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.
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.
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.
N, P, Si budgets for the Red River Delta (northern Vietnam): how the delta affects river nutrient delivery to the sea. Biogeochemistry. 107(1-3):241-259.. 2012.
Nitrogen fluxes from the landscape are controlled by net anthropogenic nitrogen inputs and by climate. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 10(1):37-43.. 2012.
Restoration of ponds in rural landscapes: Modelling the effect on nitrate contamination of surface water (the Seine River Basin, France). Science of The Total Environment. 430:280-290.. 2012.
Spatialized N budgets in a large agricultural Mediterranean watershed: high loading and low transfer. Biogeosciences. 9(1):57-70.. 2012.
Budget of N2O emissions at the watershed scale: role of land cover and topography (the Orgeval basin, France). Biogeosciences Discussions. 8(6):10823-10857.. 2011.
Cost assessment and ecological effectiveness of nutrient reduction options for mitigating Phaeocystis colony blooms in the Southern North Sea: An integrated modeling approach. Science of The Total Environment. 409(11):2179-2191.. 2011.
Coupled biogeochemical cycles: eutrophication and hypoxia in temperate estuaries and coastal marine ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 9(1):18-26.. 2011.
Nitrogen cycling in a hypothetical scenario of generalised organic agriculture in the Seine, Somme and Scheldt watersheds. Regional Environmental Change. 11(2):359-370.. 2011.
Nitrogen flows from European watersheds to coastal marine waters. European Nitrogen Assessment. :271-297.. 2011.
Pour s’alimenter, Paris a le choix entre se tourner vers ses terres ou vers la mer. La revue Durable. 43:24-27.. 2011.
Reactive nitrogen as a threat to European water quality. European Nitrogen Assessment.. 2011.
Hydrological regime and water budget of the Red River Delta (Northern Vietnam). Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 37(3):219-228.. 2010.
Nutrient (N, P, Si) transfers in the subtropical Red River system (China and Vietnam): Modelling and budget of nutrient sources and sinks. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 37(3):259-274.. 2010.
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.
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.
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.
Nitrous oxide (N2O) in the Seine river and basin: Observations and budgets. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 133(3-4):223-233.. 2009.
Nitrous oxide emissions from denitrifying activated sludge of urban wastewater treatment plants, under anoxia and low oxygenation. Bioresource Technology. 99(7):2200-2209.. 2008.
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.
The changing flow regime and sediment load of the Red River, Viet Nam. Journal of Hydrology. 334(1-2):199-214.. 2007.
An integrated modelling approach to forecast the impact of human pressure in the Seine estuary. Hydrobiologia. 588(1):13-29.. 2007.
Long term prospective of the Seine River system: Confronting climatic and direct anthropogenic changes. Science of The Total Environment. 375(1-3):292-311.. 2007.