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The food-print of Paris: long-term reconstruction of the nitrogen flows imported into the city from its rural hinterland. Regional Environmental Change. 9(1):13-24.. 2009.
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Nitrate retention at the river–watershed interface: a new conceptual modeling approach. Biogeochemistry. 139(1):31-51.. 2018.
Grain, meat and vegetables to feed Paris: where did and do they come from? Localising Paris food supply areas from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century Regional Environmental Change. 12(2):325-335.. 2012.
Modelling the N cascade in regional watersheds: The case study of the Seine, Somme and Scheldt rivers. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 133(3-4):234-246.. 2009.
A simplified algorithm for calculating benthic nutrient fluxes in river systems. Annales de Limnologie - International Journal of Limnology. 51(1):37-47.. 2015.
Localising the nitrogen imprint of the Paris food supply: the potential of organic farming and changes in human diet. Biogeosciences. 9(1):607-616.. 2012.
The nitrogen cascade from agricultural soils to the sea: modelling nitrogen transfers at regional watershed and global scales. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 368:20130123-20130123.. 2013.
The Seine system: Introduction to a multidisciplinary approach of the functioning of a regional river system. Science of The Total Environment. 375(1-3):1-12.. 2007.
Pour s’alimenter, Paris a le choix entre se tourner vers ses terres ou vers la mer. La revue Durable. 43:24-27.. 2011.
A long-term view of nutrient transfers through the Seine river continuum. Science of The Total Environment. 375(1-3):80-97.. 2007.
Nitrogen flows from European watersheds to coastal marine waters. European Nitrogen Assessment. :271-297.. 2011.