systems, Volume 168, Pages 58-72. doi:10.1016/j.agsy.2018.08.002

> Balesdent MH, Coudard L, Pourcelot M, Leflon M, Delourme R, Faure S, Rouxel T, 2019.  Population de Phoma du colza : état des lieux des résistances. Phytoma 724 :30-35**

> Bayramoglu, B., Chakir, R. & Lungarska, "Impacts of Land Use and Climate Change on Freshwater Ecosystems in France" Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 2019.**

> Bedos C., Génermont S., Castell J.F., Cellier P., coords (Eds.), 2019. Agriculture et qualité de l’air. Comprendre, évaluer, agir.  Editions Quae, Versailles, collection Synthèses, 324 p.

> Beillouin, D., Ben-Ari, T., Makowski, D., 2019. A dataset of meta-analyses on crop diversification at the global scale. Data Br. 24, 103898.

> Berthet, E.T., Bretagnolle, V., Lavorel, S., Sabatier, R., Tichit, M., Segrestin, B., 2019. Applying ecological knowledge to the innovative design of sustainable agroecosystems. J. Appl. Ecol. 56, 44–51.

> Boixel, A.-L., Chelle, M., Suffert, F., 2019, Patterns of thermal adaptation in a worldwide plant pathogen: local diversity and plasticity reveal two-tier dynamics bioRxiv 2019.12.16.877696.

> Boixel, A.-L., Delestre, G., Legeay, J., Chelle, M., Suffert, F., 2019. Phenotyping Thermal Responses of Yeasts and Yeast-like Microorganisms at the Individual and Population Levels: Proof-of-Concept, Development and Application of an Experimental Framework to a Plant Pathogen. Microb. Ecol. 78, 42–56.

> Cornille, A., Antolín, F., Garcia, E., Vernesi, C., Fietta, A., Brinkkemper, O., Kirleis, W., Schlumbaum, A., Roldán-Ruiz, I., 2019. A Multifaceted Overview of Apple Tree Domestication. Trends Plant Sci. 24, 770–782.**

> Courtois, P., Gueye, M., Martinet, V., Préget, R., Salles, J.-M., SAUQUET, A., Soubeyran, R., Subervie, J., 2019. Quelles politiques publiques pour favoriser des paysages agricoles multifonctionnels ? In: Sandrine Petit, Claire Lavigne, dir., Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des cultures. Sciences en Partage (Quae). Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae.**

> Jallet AJ, Le Rouzic A., Genissel A. Evolution and plasticity of the transcriptome under temperature fluctuations in the fungal plant pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici. bioRxiv.

> Juhel, A.S., Barbu, C.M., Valantin-Morison, M., Gauffre, B., Leblois, R., Olivares, J., Franck, P., 2019. Limited genetic structure and demographic expansion of the Brassicogethes aeneus populations in France and in Europe. Pest Manag. Sci. 75, 667–675.

> Hannachi, M., Martinet V. (2019) Vers une co-conception de paysages pour la santé des plantes et avec des acteurs du territoire. In Sandrine Petit, Claire Lavigne, dir., Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des cultures. Sciences en Partage (Quae). Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae**

> Kerdraon L, Laval V, Suffert F, 2019. Microbiomes and pathogen survival in crop residues, an ecotone between plant and soil. Phytobiomes Journal 3: 246-255

> Le Gal, A., Robert, C., Accatino, F., Claessen, D. & J. Lecomte, 2019. Modelling the interactions between landscape structure and spatio-temporal dynamics of pest natural enemies: Implications for conservation biological control. Ecological Modelling.**

> Levé, M., Baudry, E., & Bessa-Gomes, C., 2019. Domestic gardens as favorable pollinator habitats in impervious landscapes. Science of the total environment, 647, 420-430.**

> Levitan, N., Kang, Y., Özdoğan, M., Magliulo, V., Castillo, P., Moshary, F., Gross, B., 2019. Evaluation of the uncertainty in satellite-based crop state variable retrievals due to site and growth stage specific factors and their potential in coupling with crop growth models. Remote Sens. 11, 1928.

> Martinet, V., David, M., Langlois, B., 2019, Evaluation économique du service de régulation de la santé des cultures. In Sandrine Petit, Claire Lavigne, dir., Paysage, biodiversité fonctionnelle et santé des cultures. Sciences en Partage (Quae). Versailles, FRA : Editions Quae.**

> Massad, R.S., Lathière, J., Strada, S., Perrin, M., Personne, E., Stéfanon, M., Stella, P., Szopa, S., de Noblet-Ducoudré, N., 2019. Reviews and syntheses: influences of landscape structure and land uses on local to regional climate and air quality. Biogeosciences 16, 2369–2408.

Muratet A, Chiron F, Muratet M, 2019. Manuel d’écologie urbaine. Édition Les presses du réel. ISBN : 978-2-37896-087-2, 151 pages.**

Peace, C.P., Bianco, L., Troggio, M., van de Weg, E., Howard, N.P., Cornille, A., Durel, C.-E., Myles, S., Migicovsky, Z., Schaffer, R.J., Costes, E., Fazio, G., Yamane, H., van Nocker, S., Gottschalk, C., Costa, F., Chagné, D., Zhang, X., Patocchi, A., Gardiner, S.E., Hardner, C., Kumar, S., Laurens, F., Bucher, E., Main, D., Jung, S., Vanderzande, S., 2019. Apple whole genome sequences: recent advances and new prospects. Hortic. Res. 6, 59.

> Tenaillon MI, Seddiki K, Mollion M, Le Guilloux M, Marchadier M, Ressayre A and Dillmann C. Transcriptomic response to selection for flowering time reveals convergence and key players of the underlying gene regulatory network. bioRxiv 471947, ver. 5 peer-reviewed and recommended by PCI Evolutionary Biology (2019).**

> Vaitkeviciute, J., Chakir, R., S Van Passel, S., 2019, Climate variable choice in Ricardian studies on European agriculture. Revue Economique. vol 70.**

> Vidal T, Andrieu B., 2019. Contrasting phenotypes emerging from stable rules: A model based on self-regulated control loops captures the dynamics of shoot extension in contrasting maize phenotypes. Ann Bot. 2019 Oct 19. pii: mcz168.


> Caubel J., Garcia de Cortazar-Ataurib I., Vivant A.C., Launay M., de Noblet-Ducoudré N. (2018). Assessing future meteorological stresses for grain maize in FranceAgricultural Systems 159: 237-247. doi:10.1016/j.agsy.2017.02.010

> Cernay C., Makowski D., Pelzer E. (2018). Preceding cultivation of grain legumes increases cereal yields under low nitrogen input conditions. Environ Chem Lett. Volume: 16 Issue: 2 Pages: 631-636. doi: 10.1007/s10311-017-0698-z

> Cernay C., Makowski D., Pelzer E. (2018). New Insights into the Yields of Underexploited Grain Legume Species: Waste Recycling and Fertilisation in Lichtfouse E. (Ed.), Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 32, pp.77-103. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-98914-3_4**

> Cheviron N., Grondin V., Mougin C. (2018). Biochem-Env: a platform of biochemistry for research in environmental and agricultural sciences. Environ Sci Pollut Res (2018) 25: 6154. doi:10.1007/s11356-017-8973-x**

> Dross C., Princé K., Jiguet F., Tichit M. (2018). Contrasting bird communities along production gradients of crops and livestock in French farmlands. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 253 (2018) 55–61. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2017.10.025

> Fernández-Manjarrés J. F., Roturier S. and Bilhaut A.-G. (2018). The emergence of the social-ecological  restoration concept. Restor Ecol. 26: 404-410. doi:10.1111/rec.12685

> Fernández-Manjarrés J. F., Ruiz-Benito P., Zavala M., Camarero J. J., Pulido F., Proença V., Navarro L., Sansilvestri R., Granda E., Marqués L., Temunovič M., Bertelsmeier C., Drobinski P., Roturier S., Benito-Garzón M., Cortazar-Atauri I. G., Simon L., Dupas S., Levrel H., Sautier M. (2018). Forest  Adaptation to Climate Change along Steep Ecological Gradients: The Case of the Mediterranean-Temperate Transition in South-Western Europe. Sustainability 10, no. 9: 3065. doi:10.3390/su10093065

> Fouqueray T, Charpentier A, Trommetter M, Frascaria-Lacoste N, 2018. Is Adaptation to Climate Change Threatening Forest Biodiversity? A Comparative and Interdisciplinary Study Case of Two French Forests, in Handbook of Climate Change and Biodiversity, 337-334.

> Fouqueray T., Trommetter M., Frascaria-Lacoste N. (2018). Managed retreat of settlements and infrastructures: ecological restoration as an opportunity to overcome maladaptive coastal development in FranceRestoration Ecology. doi:10.1111/rec.12685

> Joimel S., Grard B., Auclerc A., Hedde M., Le Doaré N., Salmon S., Chenu C. (2018). Are Collembola "flying" onto green roofsEcological Engineering, 111: 117–124. doi:10.1016/j.ecoleng.2017.12.002

Kim, H., Rosa, I.M.D., Alkemade, R., Leadley, P., Hurtt, G., Popp, A., van Vuuren, D.P., Anthoni, P., Arneth, A., Baisero, D., Caton, E., Chaplin-Kramer, R., Chini, L., De Palma, A., Di Fulvio, F., Di Marco, M., Espinoza, F., Ferrier, S., Fujimori, S., Gonzalez, R.E., Gueguen, M., Guerra, C., Harfoot, M., Harwood, T.D., Hasegawa, T., Haverd, V., Havlík, P., Hellweg, S., Hill, S.L.L., Hirata, A., Hoskins, A.J., Janse, J.H., Jetz, W., Johnson, J.A., Krause, A., Leclère, D., Martins, I.S., Matsui, T., Merow, C., Obersteiner, M., Ohashi, H., Poulter, B., Purvis, A., Quesada, B., Rondinini, C., Schipper, A.M., Sharp, R., Takahashi, K., Thuiller, W., Titeux, N., Visconti, P., Ware, C., Wolf, F., Pereira, H.M., 2018. A protocol for an intercomparison of biodiversity and ecosystem services models using harmonized land-use and climate scenarios. Geosci. Model Dev. 11, 4537–4562.

> Lungarska A., Chakir R. (2018). Climate-induced Land Use Change in France: Impacts of Agricultural Adaptation and Climate Change MitigationEcological Economics, 147: 134-154. doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.12.030  

> Mougin C., Bouchez A., Denaix L., Garric J., Martin-Laurent F. (2018). ECOTOX, new questions for terrestrial and aquatic  ecotoxicologyEnviron Sci Pollut Res. doi:10.1007/s11356-018-3179-4

> Perronne, R., Goldringer, I. (2018). Application of a partitioning procedure based on Rao quadratic entropy index to characterize the temporal evolution of in situ varietal and genetic diversity of bread wheat in France over the period 1981-2006Theor Appl Genet (2018) 131: 775. doi:10.1007/s00122-017-3034-x

> Petit C., Levavasseur F., Verger Y. (2018). Reconnecter villes et campagnes: vers des symbioses agricoles et agri-urbaines? Une exploration sur le plateau de Saclay. VertigO - la revue électronique en sciences de l'environnement [En ligne], Hors-série 31 | septembre 2018. doi:10.4000/vertigo.21809**

> Suffert F., Goyeau H., Sache I., Carpentier F., Gélisse S.,  Morais D., Delestre G. (2018). Epidemiological trade-off between intra- and interannual scales in the evolution of aggressiveness in a local plant pathogen population. Evolutionary Applications. doi: 10.1111/eva.12588**

> Traoré, H., Crouzet, O., Mamy, L. et al.(2018). Clustering  pesticides according to their molecular properties, fate, and effects by considering additional ecotoxicological parameters in the TyPol methodEnviron Sci Pollut Res (2018) 25: 4728. doi:10.1007/s11356-017-0758-8**

> Verger Y., Petit C., Barles S., Billen G., Garnier J., Houot S., Esculier F., Maugis P. (2018). A N, P, C, and water flows metabolism study in a peri-urban territory in France: The case-study of the Saclay plateau. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 137: 200-213. doi:10.1016/j.resconrec.2018.06.007

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