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Pey B, Laporte M-A, Nahmani J, Auclerc A, Capowiez Y, Caro G, Cluzeau D, Cortet J, Decaëns T, Dubs F et al..  2014.  A Thesaurus for Soil Invertebrate Trait-Based Approaches. PLoS ONE. 9(10):e108985.
Ayoub K, Nélieu S, van Hullebusch ED, Maia-Grondard A, Cassir M, Bermond A.  2011.  TNT oxidation by Fenton reaction: Reagent ratio effect on kinetics and early stage degradation pathways. Chemical Engineering Journal. 173(2):309-317.
Le T P Q, Dao VNga, Rochelle-Newall E, Garnier J, Lu XX, Billen G, Duong TThuy, Ho CTu, Etcheber H, Nguyen TMai Huong et al..  2017.  Total organic carbon fluxes of the Red River system (Vietnam). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
Lerat J, Perrin C, Andreassian V, Loumagne C, Ribstein P.  2012.  Towards robust methods to couple lumped rainfall–runoff models and hydraulic models: A sensitivity analysis on the Illinois River. Journal of Hydrology. 418-419:123-135.
Lerch TZ, Dignac M-F, Barriuso E, Bardoux G, Mariotti A.  2007.  Tracing 2,4-D metabolism in Cupriavidus necator JMP134 with 13C-labelling technique and fatty acid profiling.. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 71:162-174.
Allard T, Weber T, Bellot C, Damblans C, Bardy M, Bueno GT, Nascimento NR, Fritsch E, Benedetti MF.  2011.  Tracing source and evolution of suspended particles in the Rio Negro Basin (Brazil) using chemical species of iron. Chemical Geology. 280(1-2):79-88.
Puga-Freitas R, Belkacem L, Barot S, Bertrand M, Roger-Estrade J, Blouin M.  2016.  Transcriptional profiling of wheat in response to take-all disease and mechanisms involved in earthworm’s biocontrol effect. European Journal of Plant Pathology. 144(1):155-165.
Bourgin F, Andreassian V, Perrin C, Oudin L.  2015.  Transferring global uncertainty estimates from gauged to ungauged catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19(5):2535-2546.
Servien R, Mamy L, Li Z, Rossard V, Latrille E, Bessac F, Patureau D, Benoit P.  2014.  TyPol - A new methodology for organic compounds clustering based on their molecular characteristics and environmental behavior. Chemosphere. 111:613-622.

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