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Organic matter dynamics and budgets in the turbidity maximum zone of the Seine Estuary (France). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 77(1):150-162.. 2008.
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Curative vs. preventive management of nitrogen transfers in rural areas: Lessons from the case of the Orgeval watershed (Seine River basin, France). Journal of Environmental Management. 144:125-134.. 2014.
Nitrous oxide (N2O) in the Seine river and basin: Observations and budgets. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 133(3-4):223-233.. 2009.
Long-term changes in greenhouse gas emissions from French agriculture and livestock (1852–2014): From traditional agriculture to conventional intensive systems. Science of The Total Environment. 660:1486-1501.. 2019.
Budget of methane emissions from soils, livestock and the river network at the regional scale of the Seine basin (France). Biogeochemistry.. 2013.
Transformations of nutrients (N, P, Si) in the turbidity maximum zone of the Seine estuary and export to the sea. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 90(3):129-141.. 2010.
How can water quality be improved when the urban waste water directive has been fulfilled? A case study of the Lot river (France) Environmental Science and Pollution Research.. 2018.
Modeling historical changes in nutrient delivery and water quality of the Zenne River (1790s–2010): The role of land use, waterscape and urban wastewater management. Journal of Marine Systems.. 2012.
Phosphorus budget in the water-agro-food system at nested scales in two contrasted regions of the world (ASEAN-8 and EU-27). Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 29(9):1348-1368.. 2015.
Nitrogen Behaviour and Nitrous Oxide Emission in the Tidal Seine River Estuary (France) as Influenced by Human Activities in the Upstream Watershed. Biogeochemistry. 77(3):305-326.. 2006.
Reconnecting crop and cattle farming to reduce nitrogen losses to river water of an intensive agricultural catchment (Seine basin, France): past, present and future. Environmental Science & Policy. 63:76-90.. 2016.