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Alletto L, Pot V, Giuliano S, Costes M, Perdrieux F, Justes E.  2015.  Temporal variation in soil physical properties improves the water dynamics modeling in a conventionally-tilled soil. Geoderma. 243-244:18-28.
Monga O., Garnier P, Pot V, Coucheney E., Nunan N, Otten W., Chenu C.  2014.  Simulating microbial degradation of organic matter in a simple porous system using the 3-D diffusion-based model MOSAIC. Biogeosciences. 11(8):2201-2209.
Filipović V, Coquet Y, Pot V, Houot S, Benoit P.  2014.  Modeling the effect of soil structure on water flow and isoproturon dynamics in an agricultural field receiving repeated urban waste compost application. Science of The Total Environment. 499:546-559.
Vogel LE, Makowski D, Garnier P, Vieublé-Gonod L, Coquet Y, Raynaud X, Nunan N, Chenu C, Falconer R, Pot V.  2015.  Modeling the effect of soil meso- and macropores topology on the biodegradation of a soluble carbon substrate. Advances in Water Resources. 83:123-136.
Pot V, Benoit P, Menn M L, Eklo O-M, Sveistrup T, Kvaerner J.  2011.  Metribuzin transport in undisturbed soil cores under controlled water potential conditions: experiments and modelling to evaluate the risk of leaching in a sandy loam soil profile. Pest Management Science. 67(4):397-407.
Peth S, Chenu C, Leblond N, Mordhorst A, Garnier P, Nunan N, Pot V, Ogurreck M, Beckmann F.  2014.  Localization of soil organic matter in soil aggregates using synchrotron-based X-ray microtomography. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 78:189-194.
Pot V, Genty A.  2007.  Dispersion dependence on retardation in a real fracture geometry using lattice-gas cellular automaton.. Advances in Water Resources. 30:273-283.
Marín-Benito J.M., Pot V, Alletto L, Mamy L, Bedos C, Barriuso E, Benoit P.  2014.  Comparison of three pesticide fate models with respect to the leaching of two herbicides under field conditions in an irrigated maize cropping system. Science of The Total Environment. 499:533-545.