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Scientific papers


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  • Henry M., Cerrutti N., Aupinel P., Decourtye A., Gayrard M., Odoux J.F., Pissard A., Ruger C., Bretagnolle V. 2015. Reconciling laboratory and field assessments of neonicotinoid toxicity to honeybees. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 282:1819.
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  • Pelosi, C., Toutous, L., Chiron, F., Dubs, F., Hedde, M., Muratet, A. ... & Makowski, D. (2013). Reduction of pesticide use can increase earthworm populations in wheat crops in a European temperate region. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 181:223-230.
  • Queyrel W. 2014. Modélisation du devenir des pesticides dans les sols à partir d'un modèle agronomique : évaluation sur le long terme. Doctorat UPMC. ED GRN. Pp 284
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  • GAILLARD J., THOMAS M., IURETIG A., PALLEZ C., FEIDT C., DAUCHY X., BANAS D. 2016. Barrage fishponds: reduction of pesticide concentration peaks and associated risk of adverse ecological effects in downstream rivers. Journal of Environmental Management, 169: 261-271.
  • GAILLARD J., THOMAS M., LAZARTIGUES A., BONNEFILLE B., PALLEZ C., DAUCHY X., FEIDT C., BANAS D. (2016) Potential of barrage fish ponds for the mitigation of pesticide pollution in streams. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23: 23-35.
  • LAZARTIGUES A., BANAS D., FEIDT C., BRUN-BELLUT J., GARDEUR J.N., LE ROUX Y., THOMAS M. (2013) Pesticide pressure and fish farming in barrage pond in North-eastern France. Part III: How management can affect pesticide profiles in edible fish? Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20:126-135.
  • LAZARTIGUES A., THOMAS M., BANAS D., BRUN-BELLUT J., CREN-OLIVÉ C., FEIDT C. (2013) Accumulation and half-lives of 13 pesticides in muscle tissue of freshwater fishes through food exposure. Chemosphere, 91: 530-535.
  • LAZARTIGUES A., THOMAS M., CREN-OLIVE C., BRUN-BELLUT J., LE ROUX Y., BANAS D., FEIDT C. (2013) Pesticide pressure and fish farming in barrage pond in North-eastern France. Part II: Residues of 13 pesticides in water, sediments, edible fish and their relationships. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20: 117-125.
  • MONTARGES-PELLETIER E., DURIEZ C, GHANBAJA J., KHOLER A., MOUTON L., FALKENBERG G., JEANNEAU L., MICHOT L.J. (2014) Micro-scale investigations of the fate of heavy metals associated to iron-bearing colloids in a highly polluted stream. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 21: 2744-2760.
  • NUTTENS A., CHATELLIER S., DEVIN S., GUIGNARD C., LENOUVEL A., GROSS E.M. 2016. Does nitrate co-pollution affect biological responses of an aquatic plant to two common herbicides? 177, 355-364.
  • VALLÉE R., DOUSSET S., BILLET D. (2016) Influence of substrate water saturation on pesticide dissipation in constructed wetlands. Environ Sci Pollut Res, 23: 109-119.
  • VALLÉE R., DOUSSET S., BILLET D. (2015) Water residence time and pesticide removal in pilot-scale wetlands. Ecological Engineering, 85, 76–84.
  • VALLÉE R., DOUSSET S., BILLET D., BENOIT M. (2014) Sorption of selected pesticides on soils, sediment and straw from a constructed agricultural drainage ditch or pond. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 21: 4895-4905.
  • VALLÉE R., DOUSSET S., SCHOTT F-X., DAUCHY X., PALLEZ C., ORTAR A., CHERRIER R., MUNOZ J-F., BENOIT M. (2015) Do constructed wetlands in grass strips reduce water contamination from drained fields? Environ Pollut, 207:365–373.
  • VELLINGER C., GISMONDI E., FELTEN V., ROUSSELLE P., MEHENNAOUI K., PARANT M. & USSEGLIO-POLATERA P. (2013) Single and combined effects of cadmium and arsenate in Gammarus pulex (Crustacea, Amphipoda): understanding the links between physiological and behavioural responses. Aquatic Toxicology, 140: 106-116.

ZABR-Ardières :


  • ARTIGAS J., PASCAULT N., BOUCHEZ A., CHASTAINE J., DEBROAS D., HUMBERT J.F., LELOUP J., TADONLEKE R.D., TER HALLE A., PESCE S. 2014. Comparative sensitivity to the fungicide tebuconazole of biofilm and plankton microbial communities in freshwater ecosystems. Sci Total Environ 468-469:326-336.
  • ASSOUMANI A., COQUERY M., LIGER L., MAZZELLA N., MARGOUM C. 2015. Field application of passive SBSE for the monitoring of pesticides in surface waters. Environ Sci Pollut Res 22(6):3997-4008.
  • ASSOUMANI, A., LISSALDE, S., MARGOUM, C., MAZZELLA, N., COQUERY, M. - 2013. In situ application of stir bar sorptive extraction as a passive sampling technique for the monitoring of agricultural pesticides in surface waters. Science of the Total Environment, vol. 463-464, p. 829-835.ASSOUMANI, A., MARGOUM, C., CHATAING, S., GUILLEMAIN, C., LIGER, L., COQUERY, C. - 2013. Development and in situ application of stir bar sorptive extraction for the determination of agricultural pesticides in surface water. Spectra Analyse, vol.291, p. 47-51.
  • ASSOUMANI, A., MARGOUM, C., GUILLEMAIN, C., COQUERY, M. - 2014. Use of experimental designs for the optimization of stir bar sorptive extraction coupled to GC-MS/MS and comprehensive validation for the quantification of pesticides in freshwaters. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol. 406, n° 11, p. 2559-2570.
  • CARLUER, N., LAUVERNET, C., NOLL, D., MUNÕZ-CARPENA. -2016. Defining context-specific scenarios to design vegetated buffer zones that limit pesticide transfer via surface runoff. Science of the Total Environment. vol.575, p. 701-712.
  • DJABELKHIR, K., LAUVERNET, C. KRAFT, P., CARLUER, N. -2017. Development of a dual permeability model within a hydrological catchment modeling framework: 1D application. Science of the Total Environment. v.575 pp.1429-1437.
  • DEVERS LAMRANI, M., PESCE, S., ROUARD, N., MARTIN LAURENT, F. - 2014. Evidence for cooperative mineralization of diuron by Arthrobacter sp. BS2 and Achromobacter sp. SP1 isolated from a mixed culture enriched from diuron exposed environments. Chemosphere, vol. 117, p. 208-215.
  • DOUSSET S., THEVENOT M., SCHRACK D., GOUY V., CARLUER N. 2010. Effect of grass cover on water and pesticide transport through undisturbed soil columns, comparison with field study (Morcille watershed, Beaujolais). Environ Pollut 158:2446-2453.
  • FAUVELLE, V., MAZZELLA, N., MORIN, S., MOREIRA, S., DELEST, B., BUDZINSKI, H. - 2015. Hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry for acidic herbicides and metabolites analysis in fresh water. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, n° 6, p. 3988-3996.
  • FOULQUIER, A., MORIN, S., DABRIN, A., MAZZELLA, N., PESCE, S. - 2015. Effects of mixtures of dissolved and particulate contaminants on phototrophic biofilms: new insights from a PICT approach combining toxicity tests with passive samplers and model substances. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, n° 6, p. 4025-4036.
  • GATEL, L., LAUVERNET, C., CARLUER, N., PANICONI, C. -2016. Effect of surface and subsurface heterogeneity on the hydrological response of a grassed buffer zone. Journal of Hydrology. 542, p. 637-647.
  • KIM TIAM, S., LIBERT, X., MORIN, S., GONZALEZ, P., FEURTET MAZEL, A., MAZZELLA, N. - 2014. Single and mixture effects of pesticides and a degradation product on fluvial biofilms. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol. 186, p. 3931-3939.
  • KIM TIAM, S., MORIN, S., PESCE, S., FEURTET-MAZEL, A., MOREIRA, A., GONZALEZ, P., MAZZELLA, N. - 2014. Environmental effects of realistic pesticide mixtures on natural biofilm communities with different exposure histories. Science of the Total Environment, vol. 473-474, p. 496-506.
  • KIM TIAM, S., LAVIALE, M., FEURTET MAZEL, A., JAN, G., GONZALEZ, P., MAZZELLA, N., MORIN, S. - 2015. Herbicide toxicity on river biofilms assessed by pulse amplitude modulated (PAM) fluorometry. Aquatic Toxicology, vol. 165, p. 160-171.
  • KIM TIAM, S., MORIN, S., BONET, B., GUASCH, H., FEURTET MAZEL, A., EON, M., GONZALEZ, P., MAZZELLA, N. - 2015. Is the toxicity of pesticide mixtures on river biofilm accounted for solely by the major compounds identified?. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, p. 4009-4024.
  • LACAZE E., DEVAUX A., MONS R., BONY S., GARRIC J., GEFFARD A., GEFFARD O. 2011. DNA damage in caged Gammarus fossarum amphipods: A tool for freshwater genotoxicity assessment. Envir Pollut 159(6):1682-1691.
  • LAMBERT, A.S., PESCE, S., FOULQUIER, A., GAHOU, J., COQUERY, M., DABRIN, A. - 2015. Improved short-term toxicity test protocol to assess metal tolerance in phototrophic periphyton: Toward standardization of PICT approaches. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, n° 6, p. 4037-4045.
  • LAMBERT, A.S., DABRIN, A., MORIN, S., GAHOU, J., FOULQUIER, A., COQUERY, M., PESCE, S. - 2016. Temperature modulates phototrophic periphyton response to chronic copper exposure. Environmental Pollution, vol. 208, p. 821-829.
  • LE DREAU, M., CHAUMOT, A., FOULQUIER, A., FRANçOIS, A., GEFFARD, O., MARGOUM, C., PESCE, S., MARTIN, C., MAZZELLA, N., GOUY, V. - 2015. Outils intégratifs pour évaluer l'impact des pratiques phytosanitaires sur les cours d'eau. Innovations Agronomiques, vol. 46, p. 51-61.
  • LISSALDE, S., MAZZELLA, N., MAZELLIER, P. - 2014. Polar organic chemical integrative samplers for pesticides monitoring: Impacts of field exposure conditions. Science of the Total Environment, vol. 488-489, p. 188-196.
  • MARGOUM, C., MORIN, S., MAZZELLA, N. - 2015. Potential toxicity of pesticides in freshwater environments: passive sampling, exposure and impacts on biofilms: the PoToMAC project. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, n° 6, p. 3985-3987.
  • MOISSET, S., KIM TIAM, S., FEURTET MAZEL, A., MORIN, S., DELMAS, F., MAZZELLA, N., GONZALEZ, P. - 2015. Genetic and physiological responses of three freshwater diatoms to realistic diuron exposures. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, p. 4046-4055.
  • MONTUELLE B., DORIGO U., BERARD A., VOLAT B., BOUCHEZ A., TLILI A., GOUY V., PESCE S. 2010. The periphyton as a multimetric bioindicator for assessing the impact of land use on rivers: an overview of the Ardières- Morcille experimental watershed (France). Hydrobiologia 657:123-141.
  • PASCAULT, N., ROUX, S., ARTIGAS, J., PESCE, S., LELOUP, J., TADONLEKE, R.D., DEBROAS, D., BOUCHEZ, A., HUMBERT, J.F. - 2014. A high-throughput sequencing ecotoxicology study of freshwater bacterial communities and their responses to tebuconazole. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, vol. 90, n° 3, p. 563-574.
  • PESCE, S., BOUCHEZ, A., MONTUELLE, B. - 2011. Effects of organic herbicides on phototrophic microbial communities in freshwater ecosystems. Withacre. Rev Environ Contam Toxicol 214:87-124.
  • PESCE S., MARGOUM C., FOULQUIER A. 2016. Pollution-induced community tolerance for in situ assessment of recovery in river microbial communities following the ban of the herbicide diuron. Agric Ecosyst Environ 173:120-131.
  • PESCE S., MARGOUM C., ROUARD N., FOULQUIER A., MARTIN LAURENT F. 2013. Freshwater sediment pesticide biodegradation potential as an ecological indicator of microbial recovery following a decrease in chronic pesticide exposure: A case study with the herbicide diuron. Ecol Indic 29:18-25.
  • PESCE S., MORIN S., LISSALDE S., MONTUELLE B., MAZZELLA N. 2011. Combining polar organic chemical integrative samplers (POCIS) with toxicity testing to evaluate pesticide mixture effects on natural phototrophic biofilms. Environ Pollut 159(3):735-741.
  • PEYRARD, X., LIGER, L., GUILLEMAIN, C., GOUY, V. - 2016. A trench study to assess transfer of pesticides in subsurface lateral flow for a soil with contrasting texture on a sloping vineyard in Beaujolais. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 23, n° 1, p. 14-22.
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  • RABIET, M., COQUERY, M., CARLUER, N., GAHOU, J., GOUY, V. - 2015. Transfer of metal(loid)s in a small vineyard catchment: contribution of dissolved and particulate fractions in river for contrasted hydrological conditions. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 22, n° 23, p. 19224-19239.
  • ROUBEIX V., PESCE S., MAZZELLA N., COSTE M., DELMAS F. 2012. Variations in periphytic diatom tolerance to agricultural pesticides in a contaminated river: An analysis at different diversity levels. Fres Environ Bull 21(8):2090-2094.
  • XUEREB B., CHAUMOT A., MONS R., GARRIC J., GEFFARD O. 2009. Acetylcholinesterase activity in Gammarus fossarum (Crustacea Amphipoda): Intrinsic variability, reference levels, and a reliable tool for field surveys. Aquat Toxicol93:225-233.




  • Cholet C, Charlier J-B, Moussa R, Steinmann M, Denimal S. 2016. Framework for assessing lateral flows and fluxes during floods in a conduit-flow dominated karst system using an inverse diffusive model. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss. 1–30. doi:10.5194/hess-2016-565
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  • Coeurdassier M, Berny P, Couval G, Decors A, Jacquot M, Queffélec S, Quintaine T, Giraudoux P. 2014. Effets non intentionnels de la lutte chimique contre le campagnol terrestre sur la faune sauvage et domestique. Fourrages 220 :327-336.
  • Coeurdassier M, Riols R, Decors A, Mionnet A, David F, Quintaine T, Truchetet D, Scheifler R, Giraudoux P. 2014. Unintentional wildlife poisoning and proposals for sustainable management of rodents. Conserv Biol. 28:315-321.
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  • Jacquot M, Coeurdassier M, Couval G, Renaude R, Pleydell D, Truchetet D, Raoul F, Giraudoux P. 2013. Using long-term monitoring of red fox populations to assess changes in rodent control practices. J Appl Ecol 50:1406-1414.
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Hohrain-Rouffach :


  • Elsner M., Imfeld G. 2016. Compound-specific Isotope Analysis (CSIA) of Micropollutants in the Environment - Current Developments and Future Challenges. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 41:60-72.
  • Babcsányi I., Chabaux F., Granet M., Meite F., Payraudeau S., Duplay J., Imfeld G., 2016. Copper in soil fractions and runoff in a vineyard catchment: insights from copper stable isotopes Science of the Total Environment 557-558:154-162.
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