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Spatialized N budgets in a large agricultural Mediterranean watershed: high loading and low transfer. Biogeosciences. 9(1):57-70.. 2012.
The contribution of food waste to global and European nitrogen pollution. Environmental Science & Policy. 33:186-195.. 2013.
How changes in diet and trade patterns have shaped the N cycle at the national scale: Spain (1961–2009). Regional Environmental Change.. 2013.
Large-scale patterns of river inputs in southwestern Europe: seasonal and interannual variations and potential eutrophication effects at the coastal zone. Biogeochemistry. 113(1-3):481-505.. 2013.
Managing soil carbon for climate change mitigation and adaptation in Mediterranean cropping systems: A meta-analysis. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 168:25-36.. 2013.
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 potential of organic fertilizers and water management to reduce N2O emissions in Mediterranean climate cropping systems. A review. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 164:32-52.. 2013.
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.
La place du transport de denrées agricoles dans le cycle biogéochimique de l'azote en France : un aspect de la spécialisation des territoires. Cahiers Agricultures. 25(1). 2016.
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.
Reducing marine eutrophication may require a paradigmatic change. Science of The Total Environment. 635:1444-1466.. 2018.
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.